In terms of styling, it doesn't take much to transform a Barracuda into a more desirable 'Cuda, but you can't fool the VIN. All 'Cudas – such as this beautiful 1972 Plymouth 'Cuda – came with a unique VIN that started with "BS," and that's one thing that can't be faked. This car listed by Art & Speed is a legit 'Cuda, and according to the listing, it's a true survivor.
The 'Cuda name is as synonymous with Mopar as the use of high-impact colors, and this car definitely fits both bills with its Lemon Twist paint job. According to the listing, this 'Cuda has received a repaint at some point over the years, but this is the car's original color as shown by the fender tags. The black vinyl roof perfectly complements the black side stripes not to mention the all-black interior. only piece of this car not believed to be original is the color of the vinyl top. When it was produced, this car combined a white roof with the high-impact Lemon Twist yellow it wears today, but at some point the roof was changed to black. This roof and the black vinyl interior. Inside, the full center console and wood grain interior trim prove the high-end nature of the car, but the coolest feature found on this car is the optional Chrysler-branded cassette recorder with a microphone.
Under the hood, you'll find a 340 CID V8 with four-barrel carburetor, which was originally rated at 240 horsepower back in 1972. This engine delivers plenty of muscle, but this 'Cuda is definitely set up to be a cruiser with the small-block engine mated to a three-speed automatic transmission, while the factory air conditioning means this car will keep you cool on your way to the car show.
If you're in the market for a true 1972 Plymouth 'Cuda that hasn't been abused or modified, this survivor being sold by Art & Speed is the perfect car. It is currently being listed for $32,900, but you can click HERE to make an offer.
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