1970 PLYMOUTH HEMI CUDA TRIBUTE CAR
This is a superb example of a rotisserie restored ‘Cuda having been completed in 2010. From the cowl tag you can see this was a well equipped ‘Cuda when new that included the following: R11~ AM radio, PRX9 ~ premium trim leather bucket seats, V1X ~ full Black vinyl top, AO1 ~ light package, C16 ~ center console with wood grain, C26 consolette with formed head lining, G31 & G33 ~ left and right outside mirrors, J25 ~ 3-speed wipers, M21 ~ roof drip rails, M25 ~ wide sill mouldings, M31 ~ belt mouldings, L31 ~ fender mounted turn signals, power brakes, disc brakes at the front, power steering and seat belts. Original power was a 318 cubic inch V8, now it has fearsome 426 cubic inch Hemi V8 fitted (these were rated at 425 horsepower) and is coupled to a 4-speed manual gearbox with a Pistol grip shifter and a Dana rear end, just as an original Hemi car may have had and why it is considered a tribute car. A tribute car is one which is built as a tribute to duplicate a close or exact facsimile to a factory built car that maybe very rare and or very expensive, in this case both. This car is vastly cheaper than buying an original in this condition and yet for all intents and purpose it appears like a factory original car. On ly a very detail oriented expert may notice any difference to the real thing. The mileage indicated is 98,980 but on the restoration very few miles. Everywhere you look this car is really fresh, top side or bottom side, just check out the workmanship. Finished in Hemi Orange with Black Hemi Side stripes, Silver wheels with center caps and trim rings.
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