1974 CUDA 440 with 5 speed Pistol Grip-American Muscle Cars Palatine,IL 847 485 8449
Originally a 318 3 speed car. 1 of 335 built. It had a full nut/bolt, rotiss. restoration. It now has the 440 dual quad with a 5 speed tremec trans with the original pistol grip. It has all the original rust free panels,floors, glass, chrome, and trim. Original interior as well except for the Autometer gauges, Galen Govier Registry #42 of 54 known left to exist. Keith Black Pistons Steel Crank ARP Bolts Dual Quad Edelbrock Carbs Aluminum Heads MSD Ignition PainLess Wiring Be COOL Radiator Howards Hydrolic Cam $20k paint job All work done approx. 4 yrs ago. Tremec 5 Spd trans. American Muscle Cars Palatine,IL 847 485 8449
just metal restorations mopar 1971 plymouth cuda 440 six pack, hemi 4-speed, slide show
this is my 1971 barracuda that my father and i built. i did all the
painting, dad did all the metal work, and i did the blocking and the final
stuff, i had the seats done, but every thing else was done in house, Just
Metal American Muscle Car Restorations owned by my father Dale Wamsley.
from start to finish it took about 6 years and it took me 2 years to talk
the owner into selling it to me. The blue 68 gtx is my dads car, it is 440
six pack with a six speed and a dana 60 with 4.10 gears, it is a sweet car
and done just like mine, rotisserie and it looks as good on the bottom as
it does on the top. but this is justt my way of trying to let people see
the work we do my here is some other pics of cars we have done....
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1971 Dodge Demon Dyno Run Dyno run of my 1971
Dodge Demon running a small block with a 671 blower. Dyno nad tuning were done by
Modern Muscle in Oswego, IL.
UPDATE: New 1,020 HP blown SB 440 (Mopar R3 race block) running on E-85.
To see the new motor go here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAnK-uXl9Fk
Muscle Motors built the engine but did not show the Dyno gauges in the video - their
1970 Plymouth Cuda 440 6-Pack Convertible FOR SALE flemings ultimate garage
1 of only 12 built! Original "V" code Cuda, 440-6bbl V-8 @ 390hp, original
HD Torqueflite trans, 83/4 Sure Grip (posi) rear diff, correct coded mirror
finish Lemon Twist yellow paint w/ black callouts, Shaker hood fresh air
package, black bucket seat interior w/ factory console & pistol grip
shifter, black power convertible top w/ matching boot, Rally dash w/ 8K
tach + 150mph speedo, power disc brakes, fast ratio power steering, 15"
Rally wheels w/ BFG radial T/A's, great sounding dual Exhaust w/ correct chrome bumper exit tips, all
new chrome & polished stainless, beautifully restored, correct VIN, fender
tag, restored and super rare.
1972 Plymouth 'Cuda Restoration Process
A 1972 Plymouth 'Cuda Restoration Process. 340 Automatic. 10 to 1
compression. This car was the dream of Dan Wells to complete, but he died
of a rare blood disease before it was completed. Every year there is a
poker run in his memory to raise money for local people that are suffering
from other rare diseases and there is a scholarship that is given out to a
Centralia student that wishes to further his education in the automotive
industry. To see full pictures go to www.deansbodyshop.com
70 Plum Crazy Cuda
Plymouth Cuda. 440, 6-pack. Keisler 5 spd trans. Fresh, total
restoration. This is it's initial start up.
1974 Plymouth Cuda STK # 1124
Last of the breed! Check out this fully restored 1974 Plymouth Cuda that is
immaculate from top to bottom. This car has all the bells and whistles
including new Vintage AC for those hot summer days. Under hood you'll find
a very powerful Mopar Performance 383 V8 that will run with the best of
them. Everything on this car is working great right down to the Rally clock
in the dash. Many consider the 1974 Barracudas as the last of the muscle
cars. For more information or to inquire about financing please call us at
1971 71 hemicuda cuda - IT'S DONE!
My 71 hemicuda re-creation comes home - DECEMBER 30, 2010: Sassy Grass
green on black, 472 custom-built HEMI with aluminum heads, low-profile oil
pan, 5-speed Keisler Tremec transmission with pistol grip shiter, aluminum
radiator with dual fans, Keisler driveshaft, custom-built Strange Dana 60
with 3:54 gears, Mopar dropped spindles, 4-wheel Wilwood drilled & slotted
rotor disc brakes, 18" BOSS rims with low-profile BFGoodrich tires, Vintage
Air, original HEMI k-frame, original rimblow steering wheel, shaker hood,
front eyebrow spoilers, rear gull wing, rallye gauges, leather seats,
billboards, color-keyed grille, and elastomeric (painted) bumpers.
1971 71 hemicuda cuda - ready to rumble!
