Someone, save it.
Unfortunately, we’re looking at garbage. The superbird was such a high-priced, low-class muscle car that they sat on the lots and, years later, were usually sold off to whoever was willing to take them for cheap. This means there’s this amazing aftermarket of modifying what is supposed to be a fast car into things like a Superbird RV
One of 6 ever built, a 1934 Texaco Diamond T Doodlebug tanker truck. The Diamond T Doodlebug’s body was made by Heil Co. None are known to exist today. Colorized image
What’s interesting about this is that in the same era REO had the “Speed tanker” which was designed to quickly deliver fuel to aircraft. I wonder if there was a need for streamlined tankers at the time.