Ok, so the title may be a little bit deceptive, but I need a place to put a build thread to keep me motivated. This is a hemi superbird, but it's a clone, and it's no restoration! I love the superbirds, but the stock look just leaves a ton to be desired in my eyes. This will be a little different and the purists will puke, but hey, whatever. Here's what I have in mind.... All black, street legal, 1970 Plymouth Superbird All aluminum hemi - cubic inches yet to be determined All steel with the exception of the hood and a few repop pieces. Two Precision turbo chargers and EFI Power windows Air Conditioning Killer tunes Alterktion coil over front Leaf spring rear - caltracs and monoleafs SFI 25.3 chromoly chassis (I will leave off the funny car cage until we reach those speeds and ET) The intent is to use this for Drag Week, the Maxton mile and street cruising. It will be slammed on the ground with big drag radials and double beadlock Champion wheels. I've been planning it in my head for ten years but couldn't bear the thought of cutting up my other 70RR to do it. I'm deep into it now since I found another victim to slaughter! I'll start the write up later this weekend. - - - Updated - - - The "victim"....when I went to get it. This car looks so much better here than it really is. What you don't see is the fact that there's no passenger quarter panel, trunk floor, and not much left of the rear frame rails. It came with a bunch of AMD metal and I bought it so cheap that I almost felt guilty. I sold off the AG hood, trunk lid and few other pieces that I won't use. The car was just a shell and not much else came with the car, save for the numbers matching block. It's a B5 blue, 383 auto car with a full fender tag.