Search for 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner Superbird for Sale in USA » . This Classic is an unmolested vehicle and a rare find. It’s a Numbers Matching car with the 390 HP 440 6-Pack (3, 2 barrel carburetors) and is mated to its Torqueflite transmission and 3.55 Sure-Grip differential.
The Ultimate Road Runner for 1970 was the Superbird. This example is a rare (1 of 716), unrestored, original ‘survivor’ and is now available from an honored collector within the Mopar community. The numbers matching drivetrain starts off with the 390 HP 440 6-Pack (3, 2 barrel carburetors) and is mated to its Torqueflite transmission and 3.55 Sure-Grip differential. The original paint is Tor-Red and interior is black. This Superbird has power steering and power front disc brakes. Don’t let the pictures fool you, it runs and drives great with no issues and turns heads wherever it goes. The carburetors were swapped out about 6 months ago for new factory correct ones due to time stored. The originals come with the car and are in the trunk. Classic muscle cars » like this can be restored a dozen times but they are only original once. You can’t go wrong with adding this to your collection or starting one with a rare piece such as this truly iconic classic. Reasonable offers considered.
Motor Capacity: 440 Six-Pack V8
Registration Year: 01/1970
Power: 390 BHP (291 KW)
Model: Plymouth, Road Runner, Superbird
Body Type: Coupe
Gearbox Type: Automatic
Specific Location: Indiana