Rarely do you ever get to see a classic Mopar muscle machine for this kind of price. But more than just a mean, green coupe, this 1970 Plymouth Cuda is packing the famous 440 Six Pack under the hood. There’s plenty of more great details on this car, but read them quickly before this one is gone.
Plymouth/Dodge were responsible for some of the best classics from the muscle car era. And since, they produced less than the rest of The Big Three, each piece of Mopar muscle is already a true treasure. And a great way to standout even amongst these standouts is utilizing the famous High Impact colors. The Sublime green carries a great glow-in-the-dark vibrancy that comes from a modern application of this iconic hue. Still, it’s not so bold that you miss out on this E-body’s little touches, like the hood scoops or the black accent stripe on the rear that announces you’ve got the biggest RB motor in this Cuda. And this one only gets better as you go through all the details like the painted front bumper, aggressive rear spoiler, snug-fitting rear chrome bumper, and of course, Chrysler iconic Rallye wheels. This is a true total package machine.
The moment you slip into the high-back bucket seat, it feels like 1970 all over again. From the door panels, to the carpets, to the headliner, everything feel deep, dark, and correct. You've got the desirable center console with the T-bar gearshift sitting boldly in the middle of the wood veneer. The classic Mopar sports steering wheel feels simple, direct, and effective. It also gives you a full view of the Rally gauge package with large speedo and tach. There’s a newer AM/FM/cassette stereo, but we really know your favorite soundtrack is the one the originates from the engine bay.
When you pop the hood, you’ll know those rear fender callouts were not lying. That’s a period-correct 440 cubic-inch V8, and it has the triple-duce carburetors to complete the ultra-desirable six-pack. This motor looks fantastic in the Sublime engine bay, and the details are correct on everything from the lip around the iconic air grabber to the Direct Connect chrome valve covers. And as you look closer, the fresh belts, wires, and hoses tell you there has been a lot of care that’s gone into this monster motor. And when you fire it up, the long tube headers feed the H-pipe dual exhaust to create the kind of ferocious sound that tells everyone this is the new street king. Making sure you can harness this power correctly are great features like the stout A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission, independent front suspension with thick sway bar, and the grip of modern Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 tires.
You know how desirable a Six-Pack Cuda like this is, and so this deal won’t be sticking around for long. Call today!!!