1970 Plymouth 'Cuda 4 Speed with Govier Decoding and Original Broadcast Sheet

Price: - Item location: Frisco, Texas, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Barracuda
  • SubModel: "Cuda
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 63,737
  • VIN: BS23H0B433347
  • Color: Yellow
  • Engine size: 440
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1970 Plymouth Barracuda

Here we have for sale the nicest unrestored Cuda I have run across. This was a car that spent much of its' life being a drag racer. Only nod to that on this car is a Vertical Gate Shifter and traction bars. No cut or rolled wheel openings. I bought from a huge Body Shop owner in North Carolina who is big into Mopars and his wife wouldn't let him keep this. He said he has never seen a car with this little rust. It was originally a B7 Evening Blue with a 340 and 4 speed. Someone painted it some time ago Bahama Yellow. It had one area in the passenger rear that had a crunch I had fixed before trailering it out to me. Seats are perfect, Door panels are perfect, Dash pad is perfect, Headliner is perfect, Rally Dash is original and all lights work. There is an aftermarket tach you can see in the photos. It is unreal how original and what great shape this car is in. The seats have Legendary covers that are in perfect shape. Seats move back and forth perfectly, seat belts (even has shoulder harnesses clipped up) work perfectly, windows all roll up and down smoothly. Grill is in excellent driver shape and bumpers are straight but will need rechromed. The rest of the exterior trim all appears to be there (rear wheelwell moldings are with car just not installed because of far rear tires that don't rub). All trim for the rear panel is present but removed for aforementioned repair along with flip down license plate holder. It has Road Lamps switches and wiring lamps and brackets are not with car. Car is SUPER straight with just a couple minor places to get leveled out.
Car now has a 68 440 HP with dual quads and a Crower Solid Lifter Cam and Rockers and high compression pistons. Information I have says that the car ran 12.02 at 127 with 11x29 slicks. It is very tame and I actually taught my teenage son to drive a stick in this thing just this weekend. It has Chrysler Registry paperwork and fender tag along with fender tag breakdown. Even the original Broadcast Sheet comes with the car. Original 340 is nowhere to be found so please don't ask.
If you are looking for the easiest restoration project out there, you just found it. Heck, you can drive this just like it is too with a quick touch up to the area just repaired.