Product description Plymouth Superbird "No.2" DIGITAL 132 Muscle Car, original Chrysler license 1:32 scale from 8 years Huge rear wing and aerodynamic front
The Plymouth Superbird was developed in the 70s with its aerodynamic
, extended rear wing and streamlined front for the US stock car racing series. After an impressive test drive, driver Norm Nelson absolutely had to have a Superbird to participate in the USAC championship - the improvement over the regular Road Runner was too striking. Fortunately, Richard "The King" Petty's racing team changed car types, the car changed hands and Nelson competed in a "royal used car" for the remainder of the 1971 season.
A real eye-catcher for the Carrera track
Also on the Carrera racetrack, the Plymouth Superbird "No.2" is now on the starting line in 1:32 scale in its popular Petty blue with white highlights. With start number 2, he is just waiting to climb the podium. With Carrera, the vehicle can be individually coded, digitally controlled and can also be used analogously. Can the muscle car prevail against the other speedsters and win the race?