Curated Classics is excited to offer this stunning numbers-matching and well-preserved 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda. The perfect addition to any collection or garage, this well-kept 'Cuda has a numbers-matching engine and transmission, has never been fully restored, and has accumulated a little over 50,000 original miles that show correct on the odometer.
Every owner that has possessed this beauty has been keen on its preservation and upkeep, and it has an extensive paper trail starting with the original broadcast sheet along with its first 1971 registration. When David Lind took ownership of the car in 1976, that's when documentation became even more colorful for this collectible 'Cuda. Being a huge car enthusiast, David took this Hemi-powered Cuda to its first Hemi owner's group meet. On top of that, every single receipt that involves any money spent on the car has been kept and thrown into a binder that is over two inches thick. Thanks to the meticulously maintained records, we know that this muscle car was repainted about 30 years ago and that the engine has been rebuilt at some point along the way. Back in 2006, it was given a full visual inspection by Galen Govier where it was confirmed to be an all numbers-matching muscle car. Also during this time, this vintage Plymouth was given a 2.4 rating on its overall condition, a rating that falls between "fine" and "very good".
Plymouth manufactured this two-door pony car for one full decade from 1964 to 1974. The 1970 model was the beginning of the third-generation 'Cuda, and it was given a redesign similar to the Dodge Challenger, although the two did not share any sheetmetal. For the first time, the Plymouth 'Cuda sat on Chrysler's E-body platform instead of the A-body that was the foundation for previous generations. The car was available in both coupe and convertible options, but the car was nixed after the 1974 model year.
Whether the car is destined to sit in a collection or for an enthusiast looking forward to sunny weekend cruises, this vintage Plymouth is the perfect fit for the job. If this is the meticulously maintained Hemi 'Cuda that you've been searching for, contact Curated Classics today. The car is listed at $245,000, but feel free to make an offer here.
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