1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda
Throughout its 35 year history, the AAR Cuda has occupied a special niche among the glory days of racing. In 1970, Plymouth recruited Dan Gurneys All American Racers from Santa Anna, California to build a Trans Am Cuda to compete against Mustangs, Camaros, and Javelins for the Trans American Championships of Manufactures. Today an important part of that history is available to you here at Happy Days Dream Cars. This fully documented numbers matching 1970 AAR 340 290HP (E55) 6Pak AAR Cuda is restored to immaculate showroom perfection. So we ask does it get any better than this?
The laundry list of features include: Factory Correct (FK5) Burnt Orange Metallic Paint, Bold Strobe Sport Stripes (V6H), Organasol Black finish on the Carb Fresh Air Package Fiberglass Hood (N94), Taillight Panels and Fender Tops. Additional goodies include: Factory Edelbrock Aluminum Manifold and Low Restriction, Side Exit Exhaust (N44), ABS Plastic Rear Ducktail Spoiler (J82), Power Steering (S74), Power Disc Brakes (B51), (D32) Automatic Transmission with Factory (C16) Console, 8 3/4 Sure Grip Differential Performance Package with 3:55;1 Ratio Gears , Trans Am Package (A53) Heavy Duty Shocks, Heavy Duty Rear Suspension, Factory Performance Sway and Torsion Bars, Rallye Instrument Cluster, Hood Tie Down Pins (J45), Remote Driver Side Painted Racing Mirror (G36) and Manual Passenger Mirror, Factory AAR Fog Lights, High Grade Vinyl White Bucket Seats (H6XW), Wood Grain Steering Wheel, Solid State AM Radio (R11), Collapsible Spare (W06), and Canister, Jack.
Make sure to check out all of the photos of this quality numbers matching car. Nothing was overlooked when this car was restored including the beautifully detailed undercarriage painted in body color. The features, the quality of restoration, two original Build Sheets and both Fender Tags, combined with the infamous AAR race history make this high performance Muscle Car an excellent investment!