By John Coyle
So which company built the wildest muscle car the world has ever seen? Among gearheads who can actually see the answer couldn’t be clearer—and it’s Plymouth.
Is there even any competition here? Seriously, Plymouth made the Superbird! This worked over Roadrunner was designed with NASCAR in mind and its subtle aerodynamic elements—gigantic wing, beefy nose cone—made it a fierce contender on the speedways and speedways of yore. As any MOPAR fan knows, it was such a success that it was paid what’s perhaps racing’s ultimate compliment—it was banned from competition.
While original examples fetch somewhere north of “wow-are-you-actually-serious-I-thought-you-were-joking,” this tripped-out wallpaper is free to enjoy. So click on the image for a giant, sans-logo version that’ll make your desktop green and mean!
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