Lot #807 - The AAR 'Cuda was only produced for approximately 1-1/2 months (March 10-April 17) during the year of 1970. The AAR was produced to race in the SCAA road racing and to compete with the Ford Mustang. AAR actually means All American Racers. The AAR 'Cuda was different from the regular 'Cuda in many ways. The AAR 'Cuda offered lots of power with a V8, 340 6-barrel engine. The hood is made of lightweight fiberglass. What really sets this hood apart from all other cars is the hood scoop, the sleek design really blends in nicely with the rest of the car. The spoilers on the AAR also set it apart from other cars. The front spoilers are what they call "eyebrow" spoilers and the rear spoiler is what is called a "duck tail." There were 1,120 produced with manual 4-speed transmissions, and the remaining 1,614 had the automatic 3-speed transmission. This 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda AAR is one of 1,120 manual 4-speed cars ever produced. Matching numbers engine confirmed by documentation. This completely restored AAR 'Cuda has the correct original color combination and options as decoded by the VIN # (documents to prove).
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