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1970 Plymouth Superbird Tribute

5.7L V8 6 speed Manual

For Sale $137,000 US

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Fort Lauderdale

  • Stock: #1448-FTL
  • Price: $137,000
  • Year/Make: 1970 Plymouth
  • Model: Superbird
  • Submodel/Trim: Tribute
  • Engine: 5.7L V8
  • Transmission: 6 speed Manual
  • Exterior Color: Limelight Green
  • Interior Color: Black
  • Mileage: 225 (undocumented)
  • Gears: 3.92
Additional Features
Air Conditioning Radial Tires Rally Wheels Seatbelts Tilt Steering Wheel Vinyl Interior
Additional Features
Air Conditioning Radial Tires Rally Wheels Seatbelts Tilt Steering Wheel Vinyl Interior
Gateway Classic Cars is excited to offer this Stunning 1970 Plymouth Satellite Superbird Tribute “Restomod" in our Ft Lauderdale Showroom. In the late 1960s, Dodge--Plymouth's cousin, was struggling to compete in NASCAR. Their standard Charger failed to perform well in races due to its large front grille opening that caused the car to have lots of drag and a rear design that created lift.

In 1969, Dodge decided to make some major changes to the Charger to compete with others on the track. Dodge redesigned the Charger, adding a tall wing on the car's rear and a new nose cone to improve the car's aerodynamics. This new design was packaged and sold as the Dodge Charger Daytona. These new design changes paid off almost instantly. When the vehicle first debuted at the Talledega 500, it took home first place. Alongside winning the Talledega 500, the Dodge Daytona set a NASCAR record, as it was the first vehicle to hit a speed over 200 miles per hour.

Consequently, Plymouth created the Superbird. The two biggest reasons was to give its own spin on the Dodge Charger Daytona and to lure Richard Petty back to Plymouth. Both of these factors played a crucial role in the vehicle's creation and inspired the car's iconic aerodynamic design. The Plymouth Superbird was a heavily modified version of the Plymouth Road Runner and made to perform on the race track. While Plymouth only produced the Superbird for the 1970 model year, this tuned-up vehicle made its mark on automotive history winning many NASCAR races before new rules forced it out of the sport. Like the Dodge Daytona, the vehicle is most recognizable for its tall rear wings and aerodynamic front nose cones.

You can be part of all this history by owning our Gorgeous 1970 Plymouth Superbird Tribute in our Ft Lauderdale Showroom. Indeed, while the “Lime Light" color exterior and the original looking Black and Silver interior makes this classic look stock, underneath it's Restomoded-out having a Powerful Gen III 2016 Hemi 465 HP V8 Engine under the hood..and a six-speed Tremec Double Overdrive Transmission (with a “Pistol-Grip" Stick Shift) right behind--making it out-perform the original Superbird by leaps and bounds. Furthermore, this beast has been upgraded with Wilwood disc brakes on all four wheels and has the upgraded Control Freak Suspension. Other upgrades and options include, but are not limited to: New Ice-Cold Air Conditioning, Dakota Instruments Gauge Package, New Interior, Wood Rimmed Sports Steering Wheel on a Tilt Column, Optima Yellow Top Battery, Aluminum Radiator, Viking Adjustable Shocks, Cal-Trac Bars, Competition Fame Connectors, Rack and Pinion Steering, 3:92 True Trak Rear, Posi Traction, TTI Headers, Stainless Steel Exhaust with Flow Masters and more!

You can view this Beautiful 1970 Plymouth Satellite Superbird Tribute in greater detail, including HD pictures and a HD video of it running and driving at gatewayclassiccars.com If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it, please call (954) 227-4202 or email us at or come to our showroom located 4020 NW 126th Ave Suite 108, Coral Springs Fl 33065

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