1971 PLYMOUTH CUDA COUPE - 43909 Sold* at Scottsdale 2007 - Lot #1270.1 1971 PLYMOUTH CUDA COUPE https://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/43909/43909_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
Lot #1270.1   1971 PLYMOUTH CUDA COUPE
Auction Scottsdale 2007
Status Sold
Lot 1270.1
Year 1971
Model 'CUDA
*Includes Buyer Commission
VIN BS23V1B400387
Exterior Color BLACK
Interior Color WHITE
Cylinders V8
Engine Size 440
Transmission 4-SPEED MANUAL
Lot #1270.1 - Authentic "V-code" car with only 24,064 original miles. Second owner since 12/7/75. Documentation includes broadcast sheet, fender tag, bill of sale, registration and Galen Govier Registry/decoding, plus more. Full, ground up rotisserie restoration by Legendary Motorcar Co. to original factory specs. The attention to detail is exceptional, this car will be a standout at any museum or Concours event. It is numbers matching with a date code correct replacement engine that has just been rebuilt and blueprinted. The car performs as good as it looks; it is a completely drivable example of Mopar's highest torque street machine. The rare option combination of a 4-speed manual transmission with a pistol grip shifter, a 4.10 Dana/Super Track Pak and a Sport hood is wrapped in the striking look of a flawless black exterior paint with a spotless white interior. The result is a more subtle, stylish look that's neither bland nor garish along with maximum performance. Only 108 '71 Cuda Hardtops were six pack 4 speeds, making them more rare than the '70 HEMI 4-speeds at 284 copies. This car's configuration is even more unique. This highly desirable car has also been featured in multiple issues of "Musclecar Enthusiast" magazine and will be featured on the "Dream Car Garage" TV show during the 2007 season. The history and pedigree of this stunning vehicle are without question. No detail was overlooked in making it as perfect an example of a '71 440 Six Pack 'Cuda as is possible. It would be a fine addition to even the most extensive collection; it is a real muscle car with truly universal appeal.