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The 1970-1974 Plymouth Cuda' is one of the best looking and most popular of all the classic American Muscle Cars. Available in coupe or convertible, from mild mannered six cylinder to hairy chested "Hemi" street thumper, the E-body Cuda' was a blue collar hero for the working man. The 1973 model you see here, looking sinister in triple black, has undergone a meticulous restoration and is in day one new condition. The beautiful Black Diamond paint is super smooth and mirror perfect. The black vinyl roof along with the factory steel Rallye wheels and white letter tires combine to give this Cuda' a period correct look that draws lots of attention. The fit and finish of the body is excellent, and the doors close with a light touch and a satisfying click. Inside is all business, with black vinyl buckets up front, an AM radio, and a center console with wood grain paneling and floor shifter being the only real factory optional equipment. Under the hood is Chrysler's renowned 340 cubic inch small block with a single four barrel carburetor hooked to the smooth shifting A727 Torqueflight automatic transmission. The under hood appearance is immaculate, with period correct labeling, and is cleaner than some dining establishments. Braking is power assisted disc in front, with 10 inch drums in the rear. Suspension is classic Mopar torsion bars in front, with leaf sprung rear axle and tube shocks all around. This is easily one of the nicest, if not THE nicest example of a 1973 Cuda' 340 you could ever hope to find. DO NOT let this opportunity pass you by!! Stop in today to see this black beauty or Email [email protected] to put this amazing Mopar muscle machine in your garage.