1973 Plymouth Cuda
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Plymouth Cuda .
340-6bbl Auto, matching, restored
Original enginel, drivetrain, broadcast sheet, fender tag, cowl and rad support stampings. Very, very nice rotisserie restoration of a numbers-matching BS23 'Cuda. Price is $39,500 USD. Driven 8,000 gentle miles since restored, so you know the bugs are worked out.
Original 340HP rebuilt, added Purple Cam, 'J' heads (2.02/1.60), complete Mopar 6-BBL induction package, K&N filters, Mopar wires, coil, battery, engine harness, ceramic headers, mandrel-bent stainless exhaust with x-pipe, proper tips. "HD727 transmission fully rebuilt and just serviced, 3:55 Sure-Grip rebuilt with 400 miles on new center section"
Original white, now Vitamin-C Orange. No evidence that this car was ever white, anywhere. Excellent driver paint, not show quality but very nice up close: no runs, drips, clearcoat fading, no chips or dents. I am VERY fussy and would give it an 8/10 (1973 factory-quality). The trunk pan was the only metal replaced. Under-body/frame/engine bay/trunk nicely painted to match body. Factory reproduction sticker package applied.
Brakes rebuilt/replaced from booster/master cylinder down, backing plates, calipers, hardware, park brake, etc. Suspension/brakes components painted or unpainted as original. Front and rear suspension rebuilt/replaced. Air shocks on rear. Drums and calipers coated. Steering box and steering components replaced.
All wiring is neat, all lights work and all lenses are clear with most replaced. Dash is well-lit, Rallye gauges and clock work well and look good, signals/horn/aftermarket stereo work well, rear defrost, map light, heater controls, etc. all work. Wiper and washer pump motors are new, new washer nozzles/hoses/hardware.
Car originally had a green interior so it was completely recovered or replaced during restoration, the black looks right with the orange exterior. Pictures show the only tiny blemish on bottom of driver's door panel.
Beautiful repro Magnum 500's with no dents, curb rash, pitting or other issues, BFG T/A tires are even wear and about 70%.
Original broadcast sheet, 2 older appraisals with old-school photos, owner history back to 2005 (when the car was originally restored), all receipts for the restoration. Another appraisal (2014) from a very respected and well-known source.
I believe in full disclosure when buying or selling, Everything I know about the car will be discussed with buyer.
The car is located in Alberta. I have sold several cars across the border with no issues, I can complete required paperwork, arrange professional shipping and brokerage quickly and at a reasonable cost. There are also several North American award winning Mopar shops in town if you require inspections or appraisals.
Price - $ 39,500 USD, negotiable