1970 Plymouth Cuda 440 6-Pack Hardtop 440 Six Pack V8 Automatic (Floor) Classic

1970 Plymouth Other 440 6-Pack

Technical specifications of Plymouth Other 1970

Price: US $92,995.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Local pick-up only
Make: Plymouth
Model: Other
SubModel: 440 6-Pack
Type: Hardtop
Trim: 440 6-Pack
Year: 1970
Mileage: 85,456
VIN: BS23V0E114922
Color: Red
Engine size: 440 Six Pack V8
Power options: --
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: White
Options: --
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

Yes, it's real. Yes, it's numbers-matching. Yes, it's a been exceptionally restored. Yes, we are just as excited about this one as you are. This 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda is a true 440 Six-Pack machine in arguably the best color around. So this is an opportunity you may never see again. The 'Cuda's shape is one of the most popular muscle car profiles in history. It only gets better with one that as a factory option High Impact color.... The EV2 code is known to Dodge people as Hemi Orange, but Plymouth fans know it has the more sinister Tor-Red name. It looks simply stunning in the sunlight thanks to a professional respray of this highly desirable paint. In fact, as you look over the whole vehicle (including the undercarriage,) you're going to notice a huge investment in getting everything correct and pristine on a rotisserie restoration. That's why you're going to love all the details. For example, not only is the black vinyl roof correct according to the trim tag, but also it sets up the perfect secondary color to this coupe. You see it in all the best places - from the N96 shaker hood to the hockey stick stripe that highlights the iconic rear fender kick-up. Plus, you know this one means business with details like the hood pins and the color-matched steelies with factory hub caps. Now that you've looked over every inch of this rare 'Cuda, you can tell just the level of quality and detail that came with its restoration. The moment you slip into the high-back bucket seat, it feels like 1970 all over again. Nobody did a white interior quite as nicely as the Mopars. With the door panels and headliner matching the seats, it's a nice bright presentation. And the contrasting dark black on the high use areas (like the carpets) makes sure this muscle machine doesn't have a too cheery attitude. You've got the desirable center console with the gearshift sitting boldly in the middle of the wood veneer. And everything looks correct from the heat/defrost control to the correct AM radio that's still on display. It's a true muscle machine, and Chrysler made sure it all focused on the driver thanks to the three-spoke steering wheel and optional A62 Rallye Instrument Cluster Package that includes a tach. When you pop the hood, you'll know those rear fender callouts were not lying. Underneath that big shaker is the original numbers-matching 440 cubic-inch V8. It also has the correct triple-duce carburetors for the desirable six-pack. This motor fires right up, and it makes a ferocious growl out of the dual exhaust. And take some time to follow those large pipes in the undercarriage photos. There you'll see just how much quality you get for in a correct rotisserie restoration. The monster V8 was rated at 390 hp from the factory, and this 'Cuda was specially optioned to handle all that power. This includes the D32 heavy-duty three-speed automatic transmission that connects to the A32 performance axle with Sure-Grip limited slip rear and 4.10 Dana 60 rear end for power takeoffs. So to keep this beastly Mopar in line, you have great features like front disc brakes and BF Goodrich T/A tires at all four corners. A package like this is rare. In fact, Plymouth only made about 850 examples. And nearly a half-century later, it's going to be hard to find one that has the right factory colors and been this correctly restored. So don't let this exceptional opportunity pass you by, call today!

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