Stock #:

0173-PHX

1970 Plymouth Cuda HEMI

$299,995

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BS23R0B223643

1970 Plymouth

Cuda HEMI

$299,995

SOLD

Stock
0173-PHX
Engine Size
426 HEMI V8
Transmission
4 Speed Manual
Miles
97,417 (Actual)
Location
Phoenix
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Description

TOP-FLIGHT RESTO, ALL #S MATCHING, 426 HEMI, 4-SPD, GOVIER DOCMTED, BUILD RECPTS

You're looking at a unicorn. After all, it's just as mythical that you could ever find the ultimate Mopar muscle machine that has been through a concours-level restoration. But this 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda with its original 426 Hemi V8, dual four-barrel carbs, and four-on-the-floor has a level of completion that goes beyond nut-n-bolt detail. So if you want an original and moonshot 'Cuda in a condition that's better than even the factory could assemble, read on...

Only 284 four-speed '70 Hemi 'Cudas were ever produced, and you will likely never find another one at this level of detail or originality. That's why this is the kind of car you will give up children to obtain, and so just to be clear, we will only deal in money. This one is the product of a careful rotisserie restoration. They made sure the original sheetmetal and its gap tolerances went beyond factory standards before the factory-correct FC7 was reapplied. And the results are stunning. More than any other Mopar we've seen, this In-Violet paint lives up to its High Impact color label. The level of gloss and shine in this paint means it reflects its own pannels when you reach iconic details like the sporty rear fender kick-up. And if you know Mopars, you'll get excited about the level of detail. All the glass is crystal clear; the tiny aggressive red streak in the grille is bright; the rocker panels are correct; and even the rear bumper fits so well that it showcases how it was an integral part to Plymouth's design. And this one has all the best Mopar muscle features like the iconic shaker hood, hood pins, Hemi hockey stick stripe package, and Rallye wheels with Goodyear Polyglas tires.

Just like the exterior, there was a heavy investment inside to make sure it is fresh, pristine, and correct. White interiors are what we love in 1970s machines, and this one is looking pristine on the high-back bucket seats, side panels, and headliner. But thankfully, the carpeting and console are black so you never have to worry about dirty shoes before hopping in on a whim and going for a drive. Plymouth loved to surround the driver. This is a center console car with the iconic pistol-grip shifter molded into the contoured setup. Plus, flanking the sporty three-spoke steering wheel are your controls for heat/defrost and AM radio that still has the working 8-track (yes, the level of detail is that comprehensive to make it feel like 1970 all over again.) It even has the correct optional A62 Rallye Instrument Cluster Package with the important tach prominently in the center.

Under the hood is why so much time and money was invested in this classic. Underneath that big, bright shaker is the 426 cubic-inch Hemi V8 with dual four-barrel carburetors. This is original motor to the car, and we have the Galen Govier documentation to prove it. The level of detail fits with the meticulous nature of the rest of the car. That's why you see amazing paint in the engine bay mixed with the correct factory decals. And as you dig deeper, you will even see the correct factory marking re-created. In fact, we invite you to look at all the photos, especially the undercarriage ones. The freshness of the components is amazing, and the level of paint quality under there is better than some classics get on the hood. And while the details are amazing, don't forget that this is true driver's machine. The big V8 fires up with an authority-commanding growl; the original A833 four-speed gives you full command of the Hemi's power and thunderous soundtrack; and Super Trak Pack limited slip rear end with 4.10 gear is there for power take-offs. Plus, power steering and front disc brakes create a unicorn that's easy to harness.

Those who are serious about this amazing Mopar will need to spend some serious time with us, because we will never have enough room to go into the level of detail here that went into this coupe. But for now, know that is comes with all the right paperwork, including the reproduction window sticker, build receipts, restoration photos, and Galen Govier documentation. Don't miss this rare and powerful one. Call today!!!

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Features

  • Build Receipts
  • Seatbelts (Rear)
  • Seatbelts (Front)
  • Power Steering
  • Power Brakes
  • Front Disc Brakes
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Heat
  • Bias Ply Tires
  • Numbers Matching
  • AM Radio
  • 8 Track
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Documentation

  • Restoration Photos
  • Reproduction Window Sticker
  • Galen Govier Documentation
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Plum Crazy
Interior Color
White
Transmission Spec
A833
Rear End
Dana 60
Front Brakes
Power Disc
Rear Brakes
Power Drum
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