1970 Plymouth Barracuda$57,500

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Price: $57,500
Contact: View Original Ad from Hemmings
Location: Chicago, IL
Price Analysis: Good Deal, 44.0 % below market avg. What's this?
1970 Plymouth andlsquo;Cuda</p><p>340- 4bbl</p><p></p><p>Fully Restored in 2015</p><p>Numbers Matching Engine, Heads, Trans, Rear End</p><p>Freshly built Stroker Motor</p><p>Well-Optioned</p><p>Rare Lime Green Metallic</p><p></p><p>VIN # BS23H0B399318</p><p>B: Barracuda E Body</p><p>S: Special Price Class</p><p>23: 2 Door Hardtop</p><p>H: 340 cid (1) 4 bbl V8 LA Engine - High Performance</p><p>0: 1970 Model Year</p><p>B: Hamtramk, Michigan Assembly Plant</p><p>399318: Sequence Number<br /></p><p>Engine: Numbers Matching VIN</p><p>Stamp- FW340P3251027</p><p>Casting- 2780930-340-2 (early casting)</p><p>Transmission: Numbers Matching VIN</p><p>Stamp- K3410769L 3230</p><p>Heads: Correct Matching</p><p>Casting- 3418915 - 340 TA heads 2.02 Intake / 1.60 Exhaust</p><p>Rear End: Correct Matching8 andfrac34; - 742</p><p>Casting- 2881489</p><p>Trim Tag Decode / Fender Tag</p><p>FF4: Lime Green Metallic</p><p>H4F8: Dark Green</p><p>D32: Heavy Duty Automatic Transmission</p><p>E55: 340 CID 4bbl V8 275hp</p><p>S81: Premium Woog Grain Steering Wheel</p><p>S13: H.D. Suspension With Sway Bar</p><p>S25: Firm Ride Shocks Front and Rear</p><p>S31: Front Sway Bar</p><p>S41: Rear Sway Bar</p><p>B11: H.D. Drum Brakes 11</p><p>W23: Road Wheels- Magnum 500s</p><p>N65: 7 Blade Torque Fan</p><p>R31: Rear Speaker</p><p>J31: Dual Horns</p><p>R11: AM Radio</p><p>V6*: Longitudinal Stripes</p><p>Y05: US Spec</p><p>N42: Chrome Exhaust Tips</p><p>L34: Road Lights</p><p>M21: Roof Drip Moldings</p><p>M25: Wide Sill Moldings</p><p>M31: Belt Moldings</p><p>M88: Decklid Moldings</p><p>N41: Dual Exhaust</p><p>A01: Light Package</p><p>G33: LH Remote Racing Mirror</p><p>J45: Hood Pins</p><p>J54: Sport Hood</p><p>L31: Fender Mounted Turn Signals</p><p>J15: Cigar Lighter</p><p></p><p>Evolve Motors is pleased to present this 1970 Plymouth andlsquo;Cuda!</p><p></p><p>This is not your ordinary Mopar. Coming off a fresh restoration in 2015 this car was built to its factory options and specification and looks amazing. The best part is that while it retains all of her original driveline and engine, it has a freshly built motor. The original block is bored .60 over and a 4 stroker crank bring the displacement up to 416 cid. This Hemi/6-pack eating monster absolutely rips while retaining its original facade. The car sounds incredible and is once of the most enjoyable cars to drive.</p><p></p><p>Exterior:</p><p>This andlsquo;Cuda looks great wearing a fresh coat of its original Lime Green Metallic paint. Paint work appears to have been done to a high standard; green has a nice deep glow and the slight metallic sparkle of the finish gives the car a great shine. The black hockey-stick stripe does well to accentuate the carandrsquo;s muscular lines and contrasts beautifully with the green metallic paint, as do the originally optioned Magnum 500 wheels. The car underwent a very thorough restoration in 2015, so the overwhelming majority of the car is in like-new condition. There are no dents, dings, or scratches to be found anywhere on the car. All chrome is intact and very well presented,. Panel fitment is good. We do note the gap between the hood and nose is slightly off; gap is negligible on the passenger side but a bit more noticeable on the driverandrsquo;s side. We chose not to re-align the hood so we could avoid potentially marring the paint anywhere.</p><p></p><p>Interior:</p><p>This car was originally specandrsquo;d with a dark green interior, which was swapped out for a new black leather interior during the restoration. We think the black looks fantastic and, though not original, is a welcomed change. Interior presents as new and carries the smell of fresh carpet and vinyl. Seats are free of any cracks or scratches in the slightest. Carpeting is new. Door panels, dash, headliner, and steering wheel are mint. The only part of the interior that doesnandrsquo;t appear new are the gauges; which show some slight patina but look fabulous. Radio is the correct Chrysler Solid