Late last month Collectors Xchange, the collector car community's first app-based auction site, kicked off bidding on the new platform with a stunning 1992 Ferrari 348 TB. Showing the platforms diversity, it is now taking bids on an American automotive classic that is nothing short of extraordinary.
This concours-correct 1970 HEMI ‘Cuda was expertly restored by Roger Gibson and Frank Badalson. If you know those two names, then you know this car has to be a true survivor of a car with all matching numbers meant to take the driver back to the golden years of Mopar muscle. With the original engine, transmission, and body panels, all of the tags on this car match the factory stamped VIN perfectly. Additionally, the car is accompanied by its original fender tag and broadcast sheet. It is also listed on the Galen Govier Registry as well.
As the high performance version of the Barracuda, the 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda came equipped with a beefier suspension and frame capable of handling the 425-horsepower supplied by the legendary 426 HEMI. Additional options include power brakes and a 3.23:1 gear ratio. While performance was clearly a top priority for this car, Plymouth did not skimp on driver amenities, and the interior offered such features as a black vinyl upholstery, Rallye gauges, a center console, a light group, and a tape player. All of which this particular car came with.
According to the listing, this 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda’s restoration included the installation of OEM factory original door panels, kick panels, dash, console, and glass. It is finished in Ivy Green Metallic paint and features a complete black HEMI side stripe. With just 14K-miles showing, this car is ready for the show or for the road. For more information on this car or how to register to bid click here or download the app today on you Apple or Android device.