1973 Plymouth Cuda Hemi Restomod
The 1973 Plymouth Cuda is one the most fearsome vehicles of the muscle car era. So when you have a restomod with a 540+ hp supercharged Hemi V8, five-speed stick shift, custom A/C interior, and the slickest paint around, you know the top dog has arrived. Tangelo Orange - that's the name of the amazing color that immediately grabs your attention. While that bold shade and extra deep clearcoat are worth every penny (even on the undercarriage!) that's not all that keeps you focused on this coupe. Just looking down the flanks of this 'Cuda, you can see that the money was spent wisely, because the sheetmetal is straight on this 45-year-old muscle machine. Panel fit and body gaps are far superior to what you would had from the factory, which makes for the best canvas around. And yes, we love how they customized the front fascia and fenders to give it the unique setup only found in 1971. And speaking of the front end, the grille's blacked-out treatment has an aggressive presence against the orange that's continued on the hood scoops, side vents, rear panel, and spoiler. And this dark attitude is continued on the custom pieces like the unique version of the hallmark HEMI "billboard" stripes, and the 18-inch DUB forged wheels. The result is an aggressive custom take on an iconic muscle car. And that's why this presentation is already an award-winner. No expense was spared getting the inside to be the coolest custom setup any Mopar fan would love. It carries the iconic classic elements like the pistol-grip shifter, but there's so much more. The exterior orange is used as an accent and embroidery for the custom leather/suede seats. And it continues as a piping for the door panels and custom center console. That kind of attention to uniform detail is a true award-winning touch only seen on the best cars. You'll slip behind the custom chrome wheel and see all the information you need displayed on the cool orange-backed Legacy full gauge package. This coupe is loaded with a power driver's seat, power windows, custom cup holders, and ice-cold air conditioning. The Clarion AM/FM/CD stereo has a hookup for your iPod to play out of the JBL speakers, but really your favorite soundtrack will always begin in the engine bay. This build is custom to the core with the 426 cubic-inch Hemi V8. It was custom installed to look amazing as the smooth painted inner walls coordinate with the cover and the writing on the polished valve covers. But more than just style, this has some serious substance. While the massive V8 would usually be enough for most people, this build is only getting started. The Hemi has been enhanced with a Techco twin-screw 3.0 supercharger, fuel injection, and TTI long tube headers that feed the performance X-pipe dual exhaust. The full package is rated at 540+ horsepower, and you get to control its full fury and thunderous sound via the stout Tremec TKO 600 five-speed manual transmission. And while we already had you looking under the car at the cool orange paint, don't forget to check out the suspension upgrades, too. With tubular A-arms up front, a thick front sway bar, reinforced arms in the rear, and adjustable coilovers at each wheel, this is a superior street machine. Plus, this full handling package is topped off with Wilwood drilled and slotted four-wheel disc brakes and the grip of BF Goodrich gForce tires. This was already a rare and desirable Mopar before the custom work began, and you'll be given the owner's manual and receipts to prove it all. So this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity on a Mopar that was built to win awards and eat the streets. Don't miss out, call today!