Using my vin can I find out what color my superbird originally was?

Asked by Sep 08, 2015 at 12:36 PM about the Plymouth Superbird

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a superbird that has no fender tag and I could not find a build sheet
inside. It has been repainted twice it looks like..with the last time totally black.
I would like to find out the original color if possible.

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what year?? read the link below please...Factory Exterior Colors First, let's discuss fender tags. The fender tag can be found on the driver's side inner fender on most models. Sometimes they will be attached to the radiator core support, cowl or A-pillar on older model cars. They are usually attached with machine screws or riveted in place. Alpine White Blue Fire Metallic Corporation (Petty) Blue Lemon Twist Yellow Limelight Green Tor Red Vitamin C Orange According to tha National B- Body Owners Association website, Superbird were only avaliable in 7 colors: Blue Fire Metallic EB5 Alpine White EW1 Vitamin "C" Orange EK2 Lemon Twist FY1 Lime Light FJ5 Tor-Red EV2 Corporate Blue 999 A few "Illegal" ' Birds were accidentally painted FK5 Burnt Amber, but those cars were repainted when they got to Clairepointe (where the noses were fitted). there is ONE Burnt Orange (often referred to as "rootbeer") 1970 Plymouth Superbird known to exist. It is in Big Daddys museum in Florida. >

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