Ultra Rare Factory 426 HEMI !!! “Win on Sunday, sell on Monday” was the philosophy of the big three manufacturers in the 1969, as the glory days of muscle cars and true stock car racing approached its pinnacle years. No car demonstrates a companies “at all costs” desire to win races than the over the top “Winged Warriors” from the MOPAR camp. The Plymouth Superbird and close cousin Dodge Daytona. For 1970, Plymouth produced fewer than 2,000 examples of the Superbird with a meager 135 delivered with a factory 426 HEMI engine . As per the window sticker still accompanying this beautiful HEMI, this car was ordered on behalf of Chrysler Motors Corp for one of their fortunate regional managers. Brought back to Baxter Chrysler Plymouth once its Corporate duties were fulfilled, the first official buyer of the Superbird traded in his 1967 Pontiac plus a grand total $3,465 and drove it home with a bill of sale dated November 18, 1970 which still remains with the car. The HEMI Superbird has since been restored to its factory correct colour of Tor-Red or HEMI Orange as it’s known to the Dodge folks, with a black vinyl roof and black vinyl interior. If there were such a thing as a subtle Superbird, this car with its transverse stripe delete option would have to be it! What truly makes this Superbird special is the factory equipped, numbers matching 426 HEMI engine; making this 1 of the only 135 produced. Also equipped with power steering, power disc brakes and an automatic transmission, this HEMI ‘Bird is a great driving example of a legend, one that would be equally at home on display as part of a large collection or rolling down the roads, turning the heads of enthusiast young and old. Whether it’s recognized as “The King” of racing or as a muscle car, it can’t help but be noticed . Price plus HST plus licensing fees. Legendary Motorcar Company specializes in classic and exotic vehicle acquisitions, sales, consignments, global sourcing, restorations and collection management since 1985. www.legendarymotorcar.com Follow us on Facebook ,Twitter, You Tube and Instagram. Tune in to Legendary Motorcar the TV show, Thursdays @9pm on BNN Business News Network.