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This unassuming 1970 Plymouth Cuda is a magazine featured steel rocket that is just as comfortable commuting back and forth to work as it is making passes at the local drag strip.
Restored by Mascar Autobody and Paint in Costa Mesa California, this killer '70 Cuda is a clean west coast car that retains all of its original body panels save for an AAR style fiberglass hood. Its factory straight body was completely covered in a great looking coat of Plum Crazy Purple basecoat/clearcoat and accented with flat black paint on its hood, header panel and horizontal side panels.
Under the hood you'll find a 340 Race X block that has been bored and stroked to 427 cubic inches and features a nasty 13 to 1 compression ratio and roughly 750 horsepower! Inside the massive black hood scoop a huge Holley Dominator 4 barrel carburetor sends 110 octane racing fuel and cool air from a high performance K&N filter into a modified single plane Indy intake. At the sides of that intake, slick looking oval port Indy aluminum heads have been fitted with Ferrea valves, K-Motion valve springs, T&D rocker arms and welded Moroso aluminum valve covers. Inside the block a Mopar performance crankshaft pushes Eagle rods and CP pistons while a custom ground Comp cam pops Comp solid roller lifters and Smith Brothers pushrods. At the back of the motor, an MSD digital 7AL box with two-step launch control sends fire from a Painless wiring harness to a Mallory Unilite distributor and red MSD ignition wires. At the sides of the block, Hooker long tube headers that measure 3.5 inches at the collectors border a custom oil pan with a center link pass through, and in front of the block a custom aluminum radiator carries both an electric fan and a Seatrab transmission cooler.
Underneath this Cuda you'll find more no compromises hardware and professional grade race equipment. A Pro-Trans built 904 3-speed automatic shifts quickly and efficiently while a turbo-Action trans brake and 5,700 stall Continental converter put a wheel stand inducing bite into the cars launches. Out back there's a stalwart Ford 9 inch rear end with an aluminum center section that carries pavement pounding Strange 4.30 gears and tough Moser 35 spline axles. Holding the engine off the ground is a factory torsion bar front suspension that's been upgraded with adjustable QA1 shocks and Wilwood manual disc brakes, and holding the rear end off the ground is Calvert monoleaf springs that are supplemented by adjustable Rancho 1000 shocks, CalTracs traction bars and two more Wilwood manual disc brakes. There's a custom 16 gallon fuel cell out back which sends fuel through a Barry Grant electronic fuel pump, and the massive Hooker headers flow into a vicious sounding ITT three inch Exhaust system that's complete with welded Dynomax mufflers and square stainless tips. At the corners, proven 15 inch aluminum Weld Pro Stars wear 28x4.5 Moroso DS-2 race only front tires and Mickey Thompson 325/50 ET Street radials in the rear.
The interior of this Cuda maintains all of its stock panels and carries the same 'wolf in sheep's clothing' theme as the exterior. During the build a 10-point chrome-moly roll cage that is NHRA certified to 7.99 seconds was built and installed by Bob Miller at BMP in Prescott, Arizona. Inside that cage, you'll find a stock vinyl rear bench and custom front buckets that have been upholstered with correct black vinyl and equipped with four point Simpson race harnesses. Between the seats, the cars original console sits on like-new black carpet and features a correct locking console, buttons for the cars power windows and a Hurst competition ratchet shifter that fits perfectly inside nice looking factory wood applique. In front of the seats, the cars original dash hangs accurate Autometer gauges and sports a large Autometer tachometer with a built in shift light and RPM memory function, and in front of the driver, a simple black Grant steering wheel is wired with a button that retards the cars timing.
Brutally fast yet completely streetable, this awesome '70 Cuda perfectly embodies the Pro Street philosophy.
Installing PerTronix 1181 Ignitor into standard Delco Remy Distributor
For over thirty years, the Ignitor has proven itself in applications
ranging from race cars to tractors. The Ignitor replaces breaker point and
troublesome factory electronic ignitions with a dependable, self contained
and maintenance free electronic ignition system. The Ignitor has been
called the "stealth" ignition because of its quick installation and nearly
undetectable presence under your distributor cap.
