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A Tribute to My 1970 'Cuda - Mopar Rules...!

My 1970 'Cuda. Matching numbers, 4 speed manual tranny, 340 cubic inch V8 factory HiPo Engine, B5 blue. Simply put, awesome. Regretfully this is only a tribute since I sold it and wished I never did... :( The 1970 'Cuda... The most awesome muscle car ever. Mopar Rules...!


 


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