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1971 Plymouth Cuda 440/6 Convertible

Scottsdale 2011
Consignment # 9020
VIN:   BS27V1B282979

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This 1971 Cuda is 1 of only 17 440ci 6-pack 'Cuda convertibles built in 1971 and the ONLY one produced in the rare shade of Tawny Gold! This particular car is also the highest-optioned Six Pack 'Cuda Convertible known to exist and one of only two that came from the factory with the highly desirable shaker hood and billboard stripes! Eclipsed only by the Hemi 'Cuda Convertibles that have traded hands in excess of $2.5 million, the 440 6-pack 'Cuda rag tops are truly the pinnacle of E-body, Mopar collector cars and very rarely come up for sale.

Two-tags of options on this unique 'Cuda convert include: 440-6pk, Torque-flight auto, 4.10:1 Dana Super Track-Pack, Shaker Hood, billboards, console, rally gauges, rally wheels, power steering, power brakes, power top, rim-blow wheel, luggage rack, road lamps, tinted windshield, hood pins and much more.

This prime example was sold new in San Antonio, TX and has been a well-known car among Mopar enthusiasts its entire life. It has spent time in the prestigious Otis Chandler Collection and even set a world record price when it crossed the auction block in Scottsdale back in 1989. After hibernating in the Midwest for a few years it then spent some time on the West coast and finally found its way back home to Texas in 2002, settling only 75 miles from where it sold new!

This fabulous 'Cuda underwent a nut and bolt rotisserie restoration to factory specs in 2003 and retains all of its rare and factory-correct parts. It has always been a totally rust-free car and still has all of its original body panels, floor, trunk, doors and sheet metal. In fact, it still wears its original convertible top and rear glass! The original, matching-numbers engine, transmission and Dana rear-end were professionally built to factory specs, enabling this rare Fish to run strong and drive tight... even better than new!

Aside from the history and provenance on this car, the thing that really sets it apart from its peers is the paperwork that fully documents how this car came from the factory. It comes with an original build sheet, the original window sticker, original fender tags and the original invoice from the dealership that sold the car new! In addition, a complete bumper-to-bumper inspection was completed by Mopar expert Galen Govier and it has been authenticated by him as being a complete, matching numbers, fully documented, ’71 Six Pack 'Cuda Convertible as well as a genuine 1 of 1 car! This is truly an opportunity of a lifetime, to own one of the most significant Mopars ever produced and certainly one of the most coveted collector cars in the world!