1970 Plymouth Superbird 1:18

1970 Plymouth Superbird made by ERTL for Diecast Collectibles in Yellow with a black interior. Model features opening hood, doors, and trunk, 426 Hemi engine, wired and plumbed engine compartment, factory Rallye wheels, personalized black California license plate, serialized chasis, bucket seats, black vinyl roof, Goodyear white letter tires, "Pistol Grip" shifter, spare tire in the trunk, window molding trim, and Roadrunner graphics. 1 of 1998!

From Diecast Collectibles: The 1970 Plymouth 426 Hemi Superbird was one of the wildest muscle cars ever built! Conceived to dominate on the NASCAR circuit and developed in the wind tunnel, the outrageous Superbird was produced for only one year. NASCAR Homologation rules stated that at least one production car must be built for each dealer. Plymouth was going racing with this car, so they built one Superbird for each of their 1920 dealers. Of the 1920, only 93 Superbirds came equipped with the most famous and feared muscle car engine of all time--the 426 Hemi.

The one-two punch of advanced aerodynamics backed up by Hemi power was a combination that was a dominant force in NASCAR. Along with it’s cousin, the Dodge Daytona, the “winged warriors” won over 45% of the NASCAR races they competed in, including the 1970 Daytona 500. In response to their dominance, NASCAR rule changes in 1971 effectively outlawed the Superbird.