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This Unrestored 1970 Plymouth Superbird Only Has 5,200 Miles And Could Go For $250,000:

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This Unrestored 1970 Plymouth Superbird Only Has 5,200 Miles And Could Go For $250,000:​

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The 1970 Plymouth Superbird along with the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona, dominated the top-tier series of National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) during the 1970 season. The modified version of the popular Plymouth Road Runner was designed to be a follow up to its corporate sibling the Charger Daytona to take on the aerodynamic entries from the Ford Motor Company (Ford Torino Talladega and Mercury Cyclone) creating the “aero war” era of stock car racing. Many say, that Plymouth specifically built the Superbird to win back NASCAR legend Richard Petty back to the brand after he jumped to Ford mid-season due to poor performance against the competition at Ford.

 
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