Racepumps Mechanical Fuel Pump Evaluation
I finally got to the track. I needed to find out if the mods I had done to
my fuel system would enhance the performance of the RacePumps mechanical
fuel pump. The short answer is YES! This is what I did. First I modified
the original fuel tank with a sump and two 1/2" pipe nipples. There is
another 1/2" pipe nipple, on the driver's side of the tank, facing the leaf
spring near the top corner (towards the axle). This one is used as a vent
to allow air to enter the tank when fuel is being used. The original pick
up in the tank, through the sending unit is used as a return line. I had
mine modified before with two 3/8" steel lines silver soldered in and to a
steel #8 AN fitting which now hooks up to my 1/2" return line. At the
engine, I'm using a Barry Grant 4 Port Regulator which is the Dead Head
type. I have a tunnel ram. So I used the 1/8" gauge port and got a fitting
for 1/8" pipe to #6 AN male, then adapter from #6 AN female to #8 AN male.
This hooks up to a 90 degree hose end #8 AN to #8 hose . The hose hooks to
a 1/2" Aluminum line back to the tank. I threaded the inside of the 1/8"
pipe connector that threads into the regulator and used a brass set screw
and drilled it for a 0.060" hole and threaded the set screw in. This is the
bleed hole for the return line allowing constant fuel flow. I had No fuel
pressure issues. No vapor lock. No fuel related issues at all. The pump
supplied fuel to the carbs at 6.5 psi at the end of the 1/4 mile every
pass. Be sure you put a good flowing inline fuel filter between the tank
and the pump! I used a mesh screen style filter from Russel. Has #8 AN male
ends and a 40 micron screen.
So I'm very happy with the results and if you buy this pump, it will work
but you must have a return line of at least 1/2" and a good size vent in
your tank. Just do it.
132663 / 1978 Pontiac Trans Am SE
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All original from its Hurst T-tops down to its factory Exhaust and white letter tires, this completely
documented 16,800 mile 1978 Trans Am Special Edition has been stored in a
climate controlled facility all of its life and has all the right stuff you
have been looking for.
Assembled at GM's Norwood Ohio manufacturing facility in December of 1977,
this pristine Special Edition Trans Am was delivered to Hansord Pontiac
Company in Minneapolis Minnesota and purchased on January 10th 1978 by the
same dedicated owner that would keep it for close to 33 years. Today, the
car presents as practically brand new with a spectacular coat of original
GM code 19 Starlight Black paint that covers 100% original body panels
which are as solid and straight as the day they left the showroom floor.
Under the hood you'll find this Trans Ams all original 6.6 liter W72 V8
which was the largest muscle car engine you could buy in 1978. Thanks to
government mandated emissions standards, performance had almost been
legislated out of existence, and that left the Trans Am suffering a bit of
an identity crisis. By utilizing smaller "6X" heads from a 350 and a
revised camshaft, the W72 created higher compression and successfully
reversed almost a decade of declining horsepower numbers. At the
top of the motor, an original Rochester 4 barrel carburetor sits under the
cars awesome shaker scoop. Below that carburetor, original GM corporate
blue paint coats the entire block and original Exhaust manifolds send Exhaust into a high performance factory Exhaust system. All the hard parts around the
motor, from the belt driven accessories to the brake Booster and air conditioning hanging on the
fire wall are factory original; and as expected tags, markings and stamps
are just where they should be from the date coded core support to the gold
painted cowl tag.
