1970 Barracuda Cuda Convertible-
Rolling Chassis and ALL Parts
Don’t Buy a Bondo Bomber- DO IT RIGHT
Rotisserie Type Restoration
I have owned this Barracuda Convertible since about 1980.
Poor Health Causes Sale
The Facts- Less than 400 Cuda and or Barracuda Convertibles Built with a Six Cylinder and a Slap-Stick Shifter Ever Made
ORIGINAL B-5 Blue or Have it your Way
This is your chance to own the "Holy Grail"
In 2 years 1970/1971 Chrysler built a total of about 4100
Barracuda and Cuda Convertibles. Most experts agree that
There are about 1000 of these cars left in existence.
This Rolling Chassis is a rust-free gem with about 2 Block Sands Away From Painting
The Car Started it's life as a factory 6 cylinder with a factory slap stick and bucket seats, B5 Blue exterior color, power top
The entire outside external body of the car was restored with Factory Chrysler Sheet Metal with the exception of the lower valance pan. Many hours were spent making sure the body lines and gaps are almost perfection. The front grill is perfect and unmolested.
On the inside of the car the trunk pan, inner fenders, floor pans, and rear frame rails were replaced and repaired with aftermarket parts as necessary. According to my body man this car was never in an accident.
The Shaker hood is quite flawless.
Came with Consol and Slapstick and Buckets
Upgrades to make this car a "Cuda", using factory parts- Factory V8 8¾ Rear Axel
Factory Cuda V8 K frame, Control Arms, Disc Brakes and hardware.
Considered Heavy Duty Suspension used on "Factory Cuda Front Suspensions".
What The Car Comes With-
The majority of parts required to put this car back together, especially those parts that are unique to this car
Original Engine and Transmission - 6 Cylinder Number Match
and 1973 Forged Crank 440 Engine and Transmission
Give Me a Call 734-718-7589 12Noon-12Midnight EST
About Me- Car Was Purchased in 1980- I was about 28 years old- Stored Many Years
At Mid Sixties, my health is failing, and I am unable to complete this project. Not great with emails or texts-Please Call