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Offline 70pcuda

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**SOLD** 1970 4-Speed Cuda
« on: August 18, 2017 - 10:12:40 am »
I have decided to put my 1970 Cuda up for sale to fund other projects.
 This is an actual Cuda and not a clone. This is an original BS23N0B car which started life as a 383 4 barrel car with a 4 speed and console. The 4 speed transmission was replaced somewhere in its life with an 18-spline Hemi transmission. The 383 in the car is not the original block, the engine in the car is dated 1971. I have had quite a bit of work done to the Cuda over the years. The car was repainted the original FE5 Rallye Red around 2003. I had the rear frame rails, trunk pan, and trunk extensions replaced with parts from Year One at that time. The right side quarter panel was replaced at some point in it's life. It's still a pretty good paint job but I would not call it a show car by any means. This is what I would call a very good driver quality 1970 Cuda. This car has some desirable options like the A22 Rubber bumpers, premium interior with overhead console, plus its a 4-speed. It was originally a black vinyl top car, but that was long gone before I bought it. This car has the Fast EZ-EFI on it and it drives great. What a difference the fuel injection made in the drivability and throttle response. The rear ends 3.23 gears make it a breeze to cruise 70 MPH on the freeway and can still easily spin the tires. I added the original 3 speaker dash bezels to the dash and installed four infinity speakers in the front and Pioneer 6x9s in the rear of the car, so the tunes sound pretty good too. But mostly I just leave the radio off to listen to the big block rumble. I would not be afraid to drive this car anywhere and frequently drive in 2 hours to Columbus Oh and 2 hours back home for various car shows. I have taken this car to car shows and had plenty of compliments and awards. I do have the broadcast sheet, but the fender tag is missing. This is a really nice Cuda but I would encourage serious buyers to come take a look before buying. If you have questions feel free to give me a call or text at 937-six3eight-nine27one, I will return all voicemails if Im not available. Selling it for $49,500 or Make Offer. I have described the car to the best of my ability and it is being sold as-is. I am in Midwest Ohio.

I have a lot more photos located here:https://goo.gl/photos/f9CMXVbRcnaBGoRg8

Recent upgrades over the last two years include:

FAST EZ-EFI fuel injection, I worked really hard at trying to hide this system. It sure made a big difference in drivability. I hid the controller in the custom built glove box, which can be easily accessed if needed.
Firecore RTR billet distributor and coil
Engine, Trans, rear end were freshened up in the last 3000 Miles
New Carpet, shifter boot, Interior is all Dynamated (actually FatMat)
New 3-point seat belts from Wesco Performance
New front brake pads, rear shoes, drilled and slotted front rotors
New Cast Aluminum Magnum Road Wheels (made by Dynacorn)
New steel front spoiler - from spoilersbyrandy.com
Engine/Drivetrain Specs.

1971 383 Block, Keith Black pistons - KB162
Hughes cam HEH1923BL-10+3 (specs below)
Hughes valve springs - 130 lbs @1.9", 300lbs @ .500 lift
906 heads with 2.14 Intake and 1.81 Exh. Valves, Hardened Seats
Mopar Performance stamped rockers
Edelbrock Performer RPM intake
FAST EZ-EFI
Mopar Performance Valve Covers
Dynomax headers, Ceramic Coated by JetHot
Dynomax 2.5" ultraflow race mufflers
Flowmaster mandrel bend tailpipes, with Summit brand X pipe
Schumacher Torque strap
18-spline A-833 HEMI transmission
Centerforce clutch and pressure plate
Pistol Grip handle was re-chromed/restored by Brewer's Performance
It has manual steering and non-power front disc brakes, 26 radiator, 8.75 rear with 3.23 sure grip. Mopar Performance frame connectors that were modified to fit and welded in.

 Front end consists of 1975 Dart front spindles with Drilled and slotted front rotors, Aluminum late model master cylinder, AR engineering aluminum master cylinder adapter, Biondo line lock on the front brakes with hidden switch.

 The front end was rebuilt with PST suspension kit, Factory front sway bar

 Relays wired into headlights and fog lamps (hidden under the battery tray) for bright light without dimming at idle

 Dynacorn (actually made by goldenleafautomotive.com) Cast aluminum Magnum Road Wheels. Most people dont even notice that they arent stock 14 wheels with beauty rings.

 Front - 15x7, 4" backspacing with 235/60R15 BFGoodrich Radial T/A's
 Rear - 15x8, 4" backspacing with 275/60R15 BFGoodrich Radial T/A's

Interior
 Factory original leather seats are showing a little wear, has factory Overhead console, there is an Autometer Tach on steering column, gauges under dash, Rallye Dash, Clock was rebuilt with Quartz internals, JVC stereo

Decoded Options
 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda
 Vin # BS23N0B242026
 2 03 E76175 Vehicle order number = build date = February 3, 1970
 B Barracuda
 S Special
 23 Two Door Hardtop
 N 383 cid V8 4 bbl carburetor
 0 Model Year = 1970
 B Hamtramck, Michigan
 242026 Assembly Plant Sequential Serial Number

Broadcast Sheet Codes
 E63 383 cid V8 4bbl carburetor (HP) 335 HP
 PR Interior Trim Code = Premium, Type Seat = Leather Bucket Seats
 X9 Black
 V01 Mono-tone Paint

Option Codes
 A22 Front and Rear Rubber Bumpers
 * Elastomeric Front and Rear Bumpers - Red only
 * Remote-Control Racing Mirror-Left Outside - Red Only
 * Racing Mirror-Right Outside - Red Only
 * Belt Molding
 * Deck Panel Molding Treatment

 A62 Rallye Instrument Cluster
 * Variable-Speed Wipers with Electric Washer
 * Tachometer
 * Electric Clock
 * Heater Control Floodlight
 * 150 MPH Speedometer
 * Trip Odometer w / Push-Button Reset
 * Wood-Grain Instrument Cluster Applique
 * Oil Pressure Gauge added for Full Instrumentation

 B11 Heavy Duty Drum 11" Brakes, Front & Rear- Auto Adj.
 C93 Shag Carpet class 1 short pile
 D21 A833 4 Speed Manual w/ Hurst Floor Shift Linkage
 D53 3.21/3.23:1 Rear Axle Ratio
 D91 Sure Grip Differential
 F23 50 Amp/Hour Battery 375 cca
 FE5 Exterior Paint = Ralley Bright Red
 H11 Front Heater w/ Defroster
 J15 Cigar Lighter
 T87 F70 x 14 Polyglass Raised White Letter Tires
 V1X Full Vinyl Roof (Black)
 V6X Longitudinal Sport Stripe (Black)
 W34 Collapsible Spare Tire
 Y11 Domestic Publications - Military Sales Order
 Y09 Specifications for: Export Order
 Y14 Sold Car
« Last Edit: September 08, 2017 - 11:50:41 am by 4Cruizn »




Offline 70pcuda

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*SOLD* Re: 1970 4-Speed Cuda
« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2017 - 02:44:04 pm »
How do I delete or mark this post sold?  I don't have the modify option on the original post.  The car has been sold.

Thanks
« Last Edit: September 08, 2017 - 07:38:49 am by 70pcuda »