At the bottom of this Trans Am, a solid and clean all original
undercarriage tells the story of years of excellent maintenance and low
miles. Behind the motor, an original turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed automatic
transmission sends power to the cars original 10 bolt rear end which still
retains its original metal maintenance tag. The original Trans Am
suspension, which includes power steering, thicker sway bars, better shocks
and stiffer springs combines with power front disc brakes and rear drums to
provide quick stops and great handling. The car even still carries its
ORIGINAL power Boosting dual Exhaust system which barks out a deep vintage
sound that most modern Flowmaster and Dynomax mufflers simply can't
duplicate. All of the cars hardware and bushings appear to be in good shape
and out back, a new stainless fuel tank is solid and leak free. At the
corners, original aluminum Pontiac snow flake wheels wear the cars ORIGINAL
225/70 Uniroyal White Letter tires and are adorned with Special Edition
exclusive gold paint and 'gold bird' center caps.
Open this Trans Ams massive black doors and you'll find the cars original
optional velour interior that sports Special Edition exclusive gold trim.
The cars original seats are firm, crisp and look every bit as nice and rich
as their velour name implies. Below the seats, the cars black carpet which
has been carefully protected by factory rubber floor mats, displays no
fading or unraveling at all. Between the seats a silver trimmed black
console houses a storage bin behind the cars automatic shifter, and above
the seats, a stain free headliner is stretched tight around the cars Hurst
T-tops. In front of the driver, an excellent looking engine turned gold
dash houses crystal clear gauges above controls for heat and air
conditioning and the cars original Delco-GM AM/FM stereo. At the sides of
the seats, pitch black door panels feature pristine stainless and chrome
handles for both the doors and windows. Connecting the driver to the road
is a correct gold steering wheel with a black rim and a correct gold
screaming chicken horn button that perfectly matches the cars correct gold
screaming chicken shift knob.
If you're in the market for a kick ass Trans Am that is the quintessential
late 70s American muscle car; here it is. Grab it fast and thank us in ten
years as you watch its value climb!
132667 / 1970 Plymouth Cuda AAR
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As one of only 1,614 automatic 'Cuda AARs ever produced, this freshly
restored small block Mopar is the ideal car for any enthusiast who wants to
win trophies at the show AND look good hauling them home.
Chrysler code FC7 In Violet Metallic is by far the most appealing hue to
come out of Chryslers hip 1970s 'brighter is better' muscle car mindset;
and when executed correctly it is one of the most timeless and dynamic
colors to ever adorn classic Detroit metal. Expertly applied over a fully
restored 'Cuda body which includes brand new floorpans and high quality
reproduction quarters, this cars straight and flat In Violet paint
absolutely glows under its trademark black organisol horizontal panels. The
result is a durable, modern finish which creates a high energy visual
masterpiece that oozes the bare knuckle confidence and old school appeal
which made this Mopar the stuff of legends.
Pull the pins on the flat black fiberglass hood and you'll find a date
correct 340 cubic inch Mopar Trans Am block. Although SCCA Trans Am race
cars were limited to 302 cubic inches, Plymouth decided that the 340 was a
better fit for its street car, and the extra cubic inches generally made
the AARs faster than their Mustang and Camaro competition. Specifically
designed for high performance applications, the beefed up 340 utilizes
three 2 barrel carburetors, a dual plane aluminum intake, a dual points
ignition system, unique high flow cylinder heads, a bigger cylinder bore
with domed pistons, a more aggressive camshaft and a forged steel
crankshaft to create a hefty 10.5 to 1 compression ratio. Due to SCCA
regulations and increasing insurance costs, the motor's output was
understated to 290 horsepower on paper, but in
reality it creates somewhere north of 315 fire breathing horses and easily
disposes of most stop light challengers even today. Whatever the number,
the engine bay of this particular AAR is in brilliant show-ready condition,
with immaculate detailing and exact finishes throughout. The cars awesome
purple paint provides an electrifying contrast against the 340s fresh coat
of Hemi Orange and the massive correctly decaled Six Pack air cleaner looks
great peeking through the cars functional black hood.
