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1970 Plymouth Barracuda Cuda

Technical specifications of Plymouth Barracuda 1970

Price: US $225,000.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Make: Plymouth
Model: Barracuda
Type: Coupe
Trim: Cuda
Year: 1970
Mileage: 42,051
VIN: BS23R0B159631
Color: Black
Engine size: 426 Hemi (7.0 L)
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

It’s time to sell my1970 PlymouthHemiCuda. These cars are some of the most desirable collector cars in the Muscle car world. Chrysler only built 652 examples of the“All New”designedforPlymouththe1970Barracuda!Only 369 were built with the heavy-duty 727 automatic transmission. This car is 1 of 2 knowntoexistwithBlack paintandRed interior with automatic trans making it very rare. Along with that, this is a original, surviving, un restored example. No body metal has been replaced on this car; no quarter panels, wheel tubs, trunk floor,trunkextensions, fenders or anything else body related has been replaced. This car has never been wrecked or rusted. Take a look a the pics of the underside it is dry.

The man responsible for this car being built is Wayne Kirby. He worked as the head mechanic at Webb Chrysler Plymouth in Kennewick, WA.Whenhe saw the new 1970 Barracuda he went right to the owner and sat down and ordered this car. He optedfor the 8 3/4 rear which was lighter than the Dana and easy gear changingfor street use or racing. He also went with black wheels as he knew he was going to install American Racingwheels.After receiving the car, he put headersonandswappedthe3.23gearsto 4.88. With around 4000 miles, theHemi losses number 3connecting rodsohe orderedafactory warranty replacement short block.Thereforthe car does not have the numbers matching block.

Later,onhebroke the auto transso it is not the original trans. Car does have a lot of the original paint still on it. After acquiring the car, I putcorrectdatedoriginalexhaust manifolds and NOS exhaust to the tips. The 4.88 gears wereremovedand replaced with3.91gears.Ihave theoriginal3.23 ring andpinion. Ireceived the carwith thewrong black wheels so Iputonoriginal15x7rallywheelsandGoodyearPolyglastires. This is a nice, drivable originalHemiCuda.Does notoverheat in thesummer.Somejust went across the Mecum auction block for $300,000+USDandno sale. Not many surviving, true 70HemiCuda'sare available.Sodon’t let this onegetaway.When you buy a restoredcaryoudo notknowwhat you are buying. It could be allaftermarketsheetmetal. Sois it a real 1970 Hemi Cuda at that point. contact me at seven 1 seven 5 eight 0 seven six 1 six.

This caris optioned with aRallydash and AM-8 track radio, manual brakes, manual steering, wood steering wheel and a console. This car is documented with originalmylarstickerstillondriver'sdoor. Also hasthecorrectnumberon cowl and radiator support. Original fendertag,dashtag and 2 build sheetsalsodocumentthe car. This car has not been for saleto the public since the80'sas it has been traded among HemicollectorssuchasBillWeymen, DaveChristenholz, Steve Kline.Itook it this year to“Super Cars on State Street”in Harrisburg, PA which is primarily a meet for Ferraris, Porsches,Lamborghinis, Noblesand the like. This car took home the People’s Choice Award.The caryou are lookingatisnot perfect, but is nice for a48 year oldMuscle car that both remains largely original and wasalsoraced for thefirst2yearsofit’slife.Never had roll bar or frame rail ties. This is a good car don't let it get away. Please ask any and all questions before bidding. I will also entertain mopar trades.

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