Year:
1970
Make:
Plymouth
Model:
Hemi Cuda
Mileage:
11,836
Color - Interior:
White
Color - Exterior:
Blue
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Specs:
  • Sold new at Wills Motor Company in Pittsburgh, PA
  • 1 of 284 produced
  • Period correct 426 CI engine
  • Highly desired factory 4-speed manual transmission
  • Correct style carburetors, exhaust manifolds and radiator
  • Two original broadcast sheets
  • Original window sticker
  • 11,836 miles
  • Rare factory produced 4.10 Dana Super Track Pack axle
  • Finished in its original colors of B5 Blue over its original White interior
  • Equipped with power brakes and rear defrost
  • Rallye road wheels
  • Black Sport stripe and road lamps
  • Extensive ownership history
  • Original body numbers, floors, trunk and most of its original sheet metal
“Wanna go?” Boulevard racers lived on street cred in 1970,
and you didn’t ask those words of somebody who might
spank you in front of your pals or best girlfriend. We have
the feeling the person who walked into Wills Motor
Company in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and ordered this
new Hemi Cuda was spoiling to show all of them nothing
but tail lights.
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 “Wanna go?” Boulevard racers lived on street cred in 1970, and you didn’t ask those words of somebody who might spank you in front of
your pals or best girlfriend.

 We have the feeling the person who walked into Wills Motor Company in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and ordered this new Hemi Cuda was
spoiling to show all of them nothing but tail lights.
Never commonplace, this car is one of 284 examples produced that year with the
legendary NASCAR-derived monster motor and a 4-speed transmission.

 Featuring wonderful provenance, this car comes with two original assembly line broadcast sheets, as well as its original window sticker.
The odometer now shows 11,836 miles, and the car has an extensive ownership history.

 Beneath its argent-colored Shaker hood scoop is the period-correct Chrysler 426 CI Hemi engine, which plays host to correct-style dual 4-
barrel carburetors, exhaust manifolds and a heavy-duty radiator.
Turn the key and hear the deep rumble that has always been
respected as one of the most notorious sounds to emerge from Detroit in this era.

 A driver’s machine with a penchant for quick acceleration, the desirable factory A833 4-speed manual transmission is itself part of this car’
s factory A34 Super Track Pack option, which included the extreme-duty 4.10 Dana 60 rear axle.

 Equipped with power brakes and rear defrost, the car is finished in its complementary combination of B5 Blue over its original-color
white interior, accented with black hockey-stick sport stripes, J45 hood pins, belt and rocker moldings, exhaust tips and road lamps.

 Inside, one finds the Hurst Pistol Grip shifter, Rally dash design with podded tachometer and clock, AM radio and deluxe wood-grain trim
accents. The original body numbers, floors, trunk and most of its original sheet metal remain intact on this well-preserved vehicle, which
rides on the optional 15-inch Rallye road wheels with Goodyear Polyglas GT tires.

  Want to make this stellar Classic Car Yours? Call Steve at 270-259-1491 or email steve@sandsclassiccars.com
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