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1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird Greg Maxwell Motors, Llc - Kerrville, TX

1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird Greg Maxwell Motors, Llc - Kerrville, TX

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About this Plymouth Road Runner

Condition Used
Transmission Automatic
Drivetrain -
Exterior Color
Alpine White
Interior Color
Black
Stock Number A165375
VIN Number -

Unrestored Believed to be the last Superbird sold In original dealer?s possession until 1985 Original broadcast sheet Original window sticker Original invoice Original bill of sale Believed to be 14350 actual miles Delivered to Brown Motor Sales in Grafton West Virginia Between 1970 and 1985 Brown Motor Sales was renamed George Motor Sales Inc. Featured in June 1989 Muscle Car Review Original U-code 440 CI engine 4-barrel carburetor Torqueflite automatic transmission A36 Performance Axle package Power steering Power brakes with front discs Original Alpine White paint Black interior and vinyl top Hood pins Solid State AM radio Copy of stock car eligibility certificateThere is an end to everything. For Plymouth it had taken a great deal of money and effort to get Richard Petty back in its brand for the 1970 Grand National season to the extent that the company actually met the increased homologation standards required by NASCAR to build an aerodynamically styled vehicle. Creating 1920 street versions of the Superbird was the result and a number of them remained in dealership stocks far after the model year concluded. Nonetheless the savviest franchises recognized exactly how special these cars were and a handful were deliberately tucked away for posterity. In fact the unrestored car shown here is thought to have been the final-ever Superbird sold as a ?new car? as it was titled for the first time ever in 1985. Originally delivered to Brown Motor Sales in Grafton West Virginia this vehicle was built with a U-code 440 Super Commando engine. Between 1970 and 1985 Brown Motor Sales was renamed George Motor Sales Inc. and after it changed hands it was featured in the June 1989 issue of ?Muscle Car Review? magazine. The driveline consists of the matching-numbers 440 4-barrel engine and A36 Performance Axle Package which features the A727 TorqueFlite 3.55:1 Sure Grip differential power front disc brakes and Hemi-type cooling and suspension parts. Inside the car features duo-tone vinyl covers on the fold-forward bench seats Solid State AM radio and 150 MPH speedometer. Now showing a believed-correct 14350 actual miles the provenance on this original-finish Alpine White car is impeccable. In addition to remaining in the original dealer?s possession until 1985 the car is accompanied with copious documentation