One of the best race car drivers in the USA, Dan Gurney was
recruited by Plymouth to field a team of Barracudas for the 1970
Trans Am season. The name for this venture was "All American
Racers" which led to his race car becoming the AAR. A limited
production run of AAR 'Cudas was released by Plymouth for
homologation, which featured the 340 CID small block V8 with a set
of three two-barrel Holley carburetors known as the "Six Pack."
This exceptionally original example has been signed by Dan Gurney
on several occasions, and has been lovingly preserved by one family
since 1972! Wearing its original "Sassy Grass Green" paint with
black vinyl decals, this Plymouth is an attention-grabbing treasure
of American automotive history. The vehicle includes impressively
comprehensive service and ownership records, books/publications,
and some spare parts.
340 cubic-inch V8 engine
3-speed automatic transmission
Holley "Six Pack" carburetors
Sassy Grass Green non-metallic paint
Black vinyl interior upholstery
Original paint, decals, and interior
Detailed maintenance/ownership records
Three owners since new (in family since 72)
Signed by Dan Gurney several times
Includes lots of books/memorabilia
Owners manual/factory literature
Trunk floor repaired recently
Battery replaced 10/2021
New weather stripping
Equipped with LoJack
Clean California title
1970 Plymouth Cuda
Location:Costa Mesa, California
Exterior Color:Sassy Grass Green
Interior Color:Black Vinyl
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