The high-winding small block churns power through a tough A727 TorqueFlite
3-speed automatic that was professionally rebuilt and equipped with a new
torque converter just last year. Included with the Trans-Am package is
power steering and a few minor suspension modifications to help the car
hook up quicker and perform better. An 8.75 inch Sure Grip rear axle with
3.55 gears is held up by specially tuned shocks and re-cambered rear
springs which also lift the rear of the car roughly two inches to
accommodate the unique side-exit Exhaust system. Braking is handled by a factory
equipped power front discs and heavy duty 11 inch rear drums, and the car
proudly stands on a new set of 15 inch Rallye wheels featuring what is
generally regarded as the first application of staggered tire sizes with
new 225/60 front and 255/60 rear BF Goodrich T/A radials.
Inside, the cars well-executed, fully restored black vinyl interior is
simple, functional and showroom fresh. The driver and passenger high-back
bucket and rear bench seats are showroom fresh and show no signs of any
wear at all. Below the seats, new black carpet is protected by heavy duty
rubber 'Cuda mats, and above the seats a taut and wrinkle-free headliner
stretches from door to door and window to window. On the doors, new molded
panels proudly hold the 'Cuda name amid subtle stainless trim, and both the
pistol-grip shifter and optional wood grain steering wheel perfectly match
the cars full console and slick Rallye gauge pod. In front of the driver,
rebuilt gauges have all been fully re-faced to better than new status, and
an original Chrysler AM radio still lives in the center of the dash.
With their unique execution and super rare status, Chrysler E-bodies are
extremely hot sellers. The 'Cuda AAR might be the most collectable small
block Mopar of all time. Great performance, unmatched exclusivity and
classic good looks are exactly the combination that creates lasting value.
Motorcycle Mikuni CV Carburetor Cleaning for Suzuki, Honda, Yamaha Tutorial
Links below. Step by step instruction on how to disassemble, clean and
assemble Mikuni CV Carburetors for Suzuki, Honda, Yamaha motorcycles... I
hope you find this tutorial informative if long.
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http://z1enterprises.com These guys always have the best prices and fastest
shipping. Thank you for watching.
Anti Seize Lubricant
132652 / 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge
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Equipped with a fully rebuilt numbers matching drivetrain and sprayed in a
correct, highly desirable color combination, this 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge
wraps a fire-breathing Pontiac V8 and a rock solid 4-speed transmission in
enough outstanding eyeball appeal to create what might be the ultimate
The beneficiary of a highly detailed, frame off restoration which was
completed in May of 2010, this clean Canadian GTO wears a correct coat of
GM code 48 Pepper Green paint under vibrant yellow and green Judge decals.
Sight down the sides of its spectacular body and you'll find straight
panels which display better than factory fit, and solid doors which open
and close effortlessly. On top of those panels, a deep and rich two-stage
finish has been sanded and buffed to an eye-popping shine and displays no
sign of orange peel, waviness or any major defects anywhere.
Pop the hood on this awesome Judge and you'll find an original, numbers
matching Pontiac WS 400 which turns stout 10.8 to 1 compression into 365 horsepower and 455
lb./ft. of torque! Completely rebuilt to factory specifications, this
performance bred V8 features open chamber heads, bigger valves, a hotter
cam, a cast crank and cast rods to provide legendary Pontiac performance.
At the top of the motor, a correct, fully functioning Ram Air system forces
air into a satin black air cleaner and '69 model 4-barrel Carter
carburetor. At the back of the motor, a correct points distributor sends
power though correct reproduction Packard wires that snake around original,
fully restored cast iron Exhaust
manifolds. At the front of the motor, a correct heavy duty radiator holds a
correct fan shroud between reproduction GM hoses with correct tower clamps
and a correct seven blade fan.
