1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda 340 for Sale in California
Visit http://sanfranciscosportscars.com/1970-plymouth-cuda-340/ to see this
amazing 1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda for sale from San Francisco Sports Cars.
This Plymouth Cuda sports the 340 6 pack engine with 290hp, 335 lb-ft
Torque and a very impressive for the day 14.4 second quarter mile time.
Production of the AAR 'Cuda ran only 1 month and 2,724 were produced for
the U.S. Market, 1,120 had the A-833 four-speed manual transmission.
This Plymouth Cuda has had a complete restoration of all but the interior
which is too good to attend to. Great looking paint complete with the
distinctive AAR graphics package, matte-black lift-off fiberglass hood, and
black ducktail spoiler. She also sports a cool Hurst pistol grip shifter.
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San Francisco Sports Cars
191 Industrial Rd
San Carlos, CA 94070
1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda 340 Six-Pack Four-Speed
I thought you'd like a look a this nicely restored 1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda.
It's powered by a 340 Six-pack, backed by a four-speed manual with a pistol
grip shifter. Everything has been restored to look exactly like it would
have from the factory. This is a true, numbers matching AAR as well. It
really looks like new, both inside and out. As you can hear, it sounds
pretty darn good too. Thanks for taking a look!
Filmed at Fast Lane Classic Cars in St. Charles, Missouri
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
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Bouncy, Grooving 2010
1970 AAR Cuda for sale by ShowYourAuto.com
ShowYourAuto.com is proud to present this 1970 AAR Cuda freshly concours
corrected The Finer Details, Galen Govier Visual Inspection confirms 100%
Numbers Matching Original drivetrain and body numbers. Call Patrick Krook
at 847-838-3749 -or- visit her Showyourauto.com listing at:
1970 AAR Cuda FOR SALE flemings ultimate garage
Super rare, matching #s, build sheet, original bill of sale, 2 fender tags,
matching #s 340 6-bbl @ 290hp (3X2bbl carbs), matching #s pistol grip
4-speed trans, 8 ¾ rear with sure grip, power disc brakes, fast ratio
steering, correct fresh air hood, ducktail rear spoiler, mirror finish
Alpine white paint w/ black callouts, black bucket seat interior w/ factory
console, correct side exit Exhaust, 15
rally wheels w/ BFG radial T/As, all new chrome + stainless, correct
compact spare, 1 of only 1,120 built!
132407 / 1970 Plymouth AAR 'Cuda
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This fully documented 1970 AAR 'Cuda features 100% matching numbers, a
high-quality restoration, and is painted my personal favorite color, Burnt
Orange Metallic. Expertly applied over a fully restored 'Cuda body, the
paint is dazzling and it's a good thing the AAR comes with a blacked-out
hood, otherwise you'd have a hard time driving it on a sunny day. A proper
AAR decal package, including strobe stripes and All American Racers chevron
on the rear quarters, has been installed. The blacked-out rear spoiler
matches the hood and ties the whole car together nicely, with the result
being a car that looks every bit the part of a race-ready piece.
AARs received their own unique powerplant, a 340 cubic inch small block
topped by three two-barrel carburetors. While all that carburetion might
seem like overkill on a small block, the result is a car that loves to rev
and never seems to run out of breath. That big air cleaner draws fresh,
cool air from the functional hood scoop, and force feeds the Holleys
underneath. The fender tags are reproductions, but the originals are
included as part of the documentation package, and no liberties have been
taken in their content. And in case you didn't catch it before, this is the
original, numbers-matching engine.
Underneath, this car is incredibly clean with floors that have been
finished like the rest of the body. The original 4-speed manual
transmission spins an 8.75-inch rear full of easy-cruising 3.55 gears. The
AARs received a special side-exiting Exhaust setup, and this one has an accurate
system that doesn't look cobbled together like so many muffler shop
specials. A new gas tank hangs out back feeding fresh lines, and the brake
system has been fully rebuilt at all four corners. The finishing touch is a
set of handsome Rallye wheels wearing staggered-size Goodyear Polyglas GT
The interior is also as correct as the body, done in black vinyl with
high-back buckets as original. If you need any additional proof of the 340s
high-RPM proclivities, look no further than the original 6500 RPM
tachometer, and believe me, nothing sounds more amazing than a V8 running
at high speeds. The buckets feature new seat covers, there are fresh
carpets on the floor, and overhead the headliner is taut and wrinkle-free.
As a performance car, there's no weight-adding console, and it looks pretty
butch with the shifter just sticking out of the transmission tunnel like
that. Under the rear spoiler, you'll find a nicely finished trunk with a
new mat and a correct space-saver spare complete with inflator bottle and a
full jack assembly.
The AAR might be the most collectable of the small block Mopars. With a
fascinating story behind them, they were a cool experiment from a time when
automakers were willing to try almost anything to improve their performance
credentials. They're also fabulous cars to drive, with that lightweight V8
under the hood, handling is exceptional, and those three deuces make a
sound like nothing you've ever heard before. This one is beautifully
restored in a very cool period color and it's a combination that always
attracts a lot of attention here in the showroom. Look at prices on Boss
302s and Camaro Z/28s
lately, and you'll understand why the AAR is so highly sought. Call today!
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