The listing to the right is a rough estimate and should
be considered accurate to within plus or minus 5 cars. Some of the cars were returned to Lynch Road for repairs and
then returned to Clairpointe. I did not try to allow for this movement. Also, there is a 1 car day in the middle
of the run. I believe this was a typo. As has been discussed, the NASCAR list has a number of potential errors
in it. I have not tried to incorporate any solutions to those errors in this data. This data is a straight forward
reflection of what is found in the list.
A great deal of data keeps surfacing. Someone recently
unearthed a number of documents relating to these cars. Please click on the link below for a look at the an internal
letter detailing the shipment of cars by region and sub-region.
www.superbird.com Ken R. Noffsinger Greg Kwiatkowski
I have not met either of these gentlemen in person but
they are known in the aero-car world and, as you will see from their website, have extensive knowledge of the history of these
would be very interesting if some corrolation between the "J numbers", quantity shipped per day and the quantity
shipped to a given region were to surface.
With 1850 as the quantity of cars assigned to US regions all we need to know is the
number of Superbirds built for export and we have another key piece of the puzzle. I am placing my bets on 75 export
cars and 10 "other" cars.