One-of-a-kind 1970 Plymouth Superbird discovered in most spectacular barn find

  • The Plymouth Superbird could be the most legendary muscle car ever
  • Currently, the car’s condition isn’t the best
  • The Superbird was originally designed to dominate NASCAR

Published on May 31, 2024 at 4:30 PM (UTC+4)
by Daksh Chaudhary

Last updated on May 31, 2024 at 4:30 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Kate Bain

The Plymouth Superbird could easily be the most legendary muscle car ever.

One of these beauties was discovered in a barn in Texas.

This could be the coolest car finds for an automotive fan.

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It all began when Classic Car Cowboy, a Texas-based car dealer popular on Instagram, received a tip about the car’s existence hidden in a barn.

The car details were soon verified, and the dealer knew, this was something special.

What made this car special was its color.

While Rallye Red was a common color for other models of the car, the Plymouth Superbird was never known to have worn it.

After a detailed inspection, it was confirmed that the color was indeed original, making this already rare car even rarer.

No wonder Classic Car Cowboy fell in love with the car, and now his Instagram feed is packed with photos of this classic beauty.

Recently, the 2045 Plymouth Superbird EV Concept also created a buzz, proving the car remains popular even today.

Currently, the car’s condition isn’t at its best. However, the owner has big plans for it.

He plans to showcase the car at Carlisle Chrysler Nationals in July, after which it will go into a complete restoration.

Built in 1970, the Plymouth Superbird was designed to dominate NASCAR.

Thus, the car had the most powerful and latest V8 engine of its time, giving it a top speed of 185 mph.

It might not be as appealing as the fast cars of today like the Venom F5 Hypercar, but it was a powerhouse in its time.

It’s no surprise that even celebrities like John Cena own one of these rare gems.

As fascinating as the car itself, the car’s journey to a complete restoration would definitely be worth following.

So to keep yourself updated with its story, you can follow Classic Car Cowboy on Instagram.


Daksh Chaudhary

Meet Daksh: Not your typical pro, but definitely a pro at being fascinated by supercars, tech, and all things futuristic. When he's not nose-deep in work, catch him glued to anime screens or lost in the pages of a good book.