This is the last known 1971 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda and one of only 59 built for that model year. Plymouth produced Barracudas from 1964-1974. This ‘Cuda is a third-generation model.
The 1971 model is the only one to have four headlights, which makes it unique from the others. Other options for ‘Cudas produced in 1970-1971 include new grilles, taillights, trim differences, and hood modifications.
This Hemi has undergone a professional rotisserie restoration. Finished in True Blue Metallic, this original Shaker-hood car features all-original body panels and the original black interior.
Designated as a special-handling special-handling what?, and comes documented with the original Broadcast Sheet. It’s been visually inspected, decoded, and verified by Dave Wise and comes with a Wise Vehicle Validation report.
This 1971 ‘Cuda is powered by the original 426/425hp Hemi engine mated to the original 4-speed manual transmission. It’s also equipped with the A34-code Super Trak Pak, Rallye dash and power brakes.
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