All 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona's did not have vinyl roof's, while all Plymouth Road Runner Superbirds had a vinyl roof...they were in a hurry and very concerned about expenses...to have the vehicles ready for the showrooms and to qualify for the racing season. (The Daytona had more development time...hence the properly filled in rear window plug.) The vinyl roof covered up the unsightly area where the revised rear window "cap or "plug" fit the body, and it saved the Plymouth Division the expense of filling and finishing the seams. The only vinyl roof color available on the car was Black (sales code V1X). The instrument panel has revisions between 1969 and 1970, and is not the same as the Daytona. I'm not going to list all of the sales codes that had to be used to order the basic car (why...we are talking about model cars?!), but will list a few thing that were NOT available on these cars. They are: rear seat speaker or speakers, Airtemp Air Conditioning, "Air Grabber "cold air induction package, Sill Moldings, Light Package, Rear Window Defogger, Performance Hood Stripes, Headlamp Delay, Basic Group, Sure Grip Differential, Axle package, Trailer Towing Package. (Only the "Performance Axle Package" on Torqueflite vehicles, or "Track Pak" on 4-Speed vehicles was available in place of the above mentioned Axle Package). Seat availability was limited to black or white bench or bucket seats. Exterior colors WERE RESTRICTED to the following colors only: "Blue Fire Metallic" code B5, "Lime Lite" code J5, Vitamin "C" Orange Metallic code K2, Tor-Red Metallic" code V2, "Alpine White "code W1, "Lemon Twist" code Y1, "Corporate Blue" (not referred to as "Petty Blue" in the literature) code 999. It is reported that a few were painted "Burnt Orange Metallic" code K3, as well. Concering the pinkish color your are mentioning....Plymouth called it "Moulin Rouge" code M3, and it is of a red-pink hue. Only the Dodge Division named it "Panther Pink", same color code. This color was not available on the Superbird, and no records exist that any were built. (It was a 1970 only color, as well.) In my experience with the Testors 2 part "Panther Pink" paint it is NOT a good match to the actual factory color. (strange, as many of there colors are good matches.) I've found "MCW" (Model Car World) color to be a much better match. The information I've presented here has been obtained from my own collection of Chrysler Corp. factory reference material...the 1970 Road Runner Superbird sales folder (that was for dealership use only and not for public release), the 1970 Chrysler-Plymouth Sales Ordering Guide, the 1970 Color and Trim Selector, and the PPG/MCW Automotive Paint Reference Guide. No information was obtained from modern day aftermarket magazines and such (too many errors!
) As far as the model kits go, Jo-Han offered an excellent kit of the Superbird in 1970 as well, and it had been re-issued a few times. I've seen them on "Evil-Bay" and at various Toy/Model Shows and internet hobby stores. Keith Marks offers two excellent decals sets for these various kits too. Sorry this is so long winded...hope this helps you!