1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda

1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda

1970 Hemi Cuda- 38,000 original miles- matching numbers- runs & drives great- looks awesome!!
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1970 Plymouth Hemi Barracuda

 

38,000 original miles

 

VIN: BS23R08159496

 

This is a one of 300 or so 1970 Hemi Cuda’s produced in 1970

 

It is actually kind of rare being that it is one of a hand full of bench seat column shift rear window defroster cars in Lime Light Green to be produced in 1970. All body numbers match the original broadcast sheet and fender tag, the car has the numbers matching 426 Hemi engine, 727 Torqueflite automatic with factory transmission cooler and power steering, 8 ¾ 3:55 suregrip differential drum brakes.

 

Being this car has such low miles this and this car was in pretty good original conditionand had not been restored but needing to be painted to preserve the car from minimal surface rust. The car was disassembled all items bagged and tagged the original steel panels were rotisserie cleaned and as it was from the factory not to be overdone painted with base, clear coat paint. The paint on the underside of the hood and trunk lid is original as well as the Shaker and jacking instructions decals.

 

According to the broadcast sheet the car was supposed to have undercoating, we chose not to under coatthe car so the original floor pans would be completely visible. The was then reassembled to as close to original as possible with its original parts only a limited amount of items that were replaced due to age.

 

The headliner, carpet, door and body seals, brake and fuel lines, exhaust wheels and tires. The car has its original interior with exception of the above mentioned items. According to the broadcast sheet this car is not supposed to have the hockey stripe but at some point it was added to the car maybe dealer installed so we put the stripe back on the car after it was painted can be removed if desired.

 

The original engine and transmission and carburetors have new seals and gaskets but not rebuilt to retain the originality of the car. To the best of our knowledge this car has been put back as built from the factory runs and drives great looks awesome!

 

All the paint and assembly work was done by David King Restorations in Hamersville, Ohio