At the bottom of the car, spotless satin black floor pans sit above a super
clean frame that is held together with new stainless hardware. Traveling up
and down the floorpan is new stainless fuel and brake lines that run to
either a new stainless fuel tank or correct power front disc and power rear
drum brakes. In the middle of the chassis a tough Muncie M21 close ratio
4-speed sends power through a new driveshaft to a fully restored 10 bolt
Safe-T-Track rear end with correct 3.90 gears. The cars original double
A-arm front and four link rear suspension has been completely restored to
factory specifications and features correct variable ratio power steering,
correct new shocks and correct GTO anti-roll bars. New bushings and body
mounts give the car a showroom slick ride, and a fresh mandrel bent true
dual Exhaust system incorporates
chambered factory replacement mufflers to produce a classic sound that
makes you feel like its 1970 all over again. At the corners of the car,
black and silver 14 inch Pontiac Rally II wheels wear great looking
reproduction G70x14 Firestone Wide Oval tires.
Inside this killer Judge you'll find a great looking correct GM code 257
Sandalwood vinyl interior which contrasts nicely against the cars Pepper
Green exterior paint. In front of the driver, a straight and crack-free
Sandalwood dash wears awesome looking engine turned silver trim below
bright wood applique and original gauges. At the center of the car, a
correct Sandalwood console holds a chrome Hurst shifter and Hurst T-Handle
shift knob between fully restored and stainless trimmed Sandalwood vinyl
bucket seats. At the sides of those seats, good looking Sandalwood door
panels which are set of by correct stainless trim and correct red inlayed,
satin finished "GTO" emblems, feature new chrome handles for both the doors
and windows. Below those seats, fresh custom carpet runs from under the
chrome trimmed foot pedals to the plush rear seat. And in front of those
seats, a correct deluxe steering wheel features a correct satin finished
This 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge is a top-notch car which features a
professional restoration, a very desirable color combination and an
original numbers matching powertrain all at an extremely competitive price.
Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on
this awesome car!
1974 GMC Pro Street Truck STK 1300
This 1974 GMC started out as a stock truck now it has 1977 Chevrolet
Silverado body work on the front end. Painted in Viper blue throughout this
truck is bad to the bone. Now Pro Street with 15x6.5 inch wheels on the
front and 15x15 inch wheels with Mickey Thompson 33x15x19.50 tires on the
rear. A Chassisworks four link rear suspension plants these huge tires to
the ground. Power steering and power front disc brakes make this beast easy
to drive. Under Harwood fiberglass hood is the heart of this truck. A 468ci
V8 big block fitted with many goodies. A 10:1 compression ratio makes it a
pump gas friendly motor, Comp Cam 650 lift and 308 duration mechanical
roller, 2 Edlebrock 600cfm 1406 series carburetors, MSD 6AL ignition, MSD
RPM Module selector, MSD billet distributor, MSD Blaster coil, Weiand
tunnel ram intakes, coated headers, 3 inch Exhaust with Flowmasters, 4130 Eagle billet
steel crank, Crower rods and JE pistons. Setup like should be good for 600
horse. Backing up the motor is a Cook built modified TH350 transmission
with a TCI 3500 stall converter. A Hurst V-Matic ratchet shifter controls
gear selection. Out back is a Ford 9 inch rear end with a Detroit locker
and 4.86 rear gear. Electric fans, electric fuel pump and electric water
pump keep this motor well fed and cool. Several auxiliary gauges allow the
driver to keep tabs on the engine. In the name of safety and fuel cell and
6 point roll cage keeps its occupants safe.
This vehicle is located in our Charlotte, NC showroom. For more
information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.
Speedway Motors Safety Racing Seat Belts
Suit up and strap in with Safety Racing five-point seat belt harnesses from
Speedway Motors. These belts are double-stitched, made from high-quality
nylon and available in five colors.
Instalación de los pistones
Este video nos muestra una breve explicación en castellano sobre la
instalación de los pistones en el bloque motor de un vehículo.
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69 Chevelle 2 door Coupe (My micro-machine)
In the early 80's this car was made by cutting about 4 feet out of
grandma's 4 door chevelle, well how else do you get grandma's 4 door
chevelle into Hot Rod Magazine. It made it into Hot Rod Magazine in 1983,
in color. It has an 84 inch wheel base, and with 850hp under the hood it
should do wheel stands all too well. Lately just about got all of the other
bugs worked out so I can start driving it and should be able to take it to
some car shows with some friends and have some fun. I also want to take it
to the track and see what it will run, I've been told it should run 10.5 or
faster, only one way to find out.
