Unique Panther Pink 1970 Plymouth Superbird Goes To Auction

Originally A Limelight Car, This Car Now Sports A Panther Pink Paint Job...

Revving up the anticipation for automotive enthusiasts, the forthcoming Mecum Kissimmee 2024 auction promises an electrifying spectacle with a standout star: a striking 1970 Plymouth Superbird. Set to cross the auction block without reserve on Friday, January 12th, 2024, this iconic Superbird is poised to captivate onlookers with its vibrant Panther Pink exterior and notable features that make it a standout among its elite peers.

1970 Plymouth Superbird in Panther Pink. (Mecum).

Boasting a noteworthy odometer reading of 44,797 miles, this particular Superbird holds the prestigious position of being No. 1,314 in the esteemed NASCAR Superbird Registry. The vehicle, initially adorned in FJ5 Limelight Green, underwent a dramatic transformation to wear the captivating Panther Pink hue, an exclusive color not originally available for Superbirds. Accompanied by a white vinyl top, this deviation from the standard factory offerings exudes a distinctive charm that is sure to draw attention.

1970 Plymouth Superbird in Panther Pink. (Mecum).

Underneath its bold exterior, this Superbird conceals a robust heart—a 7.2-liter (440 cubic-inch) 4-BBL V8 engine, delivering formidable power. Embracing its heritage, the car retains its aerodynamic profile and signature black vinyl top, concealing the streamlined rear window insert. Beyond its striking appearance, it packs a punch on the road with a 440 engine, mated to a floor-shifted automatic transmission, accompanied by power steering and front disc brakes for a seamless driving experience.

1970 Plymouth Superbird in Panther Pink. (Mecum).

Stepping inside, the interior flaunts an elegant transformation to white, complete with bucket seats, a fender tag-verified C16 console with a floor shifter, and the factory R11 AM radio. Elevating its allure, the upgraded dash hosts a Tic-Toc-Tach, enhancing both functionality and vintage appeal.

1970 Plymouth Superbird in Panther Pink. (Mecum).

This meticulously maintained Superbird proudly showcases its heritage with stock 15-inch Rallye wheels wrapped in Goodyear Eagle GT II 255/60-R15 tires, as specified on the build sheet. A broadcast sheet accompanies the vehicle, validating its as-built Code A13 Superbird details, solidifying its authenticity and provenance in the automotive world.

1970 Plymouth Superbird in Panther Pink. (Mecum).

Mecum’s esteemed experts estimate that this exceptional Superbird will command an impressive bidding range between $215,000 – $235,000 as it takes center stage at the Kissimmee auction. As it gears up to cross the auction block, this rare Panther Pink Plymouth Superbird promises not only a display of automotive excellence but also an opportunity for discerning collectors to own a piece of automotive history reimagined in a breathtaking hue.

Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only the Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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Moulin Rouge "FM3" paint code for Plymouth vehicles , Panther Pink for Dodge.

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