Perfectly Restored 1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda Fish

1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda Front

We are ending this week with this legendary and very rare 1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda which comes from Tennessee, a country with a very long and highly raised tradition for American muscle cars. Back in the days, the AAR ‘Cudas were factory-built race cars and were used in the legendary Trans-Am racing series, along with the Camaro Z/28, Firebird Trans Am, Mustang Boss 302, and the Challenger T/A 340.

1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda Back

The current owner dreamed about this 1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda since childhood. In 2013 he made that dream a reality by purchasing a 340 6 pack, 4 Speed Cuda from Florida. He towed it home to Tennessee where he worked on it every weekend for 5 years. With help from his father, this AAR ‘Cuda became a true masterpiece, a wet dream for every Mopar enthusiast.

1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda Interior

The 70 ‘Cuda AAR (All American Racers) is the street version of the original race car concept. It is factory equipped with a Chrysler 340 cubic inch, 5.6-liter Six Pack LA small-block V8 engine, rated at 290 horsepower and 345-pound feet of torque. Behind the engine it has a 4-speed pistol-grip manual transmission, spinning 3.91:1 rear gears. As a finish, it has Mopar 15-inch Rally wheels wrapped with Goodyear Polyglas GT tires.

source: Holley

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