Matching Numbers, Build Sheet, Professional Nut & Bolt Restoration
Produced for one year only, the Superbird was developed for Richard Petty to drive in the NASCAR racing series. Petty became a multiple NASCAR winner in the Superbird. The 1969 Daytona and 1970 Superbird were the first stock cars to be modified aerodynamically. Their success was such that NASCAR banned them for the 1971 season. NASCAR officials were concerned with their dangerously high speeds as well as the huge wing and nose cone. The ban brought an end to the production of the Plymouth Superbird after just 1,920 were made.
Numbers Matching with Build Sheet and a stack of documents, service and repair receipts back to 1970
One Owner from 1971 to 2000
Decoded by Mopar Authority Galin Govier
Tor-Red with optional upgraded Black interior and rare 8 Track Player
Both jacks and original spare
440/375hp Commando Automatic
Complete Professional Nut and Bolt Restoration in 2014
No rust, no bondo
Winged Warrior/DSAC Member
Number 1184 in NASCAR Program
Sold New at Bullock Motor Company – Pocatello, ID
Spent most of its life in California and Washington State
Driven 300 - 500 miles every season with no issues.
Multiple trophy winner
Perfect car for any collection or just to drive.