In 1971 the US muscle car wars had peaked. The result of this was an outstandingly powerful and equally beautiful automobile, the HEMI 'Cuda convertible. This rare beast is one of only 11 ever produced. Commonly thought of as the most desirable muscle car in the world, it is exceedingly unusual to see one of these for sale. This particular offering boasts of highly desirable features. These features include the 426 HEMI V8 engine with two four barrel carburetors, 727 automatic transmission, Super Track Pak package with DANA 60 rear end and 4.11 ratio gears, power convertible top, center console and more. This vehicle was built for Canadian export of which only two were built. In addition, it is finished in its factory correct In Violet (Plum Crazy) paint, making it the only 1971 HEMI 'Cuda Convertible in this color. Following a meticulous restoration to the highest museum standards, it has been inspected and appraised by Mopar guru Galen Govier. A true automotive milestone and extraordinary example of Detroit Muscle at its finest. Has original dealer invoice.