My 71 hemicuda re-creation has all the bugs worked out - It's ready to
rumble! - APRIL 30, 2011: Sassy Grass green on black, 472 custom-built HEMI
with aluminum heads, low-profile oil pan, 5-speed Keisler Tremec
transmission with pistol grip shiter, aluminum radiator with dual fans,
Keisler driveshaft, custom-built Strange Dana 60 with 3:54 gears, Mopar
dropped spindles, 4-wheel Wilwood drilled & slotted rotor disc brakes, 18"
BOSS rims with low-profile BFGoodrich tires, Vintage Air, original HEMI
k-frame, original rimblow steering wheel, shaker hood, front eyebrow
spoilers, rear gull wing, rallye gauges, leather seats, billboards,
color-keyed grille, and elastomeric (painted) bumpers.
134560 / 1968 Plymouth GTX
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/o5gvjop
Dressed in a unique bronze on black color combination, rocking a big block
440 Super Commando V8 under its hood and equipped with a super rare dealer
installed dual quad intake, this awesome 1968 Plymouth GTX is the kind of
car you can take to the local strip to beat up crosstown rivals, or take on
an everyday grocery run!
This stunning three owner 1968 Plymouth GTX is one of the finest Mopar
muscle cars on the planet! Its complete rebuild began when Dale Wamsley of
Just Metal Restorations meticulously stripped its solid original body down
to bare metal and block sanded every facet into a smooth, consistent
canvas. Once the cars factory accurate panels were fully prepped from
beginning to end, a correct coat of Chrysler code M Turbine Bronze Metallic
was expertly applied under correct black horizontal side stripes and buffed
to a brilliant wet-look shine that can only be achieved with today's highly
advanced paint technology.
Fully detailed, covered in Plymouth turquoise and currently wearing only
break-in miles since a complete rebuild, this slick Plymouths 440 cubic
inch Super Commando V8 is spectacular in every measurable way! The coolest
thing about this legendary Chrysler mill is its dual quad Edelbrock intake
that, according to a story passed down with the title and a dealer warranty
sticker that's still present in the driver's side door jamb, is a correct
dealer installed piece which is original to the car. At the top of that
intake, two modern carburetors, which have been blasted to appear vintage,
sip fuel through fresh stainless fuel lines and suck air through a fresh
re-usable filter element that is clamped into a chrome Edelbrock air
cleaner. At the base of that intake, a correct points distributor sends
fire through Autolite Professional plug wires. And at the sides of that
intake, restored original Exhaust
manifolds send spent gases into a great sounding true dual Exhaust system.
Behind the big bore engine you'll find a freshly rebuilt A833 18 spline
4-speed manual transmission which sends power to a correct Dana 60 Sure
Grip rear end that's stuffed with stout 3.54 gears. Naturally, the front
torsion bar and rear leaf spring suspension has been completely restored
and includes: a rebuilt manual steering system, new rear springs and new
shocks at every wheel. At the center of the car, a free flowing 2.5 inch
aluminized Exhaust system sends spent
gases through an H-pipe crossover to two chamber turbo mufflers and traditional stainless tips. And
at the corners of the car, new stainless brake lines and new brake hoses
supply fully rebuilt factory front disc and rear drum brakes which sit
behind mandatory chrome Magnum 500 wheels and meaty 215/70 turbo-Tech redline tires.
This Plymouths fender tag says it was originally equipped with an S6X Black
interior; and accordingly, it has been restored with a roster of
reproduction parts which provide the kind of jaw-dropping good looks you
just can't find in today's cars. The rear bench and the front buckets seats
are firm and, despite being traditional muscle car vinyl, feel much more
upscale than most. At the bottom of those seats, new black carpet props a
correct Hurst shifter in the middle of a correct, chrome trimmed center
console; and at the top of the seats, a tight black headliner frames a
correct dome light. The cars pristine, wood trimmed dash hangs fully
rebuilt gauges, which include an offset tachometer, beside an original two
watt Solid State AM radio which sports Chrysler's cool thumb-wheel knobs.
In front of the driver, a restored, wood rimmed steering wheel sits on a
rebuilt original steering column. At the sides of the seats, correct door
panels hang new armrests among fresh stainless trim, new Woodgrain applique
and correct gloss black door frames. And behind the cockpit, a fully
restored trunk props a full-size spare tire between a reproduction mat and
a correct decklid decal.
If you're in the market for an old school, investment grade muscle car that
will gain value while you're enjoying it for years to come, this broad
shouldered Plymouth is just what you've been looking for! Call, click or
visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome
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Duketona 354 HEMI Take Off
Duketona is the 1968 Dodge Charger with a 354 HEMI with dual quads and a
Limelight Green Datona wing. Here it is on its first "Shake Down" run and
brake test. Moonshine in the back, fire it up and lets GO!!!