1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda For Sale

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1970 Plymouth ‘CudaUNRESTORED survivor ... 22,600 mile original miles ... Numbers Matching ... 340 CID V-8 ... 4-speed manual ... Rare Red on Red ...

Mopar lovers, how often do you come across an UNRESTORED 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda with under 23,000 original miles?  How about one with its original 340 and 4-speed?  Or one that is Red on Red?

Don’t miss this opportunity to make this rare of rare cars yours today.  Finished in its original color of Rallye Red, this ‘Cuda sports an extremely rare all original Red interior.  Unlike other cars that haven’t seen the tender protection from Mother Nature that this one has enjoyed, this ‘Cuda’s interior is still vibrant, from its headliner and dashboard all the way down to its original carpeting.  The door panels are equally vivid and show beautifully.  Its all vinyl bucket seats and optional pistol grip Hurst shifter do justice to its sporty exterior.

Having benefited from one repaint, this ‘Cuda features an optional inverted “hockey stick” paint stripe in Black.  Providing additional pop are its optional chromed racing mirrors, chromed hood pins, rallye wheels, and dual exhaustChrome road lamps and “340” badging complete the package.

Under the hood you will find the original 340 CID V-8 mated to the original 4-speed manual transmission and rear-end.  With 275 horsepower and 340 lbs.-ft. of torque, this ‘Cuda is no slouch on the road!  Whether cruising through the city or on the highway, this ‘Cuda’s steering and ride are tight—bespeaking its low mileage.  Standard heavy duty torsion bars, shock absorbers, rear springs, and front and rear anti-sway bars keep this car firmly planted in the turns.  You’ll also appreciate the safety of power front disc brakes.  Neither a trailer queen, nor a “barn find,” this car has been driven regularly, though sparingly, with confidence.

In addition to its rare color combination and original presentation, ‘Cuda connoisseurs will appreciate several features about this car such as the fact that it still needs to be placed into reverse in order to be started—a feature long since disabled or inoperative on many other ‘Cudas.  The dashboard mounted “reverse” indicator lamp still illuminates.  You’ll also appreciate its original paperwork, including three pages of factory broadcast sheets and owner’s manual which will be included with sale.  Owner history of this four-owner Texas car and various maintenance and transfer documents will also be provided to the next owner.

This ‘Cuda is being sold from the personal collection a Mopar enthusiast who has owned 75 Barracudas.  Having owned the car since 2003, the owner is so confident in the performance of this car that he’s willing to drive it right to your door at cost!

Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to own an extremely low mileage and rare 1970 ‘Cuda.  Please call today!

Also available from the same collection is the low mileage unrestored Deep Burnt Orange Metallic 1970 Barracuda Gran Coupe pictured above.  Please inquire.