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Default 1971 Plymouth Cuda' 340 Convertible

RARE REAL 1971 Cuda' 340 Convertible, 1 of 102 Autos made, Original Numbers Matching Engine and Trans, Original Fender tag and Mint Broadcast sheet, Original body numbers, Detailed rotisserie restoration, body color underside, Sassy Grass Green with White Top and interior, originally a Hemi Orange car (neat story behind the color change) buckets, console, ralleys, added shaker, billboards and spoilers.. Very rare exceptionally nice car that could drive across the country with ease. I may take a partial trade if its something that catchs my eye. Previously part of the Torino Collection in Vegas. Its suppose to have 19k actual miles but I have to way to verify.

Priced very very fair even with the current market conditions. $109k 507-208-0191 Andy

I'll post some pics if its not raining tomorrow.
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Finally seen the sun today so I took the Cuda out for some pictures.. The car has the look and pops at you, people drool all over it! Its took alot of awards at shows last summer. Underside is as clean as the top. 71's are the year to have.







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Old 04-24-2008, 07:03 AM
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Default Re: 1971 Plymouth Cuda' 340 Convertible

Very, very nice car Andy.
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Default Re: 1971 Plymouth Cuda' 340 Convertible

I know nothing about 'Cudas, so perhaps explain why '71 is 'the' year? Is it style, performance, options, colors, etc..
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Default Re: 1971 Plymouth Cuda' 340 Convertible

Yes Marlin it is the styling along with very low production numbers.

The Fish Gill Vents on the front Fender and the design of the front Grill give the '71 a much more distinct and aggressive look. The Bill Board Graffics, which are very rare from the factory', were only available in 1971 as well.
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Default Re: 1971 Plymouth Cuda' 340 Convertible

I see. I thought the '70 and '71's were almost identical, hence my ?. Thx.
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71's have a different grill than 70. They were the only year cuda to have the four headlight grill. 71's were the only year to have the gilled fenders. This is why most people like the 71s over the 70s. They just look more indimidating, especially in all black. Production for 71 was less than 70. 71 total production, 16,492, and 70 total production was 48,867. 292 'Cuda convertibles were made in 71 compared to the 548 made in 70. Original parts for the cars are hard to find and when you do get them they are rediculously expensive. Its a good price for the car. I see the less desirable 71 318 Barracuda Convertibles going for 110-120K on ebay. However, I didn't think that the small blocks were painted chrysler blue until the 72 model year.
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any interest in a low mile 67 Hemi GTX trade?
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Motor is correct blue for 340 mid to late 71' cars.
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Default Re: 1971 Plymouth Cuda' 340 Convertible

theres what i call a gun metal grey BillBoard Cuda here in town that seems to always be going the other way and I can never get turned around in time to catch up with him. Older guy in his mid 60s drives it and it looks like ORG paint They are pretty neat cars
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