1970 Plymouth 426 Hemi-Powered Cuda Convertible Replica Why This Car Is Special One of the most valuable and collectable muscle cars ever was the 1970 Plymouth 426 Hemi-Powered Cuda Convertible. If you can find a one for sale, you had better have deep pockets as there were only a dozen or so ever made and they command in the millions of dollars to be able to buy one! We have a great alternative for you here at Skyway Classics with a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda convertible replica that was rotisserie rebuilt and modified including the installation of a 426 cubic inch Hemi V8 crate engine and a 3-speed 727 automatic transmission from Mancini Racing. It has been repainted in Lemon Twist with a new white leather interior, and a host of other parts into a stunning representation of that icon Hemi Cuda. Features 1970 Plymouth 426 Hemi-Powered Cuda Convertible Replica 426 cubic inch Hemi V8 crate engine Hemi K-member Holley 750 carburetor Hydraulic camshaft Ceramic long-tube headers connected to a mandrel-bent dual exhaust Lightweight driveshaft with 1350 Spicer U-joints Powermaster starter and alternator Black Hemi valve covers Black Hemi shaker air cleaner assembly Performance spark plug wires Power steering and brakes 3-speed 727 automatic transmission Dana 60 9 rear axle with Heavy-duty Dutchman 35 spline axles from Mancini Racing. Front KYB shocks Adjustable rear Koni shocks Lightweight driveshaft Front discs with slotted and drilled rotors and rear drums 15 Rallye wheels BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires Heidts front end, Hemi leaf springs. New white leather upholstery was sourced from Legendary Auto Interiors Matching door panels Contrasting black carpets Reconditioned seat belts Power steering Tilting steering column Wood-rimmed steering wheel Pistol grip slap-stick shifter Rallye instrument cluster was also refurbished and includes an 8k-rpm tachometer, a 150-mph speedometer, clock, a combo alternator/oil/water temperature gauge, and fuel level gauge AM/FM/8-track stereo with MP3 input Battery disconnect switch within reach of the driver Finished in Lemon Twist Shaker hood Black Hemi hockey stick stripes White convertible top Underside was coated in Rhino Lining Mechanical Our Cuda has had the factory 318ci V8 engine replaced during refurbishment with a 426 cubic inch Hemi V8 crate engine on the Hemi K-member. It has a Holley 750 carburetor, hydraulic camshaft, ceramic long-tube headers connected to a mandrel-bent dual exhaust, a lightweight driveshaft with 1350 Spicer U-joints, Powermaster starter and alternator, black Hemi valve covers, black Hemi shaker air cleaner assembly, performance spark plug wires, power steering and brakes, with everything looking just as it should from 1970. The power is sent to the rear wheels through a 3-speed 727 automatic transmission and Dana 60 9 rear axle with Heavy-duty Dutchman 35 spline axles, all from Mancini Racing. Additional performance modifications include front KYB shocks, adjustable rear Koni shocks, a lightweight driveshaft, while braking is handled by front discs with slotted and drilled rotors and rear drums, and track-style front and rear brake linings. It rides on 15 Rallye wheels and wears BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires while the suspension utilizes a Heidts front end, and Hemi leaf springs. Interior New white leather upholstery was sourced from Legendary Auto Interiors and installed during the restoration along with matching door panels, contrasting black carpets, and reconditioned seat belts. Equipment includes power steering with a tilting steering column and a wood-rimmed steering wheel, a pistol grip slap-stick shifter, and slotted courtesy lights. The Rallye instrument cluster was also refurbished and includes an 8k-rpm tachometer, a 150-mph speedometer, clock, a combo alternator/oil/water temperature gauge, and fuel level gauge. It also has an AM/FM/8-track stereo with MP3 input as is a battery disconnect switch within reach of the driver. Exterior The car left the factory in Bright Blue Metallic and it is now finished in Lemon Twist and equipped with a Shaker hood, black Hemi hockey stick stripes, and a white convertible top. Clark Classic Restorations of Greenville, North Carolina performed the restoration and included a 2-stage repaint in the current color. The underside was coated in Rhino Lining prior to the car being painted, and that the subframe connectors are mated to the torque boxes. Conclusion If you want to stand out from the crowd of Mustangs and Camaros at the car shows, this 1970 Plymouth 426 Hemi-Powered Cuda Convertible Replica we have here at Skyway Classics is one you need to buy. This car is built right, has great power and options, and is a replica of one of the most famous and collectable muscle cars you can own. So, give us a call at 941-254-6608. Disclaimer Information found on the website is presented as given to us by the owner of the car, whether on consignment or from the owner we bought it from. Some Photos, materials for videos, descriptions and other information are provided by the consignor/seller and is deemed reliable, but Skyway Classics does not warranty or guarantee this information. Skyway Classics is not responsible for information that may incorrect or a publishing error. 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