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Old 03-05-2019, 08:47 AM
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The Steven Juliano collection for sale....Mecum auctions

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Such a cool collection and the best presentation! Some great stories behind the hunt for various RTS cars, as well.

Don't recall the Cheetah - pretty darn cool, too!
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I didn't recall the Cheetah but a friend just told me he bought it last year.
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What happened to the Bobby Hull 1971 Hemi Challenger R/T with a sunroof?

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What happened to the Bobby Hull 1971 Hemi Challenger R/T with a sunroof?

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Always thought the Zach Reynolds 'Cuda was pretty cool, too (ripe for a dose of Turbonique?!).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0pyVUqL2BA
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Never knew Steven Juliano was in to Shelby Cobras. Always hear about him and his Mopars. He sure had excellent taste and owned some super desirable cars!
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'71 Cuda ragtop 440 Six Barrel/column auto/4.10 Dana rear. https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0519-37...a-convertible/


This was my old car that I sold to Steve Juliano back in 1988. Only 19,000 miles on it at the time.

If anyone has any questions about it, I'd be happy to answer them (It's an amazing car). I also still have the original photo album of the car as found.

Here's a photo of it when I found it in '88 (Other than the wheels I put on it to replace the rusty Cragars)
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'71 Cuda ragtop 440 Six Barrel/column auto/4.10 Dana rear. https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0519-37...a-convertible/


This was my old car that I sold to Steve Juliano back in 1988. Only 19,000 miles on it at the time.

If anyone has any questions about it, I'd be happy to answer them (It's an amazing car). I also still have the original photo album of the car as found.

Here's a photo of it when I found it in '88 (Other than the wheels I put on it to replace the rusty Cragars)

WOW Steve what a beautiful car!!!
Bet you wish you had kept it?
I love Cudas, especially convertibles and kick myself for not finding a way to get to the MCACN show when they had all the Hemi E body convertibles.
Will be interested to see if it sells and for how much?

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