Friday, March 8, 2019

1971 Plymouth Cuda Convertible

1 of only 12 BBL Automatic Cuda Convertibles produced in 1971. Documented with the original broadcast sheet. Extensive restoration completed with original and NOS parts. Believed to be 21,026 miles. 440 BBL engine. Dual exhaust with chrome tips. D32 Heavy duty automatic transmission. A34 Super Track Pak with 4.10 gears. Power brakes. FE5 Bright Red with Black convertible top.
The multi-carbureted Mopar E-body convertibles of the early 1970s are among the most highly desired vehicles on the market.
Under the scalloped sport hood is the 440 6-BBL engine with a 385 HP rating that was more than enough for most buyers. The engine bay is flawless in its execution, with the oval air cleaner, OE-design black battery, cast manifolds and dual exhaust ending in chrome tips. Built under the A34 Super Track Pak code, this Plymouth came with the D32 heavy-duty A727 automatic transmission and a Dana 60 differential featuring 4.10 Sure Grip gearing.
Final-year 1971 Cuda convertibles are well established among enthusiasts as the ultimate Muscle Car. While the 7 Hemi Cuda convertibles stand at the top as the most valuable engine-option for 1971, the 17 Cuda convertibles built with the V-code 440 6-BBL engine command the same respect.