1970 Plymouth Cuda This is a true big block 'Cuda. Build sheet,
fender tag, door tag, core support numbers, and cowl numbers all
match. Most ownership history from new. Completely documented build
with a folder of receipts thicker than the good book. 200 pictures
available of any thing you would like to see.This was a 383
automatic on the column bench seat dark green metallic car
originally. ALL components of this car were totally disassembled
and re-manufactured. NO expense was spared. A date correct 440 HP
block with steel crank was used (factory six pack rods were
retained for strength) that was still standard bore with # matching
4 speed Carter 800 cfm AVS (4737S dated A0) and intake. It is bored
now .030 over. I built it with a billet steel roller cam with
roller rockers. It is fully balanced and has a final compression
ratio of 9.28:1. The 906 heads are fully port matched and polished
with bronze guides. It is estimated at 525 H.P. with the stock HP
exhaust manifolds. Full spec sheet available. Inviolet PPG
base/clear paint is buffed to perfection. All new legendary
interior. 15' new rallys wrapped in Coker radials. New nodular
Eaton 3:55 sure grip good to 600+ h.p.. Accurate stainless exhaust.
Original factory rally dash. Original perfect steering wheel and
radio. Perfect dash on steel core. The A833 23 spline 4 speed was
sent to Passon in PA for all new guts. Electronic ignition was
added. Dash reverse light added. Front drilled and slotted discs
added. Every inch of wiring is new. Original power steering lets
you steer with a pinky finger. Original 3 speed wiper motor sent to
Bruce Somer (noted expert) for rebuild. Power brakes added. Correct
440 new stainless fuel lines installed. New fuel tank. New AMD
fenders and dutchman panel. Original hood, roof, decklid, cowl,
quarters, and rear panel. All glass is new and date coded except
the quarter windows (originals). Date coded plug wires. Correct
1970 dual snorkel air cleaner. Correct valve covers
1970 Plymouth Cuda
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