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1970 Plymouth Cuda
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Vehicle Details

Year: 1970
Make: Plymouth
Model: Cuda
Mileage: 61,470
Exterior Color: Sub Lime Green
Interior Color: Black
Body: E-Body
Engine Size: 340 Six Barrel
Transmission: Slap Stick

Dealer Info


Private Seller

Bought the car from the original owner in '83. Took a few years for the restoration. I'm retiring and am moving on after having the car for almost 35 years. It's always been garaged in AC and heat. It has only seen rain 4 times since '83. It has a few issues, nothing serious, I never put an emergency brake cable back on it. Why? I don't know, but I have the cable in a box. The odometer works but not the speedo. Also like all 1970 Plymouth\\\'s, neither does the clock. It has some scraps and a few chips, cuz it's a driver not a trailer queen.. I have all the original parts, Exhaust Manifolds, the Am Radio, original water pump, the original center carburetor that I replaced about three years ago or so. The rear trunk mate and I did replace the carpet in \\\'85 and the head liner. It has the original bumpers (never re-chromed) original dash, back seat and all door molds are original. Number matching Motor and Tranny and rear end. She has the original glass except for the windshield, spoilers are original along with the wheels, center caps and wheel trim rings. Even the windshield water bottle is original. The Cuda is about 97% original except for: Electronic Ignition Alternator Fuel Pump Hooker Headers and Goodyear Tires When I bought the car, it came from the factory as a Sassy Grass Green AAR. After a few years at the restoration shop, the owner accidentally painted it Sub Lime Green. He thought that \\\'s what it was back in the day. There were 31 Sassy grass Cudas that were painted from the factory and and I believe 37 Sublime green. so not much of a price difference between the two. I also added the fish gill road rocker trim along with the chrome upgrades to the pedals. I hope a collector buys her, it be a shame if it was torn down and became a NEW Cuda. You want more info call me: Guy Kirsch The Woodlands, TEXAS 832-326-7673

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