1971 Plymouth GTX 440
A 1971 440 Plymouth GTX I shot at Floyd Garrett Muscle Car Museum...Very Nice Car...check it out!!
132150 / 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/8y958q5 If you're looking for an investment-grade T/A, there aren't many nicer than this one. With 100% matching numbers, a ton of options, and a top-flight restoration, there are no excuses. The bodywork is first rate, the fiberglass hood fits better than they ever did when they were new, and all the decals are exact reproductions. The matching numbers engine is rebuilt and all the details are correct, including the dual groove alternator pulley and heavy duty cooling system. Underneath, it's highly detailed with inspection markings duplicated throughout. With prices on big block Challengers moving out of sight, expect these to be the next big thing in the Mopar world. Buy now and enjoy the ride.
1958 Plymouth Fury Commercial - "Plymouth Stays Young"
High endurance test. From Los Angeles to Miami 58,000 miles....not quite sure how this "science" proves that the Plymouth stays young? That brake test......I like how they measure the distance the car went further...but they weren't actually side by side when the brakes were applied...
132165 / 1970 Plymouth HEMI Superbird
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/6t2flsp You already know RK Motors Charlotte is Winged Warrior Central in the past three years, we've had more than a few of these, including our spectacular restored HEMI Daytona that set several price records when it sold earlier this year. Well, here's the follow-up: a gorgeous HEMI Superbird with just 16,905 original miles, a beautifully preserved Chrysler Corporation broadcast sheet, and a 100% original interior. It has been featured on TV shows, in calendars, books and magazines, and headlined a big-name auction. Our restored car was undoubtedly the nicest in the world, but this one is something else entirely. By now, everyone knows the Superbird story, so I'm not going to go into details about the reasons these amazing cars were built. But when a car is outlawed from NASCAR racing because it's too fast, you know you've done something right. Too radical for most buyers when they were new, today they're highly-sought collectibles that live at the top of the Mopar food chain. As I mentioned earlier, this car is very nicely documented with a gorgeous Chrysler Corporation broadcast sheet that came from behind the back seat. It also has a certificate of authenticity verifying its matching numbers status, original owners manuals, and a stack of photos from the engine detail session that show all the relevant stampings and casting numbers. This car also took second in its class at the 1990 Mopar Nationals, and there's a judging sheet included, although it's important to note that the 2nd place was awarded before all the detailing was done, so the car would likely score much higher today. Finally, there's a copy of the reference book on Superbirds, which features this car extensively as a benchmark for authenticity. Look at the relevant details again HEMI Superbird with just 16,905 original miles. Well documented, this car can be shown at the highest levels with confidence. A lot of so-called experts claim the Hemi market is in decline, but our sales record suggests otherwise. Offered at about half the price of the restored Daytona we sold a few months ago, this one could almost be considered a bargain. If you're a fan of these cars, your collection isn't complete without a HEMI Superbird. Call today!