This 1971 Plymouth HEMI 'Cuda is powered by its original
matching-numbers 426ci HEMI engine mated to a 4-speed manual
transmission. As the muscle car era wound down, 1971 would be the
last year the HEMI 'Cuda would be produced, and only 59 HEMI 'Cuda
coupes left the factory with the 4-speed manual transmission for
the 1971 model year. Produced on November 19, 1970, this highly
optioned car is a one-of-one built in its configuration and is
painted in its original and correct GY3 Curious Yellow with Black
Billboard stripes. This HEMI 'Cuda was ordered with a long list of
desirable options that include the 426ci HEMI V8 engine, 4-speed
manual transmission, power brakes, bucket seats, variable-speed
wipers, hood tie-down pins, roof drip rail moldings, wide sill
moldings, belt and hood moldings, fresh-air hood, Music Master AM
radio, black sports stripes and 26-inch radiator. This car has had
a complete rotisserie restoration using original and NOS parts. The
original matching-numbers engine has been visually inspected and
documented by Galen Govier, and this 'Cuda is also listed in the
Galen Govier Chrysler Registry. Additionally, this car has been
featured on the cover of Hot Rod magazine.
1971 Plymouth Barracuda
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