Believe it or not; despite their massive desirability, there are still quite a few Plymouth Superbirds and Dodge Daytona Chargers lurking in the shadows. These cars are sitting in barns, backyards and sometimes, right in front of your eyes. There are stories of a number of these winged warriors running around back in the day wearing stock Road Runner front ends; a disguise of sorts. In some cases, when these cars were fairly new and had front end bump ups, regular Road Runner front ends were installed rather than the famous nose cone. Some dealers even installed 1970 Road Runner front ends onto brand new Superbirds hoping they’d sell easier.

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