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1970 Plymouth Cuda HEMI Convertible


One of the most valuable muscle cars in existence

The 1970 and 1971 Hemi Cuda convertibles are the Bugatti Royals of the muscle car world. What makes a mass produced pony car the rival of exotic hand built European marks? Three things: 1) the Cuda's exciting styling, 2) the legend in its own time Street Hemi and 3) the low convertible production numbers. Only 14 convertible Hemi Cudas were built in 1970 and just seven in 1971; this is one of few remaining documented, factory original Hemi Cuda Convertibles in existence. After a complete nut and bolt restoration by Legendary Motorcar Company, this Cuda is ready for the show circuit.



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