Presented in High Impact "Plum Crazy / In Violet" is a 440 6-Pack, Pistol Grip 4-Speed Cuda that has undergone a Nut & Bolt professional restoration and won Several Best of Shows awards and has been featured in Mopar Action and Mopar Collector's Guide.
With its Original Broadcast Sheet included and a complete Dave Wise Report, this Cuda is well documented and can be proudly displayed and driven as part of any collection.
The underside is striking with great attention to detail and finish. A strong running 440 6-pack with a Pistol Grip
Trim Tag Decodes as follows:
E87 - 440 Six Barrell 2x3 bbl 390HP
D21 - Manual 4-Speed A833 with Hurst Pistol Grip
BS23 - Plymouth Cuda
V - Engine 440 Six Barrell 2x3 bbl 390HP
0 - Model Year 1970
B - Assembly Plant Hamtramck, MI
FC7 - Exterior Color High Impact In Violet
H6 - Grade High Vinyl Buckets
X9 - Interior Color Black
000 - Upper Door Frame Paint - None, Full Door Panels
115 - Scheduled Assembly Date February 16, 1970
C27313 - Vehicle Order Number
FC7 - Roof Color, In Violet
A34 - Super Track Pack
B51 - Power Disc Brakes
C16 - Console with Wood Grain
C55 - Bucket Seats
G34 - O/S RH/LH painted racing mirror remote control
J45 - Hood Pins
J54 - Sport Hood
L31 - Fender Mounted Turn Signals
N41 - Dual Exhaust
N42 - Chrome Exhaust Tip
N96 - Shaker Hood
R11 - Radio Music Master
26 - 26" Radiator
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About the Cuda:
The first-generation Barracuda was based on the Chrysler A-body, and was offered from 1964 to 1966. A two-door hardtop fastback, it shared a great majority of parts and bodywork with the Plymouth Valiant, except for the huge and highly distinctive wraparound rear glass.
The second-generation Barracuda, though still Valiant-based, was heavily redesigned. Built from 1967 to 1969, it was available in fastback, hardtop, and convertible versions.
The third generation, offered from 1970 to 1974, was based on the Chrysler E-body, exclusive to it and the slightly larger Dodge Challenger. A completely new design, it was available in hardtop and convertible body styles.
The redesign for the 1970 Barracuda removed all its previous commonality with the Valiant. The original fastback design was deleted from the line and the Barracuda now consisted of coupe and convertible models. The all-new model, styled by John E. Herlitz, was built on a shorter, wider version of Chrysler's existing B platform, called the E-body. Sharing this platform was the newly launched Dodge Challenger; however no exterior sheet metal interchanged between the two cars, and the Challenger, at 110" had a wheelbase that was 2" longer than the Barracuda.
Three versions were offered for 1970 and 1971: the base Barracuda (BH), the luxury oriented Gran Coupe (BP), and the sport model 'Cuda (BS). Beginning mid year 1970, and ending with the 1971 model, there also was the Barracuda Coupe (A93), a low-end model with the 198ci Slant Six as a base engine, lower grade interior, and had fixed quarter glass instead of roll-down rear passenger windows. The high-performance models were marketed as 'Cuda deriving from the 1969 option. The E-body's engine bay was larger than that of the previous A-body, facilitating the release of Chrysler's 426 cu in (7.0 L) Hemi for the regular retail market.
For 1970 and 1971, the Barracuda and Barracuda Gran Coupe had two slant I6 engines available - a new 198ci version and the previous 225 - as well as three different V8s: the 318ci, the 383ci with two-barrel carburetor and single exhaust, and the 383ci with four-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust 330HP. The Cuda had the 383ci 335HP as the standard engine. Options included the 440ci four-barrel 375HP Super Commando, the 440ci six-barrel Super Commando Six Pak with 390HP, and the 425HP 426ci Hemi. The 440- and Hemi-equipped cars received upgraded suspension components and structural reinforcements to help transfer the power to the road.
In 1970 and 1971 only, the shaker hood (option code N96), elastomeric (rubber) colored bumpers, and the Spicer-built Dana 60 rear axle were available. The shaker hood was available with 340, 383, 440 four-barrel, 440 six-barrel, and 426 Hemi engines. The elastomeric (rubber) colored bumpers were available either as a front-only option, option code A21, or as a front and rear combination, option code A22. The heavy-duty (and heavy) Dana 60, with a 9.75 in (248 mm) ring gear, was standard equipment with manual transmissions and 440 six-barrel and 426 Hemi engines, and was optional on those with the automatic transmission.
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