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Jan 5, 2008 at 6:58 pm
Gorgeous Mopar!
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Dec 28, 2007 at 2:02 pm
nice seeing the old hot rods, sweet ride.
plum71’s Profile Photo
Dec 11, 2007 at 9:23 am
Sweet ride. It is amazing how nobody wanted anything to do with these cars in the 80s. Yours is a better find than mine and a little less $ too.

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1970 Plymouth `Cuda (Shaker)

Last updated Apr 20, 2007  

Photo of a 1970 Plymouth `Cuda (Shaker)


I purchased this car back in 1984 for $500. It is a factory Cuda 340 automatic with black interior. Full documentation including the dealer sales receipt, window sticker, three (3) broadcast sheets, and the owner's manual are with the car to this day. I pulled the numbers matching 340 in `84 and put it on a stand in my garage where it has been ever since. In its place is a Mopar Performance crate motor wearing Indy 440EZ heads which are painted to keep everything stealthy. Check out my album to see the engine pics.

I personally restored or replaced everything on this car but let a professional handle the paint. Whenever possible I even run it down the dragstrip for test and tune or at car shows held at a track. ET's are in the 12's with drag radials and that is with the air conditioning running!

See my log entries in the near future for performance-minded changes and improved ET's!

See my Dragrace Video in Atlanta against a Big-Block 1969 Plymouth Valiant: [url][/url]


440 CID
Edelbrock Performer 750 Carb
Edelbrock Performer RPM Intake
Comp Cams Camshaft
Hooker Super Comp Headers
3" Tube Technologies Inc (TTI) exhaust

Factory Options

Power Steering
Power Brakes
Shaker Hood
Rallye Instruments
Rallye Wheels - 15"

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