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ClassicsFire Damaged 1970 Road Runner Superbird Has $59K Valuation

22:15  02 august  2019
22:15  02 august  2019 Source:   motorious.com

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Fire Damaged 1970 Road Runner Superbird Has $59K Valuation
Fire Damaged 1970 Road Runner Superbird Has $59K Valuation
Fire Damaged 1970 Road Runner Superbird Has $59K Valuation
Fire Damaged 1970 Road Runner Superbird Has $59K Valuation
Fire Damaged 1970 Road Runner Superbird Has $59K Valuation
Fire Damaged 1970 Road Runner Superbird Has $59K Valuation
Fire Damaged 1970 Road Runner Superbird Has $59K Valuation
Fire Damaged 1970 Road Runner Superbird Has $59K Valuation
Fire Damaged 1970 Road Runner Superbird Has $59K Valuation

This was once a ‘hot’ Mopar, now it’s just well-done - would you pay big bucks for this burned up Superbird?

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The 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird is a high-grossing muscle car from the prime era of the genre - meaning, owning one today could be quite the investment. However, collectors looking to save some money up front, and don’t mind a massively involved restoration project, might want to check this unusual listing on Copart out. This particular example of the historically pricey Superbird has an estimated value of a mere $59,000, but there’s a huge catch.

How it became to be a car-becue, as well as any sort of ownership ship, is unknown. What is known is that, according to the tags and VIN number, this car war originally painted Blue Fire Metallic, and left the factory powered by the beefy 440 V8 engine with single 4bbl carburetor, and was backed by a manual 4-speed transmission. It sounds like it was pretty sweet when it was new, however, now the color is listed as “Burn” and “No” is listed as the engine type - which doesn’t seem so great. What it does come with is a manual transmission, and a set of keys.

Pristine Plum Crazy 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda Is A Jaw-Dropper

Pristine Plum Crazy 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda Is A Jaw-Dropper Go ahead, wipe that drool. We’ll wait. You may have to pinch yourself, because this purple ‘Cuda is the stuff of dreams. GT Motor Cars in Wallingford, Connecticut, is pleased to announce that this beauty is now for sale. There are two full binders of information on the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda you see here. This car was debuted at the Muscle Car & Corvette Nationals in 2018. It has all its original tags, build sheet, motor, and driveline. The icing on the cake may be its breathtaking Plum Crazy exterior paint, which is one of the most sought-after colors on a Chrysler.

More shocking than the charred, crushed, and rusted appearance is the starting bid of $25,000, and the valuation of $59,000, according to the listing. Either price is a little jolting since restoration of this car would essentially require replacing everything down to the floor pans, sheet metal, door tags, decals, and then there’s the matter of everything else that makes up the car that needs to be replaced. Essentially what’s happening here is, the person trying to unload the car is selling a VIN, and has extreme confidence in what someone will pay for the car.

That poses the question, could someone restore this car and come out cheaper than a near-perfect counterpart? Probably not. Will someone buy it for $25,000, or even $59,000? Stranger things have happened.

Low-Mileage 1970 Plymouth Superbird Is A Magnificent Mopar.
This is the holy grail for Mopar lovers! If a burned-up 1970 Plymouth Superbird is worth $59,000, how much is one of these winged warriors worth with just over 21,000 miles on the odometer? We'll find out in less than a month when The Vault starts an online auction for this time capsule Superbird that is in excellent, well-documented condition with amazingly low mileage. This car has been meticulously maintained, and its history has been inspected and certified by Galen Govier, a Mopar registry owner and VIN/fender tag expert.

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