Anybody for a Lemon Twist, 4-speed 426? The line starts here. This week’s Muscle Car of the Week is a good one. Video after the jump!
Are you and two friends looking to buy Cuda’s? Good news. You can buy all three from the same seller. Barn Finds located this bevy of restored beauties on eBay; two Hemi Cuda’s and a 440 six barrel, all sporting Shaker hoods. They’re being sold as a package deal but they will split them if the money talks loud enough. Follow the eBay bidding here. More pics after the jump!
The Good: 1971 Cuda, numbers matching 340, 4 speed, shaker hood, new AMD panels included. The Bad: The pictures, the rust, the interior. Did we mention the pictures? The Ugly: The price, $35,001 (psychological pricing be damned). Barn Finds located this car and it’s optimistic owner on Craigslist. More pics after the jump.
Gong on the block in September is this 1970 Plymouth Cuda 440 Six Pack with only 5644 miles. The bulk of that, 4000 miles, were put on the car from 1970 to 1983! Some options include a shaker hood, Track Pack, road lights and hood pins. It’s actually still sitting on it’s original Goodyear Polyglas tires. Find more info at Mecum. More pics after the jump!
It’s a great week for 1970 Hemi Cuda fans! This one is part of the Brother’s collection and is the latest featured car on Muscle Car of the Week. Unfortunately, thanks to Mopar Action’s Rick Ehrenberg, I can’t seem to see past the missing behind-the-grille blackout treatment! Video after the jump!
This could be the Holy Grail of muscle cars; a virtually unused, unmolested 1970 Hemi Cuda. Purchased new with the intentions of being a strip car, it went into hibernation after the owner passed away shortly thereafter. This E-body is a museum piece that’s trading hands like a Picasso. Sold for half a million at Barrett in 2007, it’s now going across the auction block again at Mecum next month. Find more info at Barn Finds. More pics after the jump!