1971 plymouth cuda 340,4spd, 13,731 original mile Survivor SASSY with Billboards

Price: US $75,000.00 Item location: Easton, Connecticut, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Barracuda
  • SubModel: Survivor
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Cuda
  • Year: 1971
  • Mileage: 13,731
  • VIN: BS23H1B345786
  • Color: Green
  • Engine size: 340-4
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: Cassette Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1971 Plymouth Barracuda Cuda

1971 Cuda 340 4spd SURVIVOR with 13,731 original miles

3 pages of more Pics at: https://www.flickr.com/gp/131023070@N06/24BLQ5

What you are looking at is an unrestored cuda with an amazing combination of colors and options and it has only been driven 13,731 miles since 1971. It has its numbers matching (original)engine, trans and rear end. All the body numbers match as well as the dash VIN tag, door sticker and fender tag. Documentation includes: mint original broadcast sheet,original braking distance sheet and original warranty paperwork. The car was sold new at Lockmoor ChryslerPlymouth Inc. in Detroit MI to Cleo Davidson of Cleo MI. The body panels are rust free and original. The interior is like new. The original seats and carpet are beautiful. The bottom of the seats are as nice as the top. There is no rust on springs or tracks. The original dash cluster and pad are also mint with no cracks. The paint on the floors under the back seat is fantastic. The car runs and drives like it did in 1971 with a very smooth clutch and nice ride. The paint is mostly original. I believe that the passenger front fender has been repainted. There are some dings on the trunk li, one door and header panel. I have taken pics of them along with a small dent in the rear bumper. The engine and engine compartment were repainted. There is no sign of body work on the inside or outside of the fender. It appears that it was never off the car judging by the factory seam sealer and factory undercoating being untouched. The trunk floor wears its original paint and the condition is shown in the pics. The tires are reproduction polyglass F60-15s. The exhaust is not original. It is rare to find a 71 Cuda in this type of original condition with such low miles . A few cars exist but they are mostly bland colorswith automatic transmissions that represent the personalities of their careful meticulous owners. It is near impossible to find one in a high impact color with a 4spd. Let alone Sassy Grass Green 4spd with factory Billboard Stripes, Rally dash and floor mounted cassette player,etc.Here is a breakdown of the factory options listed on the fender tag and still remain in original condition:

EN2 END OF FENDER TAG

26 26" HEAVY DUTY RADIATOR

V6X BLACK BILL BOARD STRIPES

R26AM RADIO WITH FLOOR MOUNT CASSETTE DECK

N85 TACH

N42CHROME EXHAUST TIPS

N41 DUAL EXHAUST

M88 DECK MOULDING TREATMENT

M31BODY BELT MOULDING

M25BODY SILL MOULDING

M21DRIP RAIL MOULDINGS

L31FENDER TURN SIGNALS

L25 TRUNK COMPARTMENT LIGHT

J54 SPORT HOOD

J45 HOOD PINS

J25 3SPD WIPERS

G33 LEFT OUTSIDE REMOTE CHROME RACING MIRROR

C55 BUCKET SEATS

A62 RALLY DASH

A31 3.91 SURE GRIP HIGH PERFORMANCE AXEL PKGE

A01 LIGHT PACKAGE

UUSA PRODUCTION

V1XBLACK VINYL TOP

FJ6SASSY GRASS GREEN BODY PAINT

H6X9 BLACK BUCKET SEATS

000NO UPPER DOOR FRAME PAINT

401SCHEDULED PRODUCTION DATE OF APRIL 1ST 1971

047678ORDER NUMBER

E55 340 ENGINE

D21 4SPD TRANS

BS23H1B345786VIN NUMBER

This is one of the best examples of a 71 Cuda that I have ever seen. Why am I selling it? I have focused my collection on 71 Cuda Convertibles and 71 Cuda Hemi Hardtops.If you are considering buying this car, I suggest that you pull the trigger on the buy it now fast because I truly believe that when this car is sold, there will be many disappointed people that had wished they had been the one who bought it. Inspections are welcome. message me for my phone number if you would like to talk to me.

Link to pics is: https://www.flickr.com/gp/131023070@N06/24BLQ5

there are 3 pages of pics.


Good luck!

Steve Klein