Saturday, May 30, 2009



SOLD FOR $78,300
Transmission: AUTO
Cylinders: V8
Engine Size: 383
Horsepower: 335

This 1971 Cuda comes with the numbers matching 383 engine with an automatic transmission, 2 fender tags of options, very rare factory plum crazy purple with white interior. Power steering, power brakes, rear defroster, and air conditioning. Beautifully restored, runs and drives fantastic. This Cuda has been decoded by Galen Govier and is in the Chrysler Registry. This is the only 1971 Cuda known to exist with these options. This car is a real one of a kind. Don't miss out on owning a real collector's dream.

1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Tribute

1971 Plymouth 'Cuda Convertible

383cid automatic with matching numbers, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning and painted grille. Very rare blue on blue car with blue rubber bumper. Very original 'Cuda convertible with Build Sheet and Fender Tag. Rare chance to own a 1 of 1 convertible. Very rare car.

1971 Plymouth 'Cuda

This 'Cuda was painstaking rotisserie restored with everything new, with a money-is-no-object attitude. Flawless body and paint. Stripped to bare metal. Completely rebuilt drivetrain including a 340 n.o.m., 4-speed and 8 3/4 rear. Very rare and most sought after Curious Yellow, GY3, with the rare N96 Shaker Hood option and originally a billboard car. 1 of only a few hundred. This car with these options is 1of only a handful known to exist. Do not miss your opportunity to own this rare collector's dream. You might never see another like it. Era correct 1971 340 motor.

1971 Plymouth 'Cuda Convertible HEMI Re-Creation

This 1971 HEMI 'Cuda re-creation was built for the 2006 Hot Rod Power Tour and was used by "Mopar Collection Guide" magazine to be their feature car entry for the '06 Power Tour by Rob Wolf. The car was featured on the cover and 5 full pages of the car's build from conception to final completion. The plan to be restored to a mild Resto-Rod makes the car show very nicely. Grundy Collector Car Insurance also chose it for their Mopar poster car and advertising campaign of fine collectibles they insure. The car was built by Dave Farro, owner of Totally Auto with over 4,000 man hours spent on the restoration work. **TITLED AS A 1970 PLYMOUTH**