This beautiful 1970 ’Cuda was finished in Jamaica Blue with light blue accents and gold pinstriping. There are no wild graphics, but its quiet demeanor hides the fact that it carries engine code “R,” designating the 426-ci Hemi.
Plymouth built just 652 hard-top Hemi ’Cudas in 1970. This one is unrestored and is perhaps the most preserved of any, with just under 17,000 miles since new.
This ’Cuda’s factory-original Hemi is still intact and features a high-duration hydraulic-lifter cam, 10.28:1 Read More
Dodge’s response to the muscle car movement in 1967 was the Coronet R/T, a high-performance package that included the new 375-horsepower “Wedgehead” 440-ci Magnum V8 engine.
Fed by a 4-barrel AFB carburetor, the Magnum engine very effectively reduced the rear wheels to smoke with 480 foot-pounds of torque at hand. Standard on the R/T was the TorqueFlite automatic transmission (this one has the optional manual 4-speed), special racing stripes (dealer added, if desired) and identification, Redline tires, deluxe steering wheel, Read More
Upgraded with a Mopar 478-cubic-inch Hemi engine using twin Holley 4-barrel carburetors on a cross ram intake manifold. Tubular headers, MSD ignition and a host of other performance tweaks are included.
The car features Wilwood front disc brakes and rear drum brakes, following the Hemi Dart theme. The Dart’s clean economical lines are nicely finished in PPG Metallic Blue paint. A straightforward approach is taken with a tan interior and multi-point roll cage, tan carpet and ’Cuda bucket seats mated Read More
This car has undergone a meticulous rotisserie restoration and is finished in R6 Scorch Red. Ranked third-fastest muscle car ever produced and track-tested at 12.91 at 111 mph quarter-mile by Ronnie Sox in stock trim.
Documented original A12 M-code lift-off hood car. One of 422 4-speed M-code 440 6-barrel cars produced and number 34 of 195 accounted for in the Chrysler Registry. Authenticated by Galen Govier with documentation that supports VIN number, fender tag, body stamps, matching-numbers 440 6-barrel engine, Read More
• Frame-off restoration
• Real J-code Hemi car
• Equipped with a 1968 date-coded 426 Hemi
• Rare Dark Turquoise metallic paint
• White bucket seat interior with console
• Power steering
• Power brakes
Offered not only with the powerful 440+6 engine package and manual 4-speed transmission, this Autumn Bronze Metallic GTX is also presented with a few very unusual features. It has the desirable Air Grabber hood, A33 Trak Pak option, power disc brakes, split-back bench seat, pistol-grip floor shifter, and very rare add-on non-console stereo cassette player/recorder setup.
Records indicate that this is one of 62 440+6 pack manual transmission GTX hard tops produced in 1971. Given the options on this example, Read More
• Five-year restoration
• One of 34 built in 1970
• One of 20 4-speeds
• Documented on the Chrysler Registry as a factory V-code convertible
• 440-ci Six Pack engine
• 4-speed transmission
• Dana rear end
• Power steering
• Power disc brakes
• Air Grabber hood
• Bucket seats and console
• Original fender tag
• Copies of old title to the mid-1970s
Presented in striking Tor-Red with AAR graphics, this Plymouth has looked “race-ready” since day one. It includes an AM radio, Rallye dash, center console with Slap Stik for the automatic transmission, black vinyl bucket seat interior, Rallye wheels, space-saver spare tire, jack and sidepipes with new mufflers.
This is an original AAR edition with a properly date-coded block that has been restamped to match this car. This 340 Six Pack V8 is connected to the original transmission, and the rear Read More