1970 Plymouth Cuda Convertible
|Performance:||440 cu. In. V-8 6-Bbl., 6 Pack Carburetion, Shaker Hood|
|Transmission:||HD 727 Torque Flite Automatic|
|Color exterior:||Plum Crazy Purple|
|Features:||Factory AM/FM Radio, N96 Shaker Hood Setup, Upgraded to AC, Factory Parts, Leather interior w/ concil, Rally Instrument Dash, Power Convertible Top, Factory A/C|
|Brakes:||HD 11’ Rear Drums/Disk Break|
|Other 1:||Fender Tag: 26 EN1 N85 P31 P37 R35 Y05 J45 M25 M31 M88 N41 N42 V3X A62 C16 C55 C62 M51 FC7 PRX9 000 A15 031473 E63 D32 BS27 N0B 161634|
(SOLD) This is one of the nicest looking and performing 1970 V8 ‘Cuda Convertibles in the country, finished in its factory color of Plum Crazy Purple! This vehicle has endured a complete rotisserie restoration to a Show/Driver level. Every nut and bolt has been gone over and detailed. Performance upgrades of a 440 6-Pack with a correct shaker hood setup. It shifts on the center console. The paint, interior and all other trim options are factory original, including air conditioning. It features a correct steering wheel and leather upholstery in the back seat, which was a factory option. The undercarriage, interior, and exterior of the vehicle has been restored to a high quality Show/Driver level. Less than 200 miles since the rotisserie restoration. This restoration was fully documented and compiled into a DVD to accompany the car. A fast high performance car with head-turning style that is sure to enhance any collection!
The 1970 Plymouth's were introduced Sept. 23, 1969, and the Valiant line appeared in dealer showrooms that same day. Model year production peaked at 725,600 units. The E-body Barracuda was now "able to shake the stigma of 'economy car'." Three versions were offered: the base Barracuda (BH), the luxury oriented Gran Coupe (BP), and the sport model 'Cuda (BS). The high-performance models were marketed as 'Cuda deriving from the 1969 option. The E-body's engine bay was larger than that of the previous A-body. This was the last year for convertibles in the Satellite and Fury lines. This would be the only year Plymouth built the high winged Superstar of Nascar the Super Bird.