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1970 Plymouth AAR ‘Cuda Garage Find!
Opening bid of 35K
Gallery - Z1
1970 Plymouth Other | eBay
Tags on the AAR
Would be a nice solid project.
hes keeping it for 35k
I like the fact if you don't feel like shifting the 4 speed you can just use the Automatic on the column....LOL
I have been in contact with the seller. It has no dash VIN, it was lost years ago when a previous owner switched out the dash with a Challenger one. As you can see from the tag its a green on green, 3 speed column shift car with a bench seat. There is some damage and cracking to the hood, with about a 1 inch chip out of the drivers side corner at the firewall. It has rust holes in the truck and both lower rear quarters. There is a rust hole in the cowl area on the passenger side, under where the chrome windshield trim would go. The lower rear portion of the passengers side fender and rocker appear to have bubbling. Numbers matching transmission gone, wrong heads. The orange paint has been applied with a spray bomb. Some amateur attempts have been made to bondo over some of the rust.
for the info on this car
My pleasure, you guys have certainly helped me out so its the least that I can do.
The missing VIN would end it for me.
If the missing VIN would not end it for you maybe this picture would? God only knows whats lurking behind all of that cottage cheese/bondo
on the roof and A pillar.
I don't know much about restoring an AAR but wouldn't it take about 35k to restore it right?
That doesn't leave much room for the buyer's efforts and the 35k he initially locks into this investment.
However, nothing is as off putting as a missing dash vin.
It would take all of 35K to restore this car.
there on ebay done ready to go for 70 or less.
and that's dealers selling them so knock 10k off that price.
1970 Plymouth Cuda 340 6-pack, 6-barrel, 4-speed, Rallye Cluster, AAR | eBay
This re-body is back on eBay.
That link didn’t work.
It worked last night. But there is no listing on ebay today.
It has been removed from eBay thankfully
So you didn’t post the car for sale on eBay As it was the same photo that used to be in your avatar
Still posted on Barn Finds
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On that site, the owner also listed the Hagarty values on a AAR Cuda
Probably looked at this doc when setting his price.
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