.Just 1 of 85 built in this combination.

One of the most highly coveted muscle cars of the era is the high-performance 1970 Plymouth Cuda, not to be confused with the Barracuda. While the two muscle cars have their differences, they both share the Mopar E-body platform. Equipped with a Hemi, GAA Classic Car Auctions has this rare and low-mileage example crossing the virtual auction stage on Saturday, February 29th, 2020. This vintage Cuda is rare considering this Super Track Pac is just one of 85 built.

Bid On A Rare, Low-Mileage 1970 Plymouth Cuda Hemi

This '70 Plymouth Cuda went under the knife for a professional full rotisserie restoration and it still wears all of its original sheetmetal. The car even has the Elastomeric front bumper. To make things even sweeter, this stunning car is believed to have just 23,500 actual miles per its owner history.

Powering this classic American muscle car is the factory Chrysler 426cui V8 Hemi engine topped with dual four-barrel carburetors that produces a healthy output of 425-horsepower. In addition, the Hemi-equipped cars were given an upgraded suspension and reinforced structure to ensure power is transferred to the pavement through a Dana 60 Series axle with a 4:10.1 ratio. Shifting power is provided by a 3-speed manual transmission. Bringing everything to a halt are 11-inch brakes.

Gallery: Bid On A Rare, Low-Mileage 1970 Plymouth Cuda Hemi

Not only is this car full of factory potent power, it also is an award winner at Concours d'Elegance. Even more, the car features a Wise Vehicle Validation Inspection Report and is a MMC Detroit Global Registered Vehicle (#35,001). The sale of this car also comes with complete owner history. It is an OEM factory production build with an OEM factory VIN tag amd trim tag.

If this incredible 1970 Plymouth Cuda would make the perfect addition to those sunny weekends, then make sure you register to bid through GAA Classic Car Auctions and keep an eye on this listing as it crosses the virtual auction stage on Saturday, February 29th.

Source: Motorious