Finished in Sassy Grass Green with black 440 graphics, this
rotisserie-restored 'Cuda is powered by a 528ci V8 engine built by
NHRA Hall Of Famers Allyn and John Armstrong. Producing a
dyno-proven 814hp, the V8 is equipped with Indy Racing valve
covers, cylinder heads and valley plate. The engine breathes
through an Edelbrock Victor 440 intake and features machined Ray
Barton Racing Engines components. Additional features include an On
Trac billet aluminum oil pump, Moroso vacuum pump, CSI electric
water pump, one-wire alternator, electric fans, Holley Pro fuel
system, long-tube Hooker headers with H-pipe and Dynomax mufflers,
as well as an aluminum radiator. Drive is sent to the rear wheels
via a 727 automatic transmission and 8.75-inch rear differential.
The lowered 'Cuda rides on 15x12-inch Weld Racing Pro Star aluminum
wheels wrapped in monster Mickey Thomson rear tires in the rear and
15x8-inch wheels up front. The interior was completely restored
front to back, including a custom 6-point roll bar fitted to blend
into the classic interior. The underside is as nice as the top, and
the trunk is beautifully finished in the body color. Additional
features include subframe connectors, disc brakes and a stereo
system. The 'Cuda comes with a recent dyno sheet. ** PREVIEW
1970 Plymouth Cuda
Exterior Color:SASSY GRASS GREEN
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