o E74 572 CI 4x2 2BBL
o J25 3-Speed Wipers
o D21 855 5-Speed
o J45 Hood Tie Down Pins
o B5 True Blue Metallic
o M25 Body Sil Moldings
o H6XW High Grade Vinyl Buckets
o M31 Body Belt Moldings
o V3W White Folding Top
o M88 Deck Molding Treatment
o A34 Super Trak Pak 4.10
o N41 Dual Exhaust
o A62 Rallye Instrument Cluster
o N42 Bright Exhaust Tips
o B51 Power Brakes
o N96 Fresh Air Hood
o B42 Front Disc, 11" Rear Drum
o P37 Power Convertible Top
o C55 Bucket Seats
o V6W White Billboards
o G37 LH Remote Racing Mirror
When you hear, "Hemi Cuda Convertible," that is enough to stop any
grown man in his tracks. They produced 14 Hemi Cuda Convertibles in
1970; factory built cars bring in excess of $2million dollars
regularly at auction. They are one of the rarest muscle cars on the
This car was originally a 1971 Barracuda Convertible. It's been
upgraded to 572ci HEMI which produces 750HP at the flywheel. Up
front is a complete Magnum Force suspension with manual rack and
pinion and Wilwood 11" disc brakes. Rear of the car is a Dana 60
with custom fabricated, triangulated 4-link coil over suspension,
and factory 11" drum brakes. Tying the convertible together
includes custom engineered rocker to cowl shock tower
reinforcements, full 2x3" subframe connectors that extend all the
way inside the rear frame rail up to the coilover mount, and
3/16ths laser cut door opening plates. This engine build on this
car was featured on TV.
This Hemi Cuda Convertible tribute car was built by the renown
Mopar shop "Apex Auto Restoration". The consignor wanted to build
this car properly by starting out with a factory convertible and a
manual transmission car. There are $282k in receipts in the build
of this car. It was debuted at the "Muscle Car & Corvette
Nationals" in 2017. Apex Auto Restoration continued to use this car
for marketing and shows through 2020. This is your chance to own a
car as close to the real one as you can for a fraction of the cost
and not with the stress that comes with owning one for over $2m.
With real Hemi Cuda Convertibles trading at $5m plus, own one you
can drive and that looks equally as cool.
This car comes with a sales invoice from 1971, all of the
restoration receipts, the purchase receipt of the donor car from
eBay. It has the engine receipts, dyno sheets. It was a Canadian
car from new.
1971 Plymouth Cuda
Exterior Color:B5 Blue
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