1973 Plymouth Cuda 383 V-8!
This is a true Cuda with the VIN starting with the letters BS.
This car turns heads everywhere and is a superb investment!
Freshly rebuilt 383 V-8 with just over 100 miles since rebuild (have receipts). The motor was down by a professional speed shop in the area. A lot of time and money has been put into this car. The auto trans shifts nicely though all gears. Suspension is tight and the car handles well. Great sounding dual exhaust . Has Front disc brakes and power steering. New electronic ignition system and distributor.
The exterior is in nice shape. Paint is approx 4 years old and has good shine and finish. The underside and trunk are solid. Clean chrome etc.
This car will catch a lot of attention at your local car show and cruise nights!
The interior is in nice shape with new seat covers and carpeting. Excellent dash and door panels.
Start enjoying your investment today!
Serious buyers are encouraged to leave a deposit. Remember the old saying “ A car that you looked at today and are thinking about buying tomorrow someone looked at yesterday and will buy today!”
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