This is one REALLY bad 71 Cuda convertible! No holds barred build that looks amazing and can deliver the goods. I wanted to be able to tear it up on the streets and also throw it around a road race course from time to time. So, we made a removable 4-point rollbar with racing harnesses so the bar can go in and out of the car, whether it's being driven on the street or carving corners at the track. This one also has an amazing interior to contrast the custom red wet sanded paint (perfect condition) its been dressed in. Dash, dash pad, column, carpet and kick panels are done in a deep, almost burgundy red, while the seats and the rest of the interior are white leather. Check out the build specs: Fully worked XV 6.1 HEMI making 600 HP XV Level II Suspension Front and Rear XV Chassis Stiffening System with convertible upgrade XV Level II Brakes 14"/6-Piston & 13"/2-Piston 2-Piece Rotors w/ Billet Hats and Hydroboost XV Equal Length 304 Stainless Headers XV 3" 304 Stainless Exhaust 5-Speed Manual Transmission w/ Hydraulic Clutch Three Piece Forged Wheels (18 X 9.5 - 18 X 10.0) BFG KDW Ultra High Performance Tires (375/35-18 - 295/35-18) Functional Shaker Hood XV Billet Hood Hinges Real Wool Carpet XV Leather Interior (Dash pad, door panels, kick panles, etc.) XV Upholstered Recaro Seats XV Tilt Column XV Instrumentation w/200 MPH Speedo and Integral Warning Lights Air Conditioning Power Windows, Door Locks and Decklid Keyless Entry Alarm w/ Remote Status (up to 1/4 mile away) Alpine Stereo w/ Amps, i-Pod Interface, Sirius XV EFI Fuel System Fully Finished and Carpeted Trunk Remote Front and Rear Radar Detection w/ in Dash LED Indicators Laser Diffuser This car was unveiled at Barrett Jackson in Palm Beach and has been featured in the August 2008 issue of Mopar Action and June 2008 issue of Super Rod. Pick up copies of these magazines if you want to see and read more about it, as this is one truly amazing ride.
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