1971 plymouth hemi cuda

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Technical specifications

Manufacturer:Plymouth
Model:Cuda
Year:1971
Type:Coupe
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Color:Orange
Mileage:5378
Transmission:Manual
Interior Color:Orange
Engine:Gen II Hemi
Number of Cylinders:8
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1971 Plymouth CUDA Coupe/Hardtop (BS23). This is the ultimate "Eye Candy" Muscle Car. The car has been re-imagined / recreated with 1) a MOPAR Performance472 CI Hemi Crate Motor with a new single four barrel AED 850 CFM carburetor, 2) a 6 speed manual Viper Transmission (T56), 3) 17" Rallye Wheels (Year One) and 4) a Sure Grip Dana 60 Rear End with 4:10 Gears. New TTI Headers installed. Additionally, CALTRACS added to the rear suspension. The exterior of the car has:1) a Shaker hood (N96), 2)Elastomeric Bumpers in body color (A21 & A22), 3) Rear Window Louvers (J68)and 4) Rear Spoiler Wing (J81). The interior of the car has: 1) a Rally Instrument panel (J42), 2) a Pistol Grip Shift Knob (J42), 3) Kenwood CD Bluetooth Stereo System, 4) a Legendary Burnt Orange Cloth &Vinyl Buckets, 5) Backseat (H5K4) and 6) Burnt Orange carpet which was custom fitted. The car is equipped with air conditioning (A/C) from Vintage Air; A/C was NOT available on Hemi cars. A New Flaming River Steering Column. A New BORGESON Power Steering unit installed. A Griffin High Performance Exact Fit Aluminum Radiator with Shroud.
Starting with a solid rust-free Southern California 383/Auto CUDA, I acquired in 1990 and I saved parts as they became available for many years. This car been completely dissembled and fully restored. 1971 is the last year of the factory equipped Hemi & Big Block in the CUDA.

- Original Fender Tag is in beautiful condition
- The VIN number begins with: BS27N1B.
- Mileage = 5,378 miles since Restoration. Much attention given to detail and the use of correct parts whenever possible. Untold hours were spent bead blasting and refinishing 100's of tiny parts.
Everything put back onto the car was either new or restored. Many additional items not mentioned.
A reserve has been set at Ninety-five Thousand USD ($95,000.00 USD). The reserve has been reduced.
*Do NOT bid on this sale if you do not have the funds. Do not bid on this sale without my approval if you have an approval record of 90% or below or less than 20 transactions on eBay.
If you have any questions, email me through eBay or my telephone number is 407 948-6670.

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