1970 Plymouth Superbird 426 Hemi
One of the "Aero Warriors" created to rule the stock car racing scene during the
muscle car era was the Plymouth Superbird. Its enormous rear spoiler and nose
cones immediately identify it as a Dodge Charger Daytona sister.
Plymouth was compelled to construct a significant quantity of the Superbirds—1.970 units, to be exact—due
to homologation restrictions. Only 93 of the 1,970 Superbirds produced with the 425 horsepower Hemi 426 engine.