1970 Plymouth Superbird. Outrageous and extreme, this 'aero warrior' was designed to dominate NASCAR. Regulations required 1,920 road cars to be built for the Superbird to be raced, and are highly sought after today.
The Plymouth Superbird's styling may have been too extreme for the time of its release in the 1970s, but it eventually caught on and became a collector's car. Fun Fact: the Superbird's horn imitated the call of the Road Runner cartoon character.
Nascar banned the Superbird, Daytona, and all the other aerodynamic cars for the 1971 season. NASCAR officials were concerned with the dangerously high speeds as well the huge wing and nose cone as the cars didn’t look much like a stock car. The ban brought an end to the production of the Plymouth Superbird.