The Bird is the Word: The Return of the Plymouth Superbird
Introducing the legendary muscle car is a sports car diner that has all the necessary modifications to make it even better than the original.
muscle cars It could be a funny thing. When we think it’s time for form, there’s a comeback as a legendary name once again graces our roads — or our screens. Today brings back a mostly courtesy badge from the exclusive HotCars show from Instagram artist Rostislav Prokop.
It’s instantly recognizable thanks to its iconic origin (and huge rear wing), but distinctive Plymouth The powerful 1970s Superbird is back with an all-new digital concept. We take a virtual tour to marvel at a re-imagining of a classic car to see what it would look like if it returned today to Restomod.
Restomod show dedicated to Plymouth Superbird
Restomods are divisive but in some cases essential for a classic car to live on. This show indicates that the Superbird can be revamped for the modern era With little impact on its design ethos and as such we think it’s cool.
In cool midnight blue, the sports car’s pop-up lights at the front, LEDs running below, and the hood scoop of any internal combustion engine blasting away in the car’s bowls. The obvious choice is the Hellcat’s 6.2-liter supercharged HEMI V8 that produces at least 707 horsepower. However, why not go hard and throw in the 1,000-horsepower Dodge Helvant cage engine?
Modern wheels and wider tires give the sleek car a modern look when in reverse. The original design shines through with rectangular headlights and dual tailpipes under the angular flat boot, while LED headlights bring that Plymouth Superbird Until now.
While the Plymouth Superbird is just a pipe dream at this point, it’s great to see artists coming up with ideas that go against auto industry standards.
About the original Plymouth Superbird
The idea of introducing this car comes from a real limited range muscle car called Plymouth Superbird – 1970 NASCAR special homologation That in itself follows a 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona.
Nowadays, the name Daytona is probably recognized as an appendix of Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Electric Concept, but back in the day, the Superbird was fast-moving. Available in a range of V8s, from two different 440 CI engines to the Holy Grail 426 HEMI V8, the Superbird can reach 425 horsepower and 490 pound-feet of torque.
How many NASCAR racers are on the road? The answer is debatable but more than 1,900 have gone into production. However, only about 135 received the impressive HEMI V8 under the hood.
Fast forward to today, these rare, valuable and amazing classic cars are interesting dinosaurs. They are icons from a golden age far away now but are back in the Restomod Show today.
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