Fast Lane Classic Cars just took in this incredible pair of Superbirds: one has been carefully restored and the other is all original.
It would appear that it's a seller's market for Plymouth Superbirds right now as we've seen several of these rare homologation racecars go up for sale or auction this summer. This trend doesn't seem to be slowing down as Fast Lane Classic Cars just took in two very different examples of the 1970 Plymouth Superbird.
Both Superbirds are numbers-matching cars with a 440 CID Six Pack V8 under the hood and a four-speed manual transmission, but the similarities between these two cars stops there.
The 1970 Plymouth Superbird shown above has been meticulously restored and photo documented along the way, and it wears one of Mopars most iconic colors: Tor-Red. Every nut and bolt of this has been gone through for perfection, and all you need to do is check out this car's undercarriage for proof of how detailed this restoration was. This car has been documented and certified, which was made easier thanks to the original build sheets still being with the car, and with its top condition comes a top price of $274,995.
If you're looking for more of an investment opportunity with a Superbird or if you just want an all-original example of this car, then the unrestored, Banana Yellow 1970 Plymouth Superbird is the way to go. This car is priced at $149,995, and everything on this car is exactly how it came from the dealership. Backing up its condition, this Superbird only had one owner between 1970 and 2018, and the 83,289 miles showing on the odometer is said to be actual original mileage.
If you're in the market for a 1970 Plymouth Superbird, now's your chance! Click HERE to make an offer on the restored Tor-Red Superbird or click HERE to make an offer on the all-original, Banana Yellow Superbird.
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