1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird to hit the auction block this month
1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird 04.11.2013 / RM Auctions
Expected to fetch between 400,000 and 500,000 USD
A beautifully restored 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird is programmed to reach the auction block later this month.
The “Winged Warrior” as the car is known was produced in a limited series of less than 2,000 units and this particular example is one of the 58 cars that came with a HEMI engine mated to an A-833 four-speed gearbox. It wears an Alpine White paintjob and was driven for just 16,360 miles (26,328 km), with only around 300 miles (482 km) made after 1974.
The car’s original price tag was 5,503.70 USD and came with a long list of optional goodies such as bucket seats, dual mirrors, tachometer, multiple exterior moldings and Rallye wheels. The vehicle was brought back to its original condition in Florida for the 2002 Mopar Nationals where it received the O.E. Silver certification.
It will be listed on November 21 by RM Auctions and is expected to fetch anywhere between 400,000 and 500,000 USD.
You can check out the car’s full history by visiting the source link below.