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Today’s Car: Fully Restored 440 6-Pack V-code ’70 Cuda with Date Coded Engine Block

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If you’re looking for a Cuda to hop in and enjoy immediately then this may be the car for you. This Cuda finished in it’s original Citron Mist has had a rotisserie restoration at one point and is still very nice. A lot of attention was given to originality and it shows. With this Cuda you can both enjoy it as the nice driver it is while still being nice enough to win some local shows. It is an original v code car with what I believe to be a period correct warranty block.While the shaker hood is a very nice improvement it is not original to this car. As you will see in pictures there has also been a lot of work done to the bottom of this Cuda. Body numbers and fender tag are original to car.


The paint and body work are exceptionally nice. The panel alignment and gaps are better then factory and the paint has a nice deep shine with hardly any imperfections. The body panels are all very flat.The vinyl top is nice and correct with no looseness or bubbles. All the windows roll up and down as they should and have a nice fit with each other and all glass is in very good condition as well. I believe that all the chrome and stainless to either be new or refurbished including the bumpers.


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The engine starts up quickly and idles smoothly in a relatively short time. There are no weird noises knocks or rattles and has a nice healthy sound thru the flow master mufflers. The tranny shifts as it should and has a wicked kick down. I believe the 83/4 pumpkin to be the original 355 sure grip and it functions properly with a very slight howl In acceleration.

The interior has been redone in years past with still very nice headliner seats carpeting dash pad and gauges.

While I did not build this car I have done many ground up resto’s on several Mopars and I consider myself to be somewhat picky. I would have no problem of putting my stamp on this car.

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