Sunday, July 31, 2011
Cars in the Park, Plymouth Muscle Cars, July 2, 2011
Plymouth Road Runner Superbird
1970 Plymouth Superbird. The facts from the sign beside the car: 34,000 miles. Options: Six Pack, 4-speed, Rally dash, bucket seats, Rally Wheels. One of 1,920 built to meet NASCAR criteria of two cars per dealership. Body modifications: nose pierce, rear roofline rear wing, air ducts on front fender.
1970 Plymouth GTX 410 4 barrel. Other facts: pistol grip 4 speed w/console; Track Pak (Dana 3.54); air grabber fresh air hood, hood-mounted turn signal indicators, lime light green paint, Performance Hood Paint, white side stripes, chrome exhaust tips.
Plymouth Road Runner Convertible, I didn't get the year. The article lists the Road Runner as a muscle car.
1973 Plymouth Barracuda. I have forgotten the exact name of the color of this one, but it seems like it was candy wineberry red, something like that anyway. It sure looks good.
1964 Plymouth Sport Fury, 426 HEMI Engine, 4 Barrel Carburetor, 4 Speed 3.54 Gears, Dana 60 Rear.
Interior and dash.
The front end. By the way, the Plymouth Sport Fury is listed in the Wikipedia muscle car article as a muscle car with this particular engine.
1963 Plymouth Belvedere
The shiny black paint reflects the pavement very well.
See the push buttons on the dash? It's a push button automatic transmission. In the Wikipedia muscle car article, several years of the Belvedere 426S are listed as muscle cars but not the 1963.