One Kansas dealership kept a ’Bird until 1989, selling the previously untitled car with 208 miles on the odometer;

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Delivered new to Sampson Motors in Junction City, Kansas, in December of 1969, and as we all know, no one could sell them, so in March of 1970 it was dealer transferred 90 miles away to Nemaha Motors in Seneca, Kansas.440, 727, 3.55 gearsThe Superbird’s odometer reads just 671 miles, and four-plus decades of indoor storage has been kind to the car. The original paint still carries a high gloss, and the original interior looks to be in showroom-fresh condition. The rear seat belts are still wrapped in plastic, and the factory-provided “Starting Tips” hang tag is even part of the sale. This may be the best-preserved and most original Plymouth SuperbirdAnd it's coming to auction  via