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Plymouth : Other Hemi Cuda

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Plymouth : Other Hemi Cuda for sale

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1971 Plymouth 2dr Hemi Cuda (803) 283-7289 Odometer: 85196 Engine: Hemi 426ci/425hp V8 Body Style: Coupe Transmission: 4-Speed Manual w/Pistol grip Exterior Color: Dark Blue Metalic Interior Color: White Doors: 2 Drivetrain: RWD Stock #: C600 Vin:BS23R1B215723

Paramount Classic Cars

3030 Falling Creek RD
Hickory. NC 28601
Contact: Kennith Stewart
Phone: (803) 283-7289
Email: kstewart@paramountauto. com


This Hemi Cuda is presented in Dark Blue Metallic with a White HEMI Tape. It has White interior with black carpet and A62 Rally Instrument Cluster. 13 Front Shoulder Belts. 85 Tachometer. High Vinyl Bucket seats. The R code 426 HEMI 425HP has 2 4 barrel carburetors. It produced 424hp @5000rpms and 490ft lbs. of torque@4000rpms and is backed by a D21 coded Heavy Duty 4-Speed Manual Transmission with Hurst pistol grip shifter. Other options when it came from the factory were 000 Upper Door Frame: Full Door Panel. V1W Roof Type OR Color Full Vinyl Top White. B41 Power Front Disc Brakes. G37 Left Hand Remote. Right Hand Manual Chrome Mirrors. J45 Hood Tie Down Pins. L34 Road Lamps. M21 Roof Drip Rail Moldings. M25 Wide Sill Molding. M31 Belt & Hood Molding. M88 Quarter Panel HEMI Tape Treatment. N41 Duel Exhaust. 42 Chrome Duel Exhaust Tips. 96 Fresh Air SHAKER Hood. Space saving tire. trunk mat. Goodyear Ploy Glas GT F60-15 Tires. Teak wood steering wheel. This HEMI CUDA has been restored with no expense sparred. Here is a brief history of the HEMI: History of the 1970-1974 Plymouth Barracuda-The third generation Barracudas were based on cut-down intermediate bodies which had wider engine compartments fully capable of taking the tall deck big-block and Hemi engines. and the opportunity was immediately utilized for the new 1970 cars. All you need do is look at the Scottsdale. Arizona auction results for the last few years. and hone into the Hemi engine and Barracuda cuda combination. and you’ll see that Chrysler finally hit the sweet spot. just in time for the market to melt away like an ice rink on a hot. sunny April day. AAR Cudas for 1970. are highly prized (about 1500 built). given their high-RPM capable. large bore/short stroke. six-pack carbureted. 340 cubic inch small block. 290hp engines and phenomenal handling capabilities (given the limitations of the era. of course). This era of car was built in convertible and hardtops with fastbacks thrown into the dust of history. ironic since Barracuda was first with a sporty car fastback. 440 tall-deck. big block Chrysler V8 could be had. 426 Hemi tall-deck. massive head. big block Chrysler V8 could be had. and increased power 383’s could be had as well as 340. 318 and even sixes. 1970. 1971 and 1972 buyers could even opt for a Barracuda Gran Coupe with added luxury. While true muscle cars started to wither on the vine in the early 1970’s. pony cars held out awhile longer. but given the emasculation of the engines from increasingly strangulating and crude anti-pollution devices. there seemed to be less and less point to these cars as more and more buyers instead flocked to smaller. lighter. sportier cars. Pretty much similar to what the Barracuda started out as. ironically. It’s ironic that Barracuda would surely have had more success had it been sold as Gen II first. Gen III next and something more akin to Gen I to follow! By 1973. power was massively down and big blocks not even available in the Barracuda any longer. and by 1974. the largest V8 was the 360 family sedan engine with a mere 245 hp. The once powerful slant six was so neutered that it had been discontinued from the line. but it mattered little since so few buyers lined up for Barracudas in the twilight year of production. Of course. the early third generation cars are highly collectible and desirable. especially in Hemi convertible form. 440 or Hemi form in any description. and 340 six-pack form. Hagerty's has these cars valued at $585. 0 in number 1 condition as of September 2014 and $455. 00 in number 2 condition. The average price for a HEMI Cuda is $356. 30 according to Hagerty's price valuation guide. In our opinion this car is in number 1 condition. *DO NOT BID ON THIS VEHICLE UNLESS YOU PLAN ON PURCHASING IT. MAKE SURE YOUR BID AMOUNT IS CORRECT BEFORE SUBMITTING IT. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT IF YOU ARE THE HIGHEST BIDDER THAT MEETS RESERVE* IF YOU WANT TO KNOW THE RESERVE. JUST ASK. Please call Kennith Stewart for more information at 1-877-689-6930

Dealership Features Warranty Terms of Sale Disclaimer Vehicle Features 000 Upper Door Frame: Full Door Panel A62 Rallye Instrument Cluster Arm Rest w/ Storage B41 Front Disc Brakes Bucket Seats C13 Front Shoulder Belts D21 Heavy Duty 4-Speed Manual Transmission Dog Dish hub caps E74 426 Two-4 Barrel Hemi G37 Left Hand Remote- Right Hand Manual Chrome Mirrors GB7 Paint Code: Dark Blue Metallic GOODYEAR Ploy Glas F60-15 tires Hurst pistol grip shifter J45 Hood Tie Down Pins L34 Road Lamps 70-1 'Cuda M21 Roof Drip Rail Moldings M25 Wide Sill Molding M31 Belt & Hood Molding M88 Quater Panel HEMI Tape Treatment N41 Duel Exhaust Tips N42 Chrome Duel Exhaust Tips N96 Fresh Air SHAKER Hood R = 426 HEMI 425HP 2-4BBL 8 CYL space saver tire Tachometer V1W Roof Type OR Color: Full Vinyl Top - White Warranty

Unless otherwise noted. this vehicle is being offered as-is with no warranty expressed or implied. Please call for specific warranty details on this vehicle.


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The successful high bidder will required to submit a $500 non-refundable deposit within 48 hours of the close of the auction to secure the vehicle. Understanding that the vehicle will remain available for purchase until the deposit has been secured. Buyer agrees to pay remaining balance due (plus applicable fees and taxes) within 5 business days of the close of the auction. All financial transactions must be completed before delivery of the vehicle.

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