1970 Plymouth Superbird
The one-year-only Plymouth Superbird was the first car designed using a wind tunnel and computer analysis. Based on the Plymouth Road Runner, the Superbird featured a smoothed-out body, lengthened nose cone with pop-up headlights, and a massive rear wing, all in the pursuit of better aerodynamics.
In this video, Ed Dedick covers the history of our car and the model in general. Our Superbird is in a Lemon Twist exterior, with a Black Vinyl interior and a bench seat. The engine is the 440 six-barrel paired with the 727 Torqueflight automatic transmission. This is one of two Superbirds in the American Muscle Car Museum collection.