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Cojohnso

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Car is getting a little crunchy underside. But certainly seen worse. Still a little high $$ for my interest. But thought I would share.

1970 AAR CUDA - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle automotive sale

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sir_veza

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I'm not one to knock anybody's car but it needs some TLC especially underneath...hopefully any potential buyer will take the time to examine it ALL OVER and if they're not inclined, spend a couple of hundred on a full inspection...
 

Matt M

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Pretty unique car with that color combo.
Car would definitely need to be looked at.

Seller knows these cars well.
 

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It is amazing how many Cudas were purchased with a standard dash, makes no sense to me.
 

Matt M

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I had a 71 340 4 speed.
Original owner claimed he did not want to spend the extra $ because he was planning on putting his own
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I agree though I like the rallye dash so much better.
I always wondered why it was standard on the RT Challenger and not on the Plymouth Cuda.....
I also wonder why you could not get a 340 in the RT and you could in the Cuda.
I know you could get the A66 package, but the RT thing never made sense to me.
 

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rklein71

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I put a rallye dash in my 71 BHG, to me it was a no brainer. Yes, I know the dash is a 72-74 setup, I don't care. I also know that tuff wheels were not available on the Barracuda, I like em.

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That AAR is far less crunchy than most Minnesota cars of that era. In this part of the country, that thing is downright solid. My '73 Challenger was missing half the trunk floor and the entire LH rear frame rail aft of the axle kickup... in 1988. :oops:
 

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I put a rallye dash in my 71 BHG, to me it was a no brainer. Yes, I know the dash is a 72-74 setup, I don't care. I also know that tuff wheels were not available on the Barracuda, I like em.

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Same here, we know a 73 Cuda with a bb six pack and rim blow wheel were not options. I don’t care though, I like it.
 

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I have a Rim Blow for my '74 for one reason only: 16:1 manual steering gets a bit tiring with the Tuff wheel that was in the car (which was 20:1 manual when I got it). I detest the '72-up two-spoke wheel, and don't like the standard '70-'71 padded wheel a whole lot better. That sorta left me with only one option. 😁
 

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I as well have the two spoke (don’t prefer the look)?and. tuff wheel. Really like the tuff wheel as well. Firm feel rebuilt my box like an AAR ratio years ago. Feels much better.
 
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