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Pair Of Beautiful Rallye Red 1971 Plymouth Cudas Are Going To Barrett-Jackson!

Pair Of Beautiful Rallye Red 1971 Plymouth Cudas Are Going To Barrett-Jackson!​

One HEMI Hardtop & One 383 Convertible...​


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Over the past couple of years, we have seen a number of 1970 to 1974 Plymouth ‘Cuda E-Bodies cross the auction block. One beautiful example was a 1971 Plymouth HEMI ‘Cuda, which was a high-optioned one-of-one build featuring beautiful Curious Yellow (Y3) with Black-colored billboard stripes. It went for a total of $935,000 at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale earlier this year.

 

patfromigh

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The sales numbers for the Plymouth Barracuda in 1971 were terrible. Muscle cars were pretty much a fad back then and the bloom was off the rose by 1971. These two examples represent a high water mark for factory built performance in that era.
 

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And to go along with that performance, that '71 Hemi 'Cuda grill is by far my favorite.
 

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