This beautiful, 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda 340 comes with full documentation including the factory Window sticker, factory invoice, original Chrysler Corporation Broadcast Sheet, and the original warranty card, temporary registration certificate, consumer information sheet, IBM punch cards, purchase receipts, purchase security agreement and disclosure statement. Mostly original condition inside and out. Well-documented, all matching-numbers and never abused. It has 94,000 original miles from new and was a one-owner car up to 1987. It is powered by its original matching-numbers 340ci V8 engine, TorqueFlite automatic transmission, and factory air conditioning. It features column shifter, tinted glass, AM radio, remote chrome racing mirror, power steering, black vinyl roof and chromed road wheels with a standard-size spare. It was always garaged and not driven during winter months. One of 1,788 built.
Mopar fanatics will have much to cheer about as 30 vintage Hemis and at least 10 Dodge Vipers cross the block during Mecum’s Original Spring Classic auction held May 17-21.
Whenever Chrysler decides to assemble a purpose-built performer whose main mission is to kick asphalt and take names, the results are usually spectacular.
“One of the most coveted muscle cars of its time” is how Mecum Auctions describes the 1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda convertible that will play a starring role in next week’s “Daytime Auction” in Monterey, California.
Dream on, Hemi fanatics, because Mecum has a muscle car coming to auction that’s the stuff dreams are made of.
An exceptionally rare and original 1971 Plymouth Hemi ’Cuda 4-speed convertible soared to a record-breaking sale with a winning bid of $3.5 million Saturday at Mecum’s first Seattle auction.
Corvette museum’s race track offers laps for Drive Toward a Cure
Famed custom car from the 1950s and ’60s was suddenly hidden away for 50 years
The ultra-light open-wheel sports car is part of Leno’s collection