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Rare 1971 Plymouth HEMI Cuda Could Get $6.5 Million At Auction:

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Rare 1971 Plymouth HEMI Cuda Could Get $6.5 Million At Auction:​

Rare French Export Model Could Break Records This Month...​


One of the most iconic vehicles of the "muscle car" has to be the 1971 Plymouth HEMI Cuda convertible. While many would think that there would be several units produced of such an iconic model, only 12 HEMI Cuda convertibles rolled off the Hamtramck Assembly line during the 1971 model year. Of those 12 cars, 5 of them were sold outside the United States. In recent years, the HEMI Cuda convertibles have become some of the most expensive muscle cars to cross the auction block. One of which, sold at the 2014 Mecum Seattle event for $3.5 million.

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The car was built for European export, so it has no radio. The radio wouldn’t work on European radio frequencies.

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