This 1971 Plymouth 'Cuda Resto-Mod is built for show and the
street. The 'Cuda received a comprehensive rotisserie restoration.
Under the hood is a monster 528ci V8 engine producing a dyno-proven
764hp and sending drive to the rear wheels thanks to a 3-speed
automatic transmission with posi-traction differential and 3.73
gears. Built by NHRA Hall of Famers Allyn and John Armstrong of
Maritime Motorsports, the engine is fitted with Indy Racing 572
cylinder heads, an Indy valley plate and intake, Moroso vacuum
pump, CSI electric water pump, one-wire alternator, electric fan,
Holley Pro fuel system, long-tube Hooker headers with H-pipe,
Dynomax mufflers and an aluminum radiator. The exterior is finished
in Top Banana Yellow and the 'Cuda sits on 15x12-inch Weld Racing
Pro Star Aluminum Wheels with Hoosier tires in the rear and
15x8-inch wheels up front. The interior was completely restored
front to back with a custom 6-point roll bar fitted to the restored
interior The underside is as nice as the top, with the trunk
beautifully finished in the Top Banana body color. Additional
features include subframe connectors, 4-wheel disc brakes and a
stereo system. The 'Cuda comes with a recent dyno sheet. Data tag
in place; started life as a real-deal 383ci engine 1971 'Cuda.
1971 Plymouth Cuda
Exterior Color:TOP BANANA
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