cuda

One Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible is a big deal. Two are a really big deal. Combine two Hemi Cuda Convertibles and a Dodge Hemi Challenger R/T Convertible together and the effect is monumental. Those
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Like many notable extreme-demand vehicles, Hemi-powered Chrysler E-body convertibles were produced during a small window of time, 1970-71, and even then in very limited quantities. Today, a variety of
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While the famous Monterey Car Week is typically associated with multimillion-dollar purebred European sports cars and antique luxury automobiles, Mecum Auctions is bringing a game changer this year in
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Never restored and driven just 81 miles over its entire life, this is the lowest-mileage 1970 Hemi Cuda known to exist. It was special-ordered and purchased new at Shreves Plymouth-Dodge in June 19
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Mecum’s first-ever Austin, Texas, collector car auction held this past weekend was well-received by enthusiasts from the live-music capital of the world evidenced by excellent sales results with a n
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The 1971 Hemi 'Cuda evolved slightly in design from 1970 with the addition of the fender "gills" and the revised 4-light nose and grille, but the good news is that the mighty 425 horse power 426 cubic
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Today's muscle car is this gorgeous 1971 Plymouth Cuda 440 Six Pack V code with a 4 speed HEMI gear box. This muscle vehicle is 1 of only 108 Six Pack Cudas ever built and probably the best original i
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The 1971 Plymouth Viper Custom Cuda is one-of-a-kind thanks to Time Machines.  Here are the details: Engine swaps have been around from the earliest days of motoring. More sophisticated hot rodders
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The car on the picture is the “personal” 1971 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda of the Beach Boy singer Al Jardine. This muscle car was highly touted in the run-up to the auction block next week at the Barret
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