The engine is a newer Chevrolet truck block from a 91-95 Chevy Silverado
SS, as far as internals it has a World Products short block kit PN =
WRL-108099, which makes it a 496 CI engine I threw in a different set of
pistons which with the Brodix aluminum heads it makes the compression ratio
10.1:1 so it will run on pump gas easily. It has a full roller valve train
with a CompCams 4/7 swap firing order for a more even torque curve with
less strain on the internals, the lift is .748 intake and the same on the
Exhaust., Crower H-bar solid roller
lifters, thick wall .080 1-pice pushrods with the Crower full roller Magnum
rockers (steel not aluminum) to top of the Valvetrain it has Brodix stud
girdles on the Brodix PN = BRO-2021038 Aluminum heads that have been port
matched to the Edelbrock 2975 intake with a Holley Dominator 1150 gasoline
carb. MSD-6AL ignition with 8MM wires NGK spark plugs, Holley SuperComp
Ceramic coated 2-piece headers, they wrap around the frame, moroso solid
engine mounts, high volume oil pump, Moroso aluminum fabricated tall valve
covers with Pan-Evac system installed, March Billit pulley system with
billit brakets (V-Belt), 3 piece CompCams timing cover (you can change the
cam very easily without dropping the oil pan), Edelbrock high volume
waterpump, Griffin Aluminum radiator, Barry Grant 280gpm fuel pump with 20
gallon fuel cell with sender, Powerglide transmission with external cooler
with fan, 5000 stall converter, 18.1 transmission scatter shield, Ford
9-inch rear differential with 4.88 gears (mini-spool), 4 wheel disc brakes
with HydroBoost system, all new
braking system including new master cylinder from a 69 Corvette, adjustable
proportioning valve, new steel lines, new rubber hoses, remanufactured
calipers with new front rotors and bearings, just had the rear axle
bearings replaced about 500-1000 miles ago. Rear tires are Mickey Thompson
Sportsman S/R Radial 29 x 15.50 x 15 on Centerline wheels and 165r15's on
the front. Shaved door handles. Lots of chrome steering and suspension
parts, upper and lower control arms, spindle, backing plates, inner and
outer tie rod ends with chrome sleeves, 1 1/4 chrome front sway bar. Too
much money invested, must see. Recommend new paint, body is very straight
and new bumpers due to chrome is pitting.
133012 / 1970 Plymouth HEMI 'Cuda
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Here at RK Motors, we know all about over-the-top customs. You've seen the
cars we've built, from Maximum Effect, our 1970 Charger, to that sinister
all-black AAR Hemi 'Cuda which won trophies and stunned the Hot Rod Power
Tour a few years ago. Heck, going too far and taking everything
over-the-top is almost a rule around here.
So when this absolutely stunning 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda showed up, we realized
that someone had just moved "the top" and beating this one will be a tough
First off, all of the body modifications—and there are many—have been
done in steel. Notice how the rear spoiler has been molded into the fender,
and the custom made hood with OEM-looking nostrils. Look closer and you'll
see flush-mounted glass, shaved door handles and drip rails, and newly
fabricated front and rear valence panels..
Done in PPG Silver Star and Vibrants Purfect Purple with a lot of airbrush
work, the car is visually arresting in person. Then there's the unique
strobe stripe, which is paint, not a decal, and is a combination of air
brush techniques and pinstriping that gives it an almost three-dimensional
look that seems to be vibrating off the metal.
Out back, you've undoubtedly noticed the custom-made rear panel that houses
custom taillights that look an awful lot like standard 'Cuda items, but are
actually hand-made LED lights that give it a modern look at night. Up
front, Harley-Davidson twin-bulb modular headlights are brilliant in any
sense of the word, and a custom grille insert has been created to mimic the
original, but with turn-signal indicators molded into the grille itself.
