1970 Plymouth Cuda 440 6 pak. A REAL V-CODE 440-6V car with Hurst
Pistol Grip shifter, and performance clutch, manual 4-speed manual
transmission with 3.55-geared Dana rear end. To add to this cars
drivability it has front discs, and power steering. Sedate?....Not
hardly with that High Impact Sublime paint and black Hockey stripe
complete with Argent shaker hood and rear spoiler. Inside is a
beautiful black bucket-seat interior that features the performance
Ralley dash with wood-grain trim, 150 MPH speedometer showing 6700
miles since being restored, factory 8000 RPM Tach, clock, and AM
push button radio. Detailed painted trunk with space saver spare
and mat. This car rides on chrysler 15 inch road wheels and BF
Goodrich radial tires, a fitting end to the serious possibilities
this car offers over the road. Plymouth's Scat Pack had a true
reputation, and this gorgeous Sublime and black example is a
popular, desirable combination. Restored 440 engine with Edelbrock
intake, 3 Holley carbs (recently rebuilt) and stock valve covers,
4-speed transmission, 3.55 Dana rear end, manual brakes with front
discs, shaker hood. Dressed in Sublime with Black Hockey-stripe.
Immaculate Black bucket seat interior Correct and Groovy Hurst
Pistol Grip shifter. The rare V code tripower car will gather
thumbs up and smiles wherever you go! Please feel to contact one of
us online or over the phone at 319-366-7600 at your convenience for
more information about purchasing this terrific Cuda!
1970 Plymouth Cuda
Location:Cedar Rapids, Iowa
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