There's just so much to see, we can't possibly include it all here.
The engine is an Arrington-built piece that cranks out more than 525 horsepower, and does
it in a smaller, lighter, and more user-friendly package. Continuing the
strobe stripe theme under the hood, you'll find some custom covers for the
radiator and coils that mimic the three-dimensional detailing on the body.
The intake has been polished for a little bit of eye candy under the hood,
while the wiring and plumbing has been carefully hidden for a
The transmission is a Keisler Tremec 5-speed with overdrive that makes the
most of the engine's prodigious horsepower. Out back, a
Chrysler 8.75-inch rear holds 3.91 gears on a limited slip. The suspension
cockpit-adjustable air shocks from Air Ride, and brakes are massive discs
at all four corners. Long tube headers dump into a stainless steel X-pipe
and Flowmaster mufflers before terminating in custom tips molded into the
rear valenceThe perfect hot-rod profile and stance is achieved by a set of
polished 18- and 20-inch Bonspeed Quasar wheels on low-profile rubber.
Open the door and the first thing you'll notice is that the graphics from
the exterior continue into the doorjambs—always the sign of first-rate
paint work. Then you'll notice the Corvette bucket seats that have been
custom upholstered with a mesh insert to really hold you in place. A custom
console was fabricated to resemble the original 'Cuda piece, but it now
features a carbon-fiber insert, controls for the Air Ride suspension, and a
big, red START ENGINE button that brings the monster to life. The original
dashboard has been reshaped and molded to hold a set of new Mopar
Performance analog gauges.
If you're the sort of person who wants to own only the best, and
understands that quality doesn't compromise, then you're already familiar
with what this car has to offer. Stunning to look at, thrilling to drive,
and exceptional to show, Conviction 'Cuda is the current state-of-the-art
in pro-touring. Don't miss it and call today.
Test Driving 1970 Plymouth Cuda 572 Hemi Convertible and Walkaround
This 1970 Plymouth Cuda Convertible Hemi Clone has a 426c.i. 2x4BBL (572
Stroker) Hemi V8, 4 Speed Manual Transmission w/ Pistol Grip Shifter, Dana
60 Rear w/ 3.54 Limited Slip, P. Steering, P. Disc Brakes, AM Radio, P.
Black Vinyl Convertible Top (V3X), Go Wing, Elastomeric Colored Front
Bumper (A21), Rallye Dash, Buckets/Console (C55), 6-Way Drivers Seat
Adjuster, Rim Blow Steering Wheel, Dual Outside Painted Race Mirrors (G36),
Correct Black Vinyl Interior (Trim Code-H6X9), Seat Belts, OEM Shaker Air
Cleaner, Shaker Hood w/ Hood Pins, OEM Hemi Radiator, Fog Lights, Hockey
Stick Stripe, Correct Limelight Exterior (Paint Code-FJ5), Rallye Wheels w/
BFG Radial T/A Tires, Space Saver Spare, Canister, & Jack. Stunning Sheet
Metal & Undercarriage, Restoration Photos & Receipts, Fender Tag, Newer
Gorgeous Rotisserie Professional Resto w/ Approx 500 Miles! One of the
Finest Examples of a Hemi Clone Cuda You'll Find!! Thanks for taking a
Filmed at Fast Lane Classic Cars in St. Charles, MO
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
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
1970 Cuda - custom paint, chrome rims, 340, pistol grip
Fully restored and customized 1970 Plymouth Barracuda. Restored by my
father and I, this 'Cuda features a mildly built 340, custom painted 2 tone
purple and silver exterior, black interior with pistol grip shifter, 17x8
(245/45/17 Nitto) Front rims and 17x10 (275/40/17 Nitto) rims in the rear,
AAR hood, front disc brakes, custom stereo and more. We do restorations,
collision work, and customs in our free time.