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#2409636 - 11/27/17 12:31 PM Re: 1970 barracuda Gran Coupe FE5 Red, RUST FREE Calif car! [Re: moparo]
MuscleMopars Offline

Registered: 08/17/03
Posts: 4308
Loc: North Central USA (MN-WI area)
1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe

    This is a very nice Rust Free original Calif car with original sheet metal and a lot of nice options.  It is a factory FE5 Rally Red car with a Black interior and is a factory original Gran Coupe.  It is optioned with real leather seats, slap stik console automatic, overhead console, woodgrain dash and interior door-1/4 inserts, A/C, Power Steering, Front Disc Brakes, new TTI headers and full dual TTI exhaust out to the chrome 'cuda tips, Rally Hood, full 'cuda trim, 15" Rallye Wheels with BF Goodrich Radial TA's, AM-FM stereo, vinyl top, full tinted glass and more! It has a 318 V8 built to 340 specs and it runs and drives excellent!  It has the complete look of a 340 Cuda and great lengths were taken to build this car right.  It has the cuda 340 hood, cuda redline bar in a mint grill, cuda dual exhaust rear valance panel with cuda chrome exhaust tips, 340 cuda hockey stripes, cuda upper door and quarter moldings, cuda rear body surround molding, cuda road lamps with orig switch, cuda hood pins, cuda 15" Rallye Wheels, cuda Go Wing, wheel opening moldings and more!  It has a 26" aluminum radiator, new alternator, new brakes, new carb and more.  I recently took a road trip in it for about 500 miles.  It ran perfect the entire time, used no oil and averaged 18.5 MPG!  The A/C may need a recharge and the gas gauge reads low and that's about it, everything else is good!

    This car is in excellent condition, the undercarriage is rock solid with absolutely to rust anywhere, the paint is very nice and the interior looks like new.  Take this car to car shows, cruises or drive it daily, you will be impressed!  Even the key buzzer and lighter work!  A regular 1970 'cuda in this condition could cost you $60-$70K.

Asking $39,500 / Make Offer / May consider partial trades / Delivery is available

More pictures just click "HERE"

Contact Eric by email or call or text 715-426-4364

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Edited by MuscleMopars (11/27/17 12:36 PM)

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#2410219 - 11/28/17 02:56 PM Re: 1970 barracuda Gran Coupe FE5 Red, RUST FREE Calif car! [Re: moparts]
pink68 Offline
pro stock

Registered: 10/24/03
Posts: 1577
Loc: Gone Away
1970 Challenger SE. . B5 with White Top and B5 interior. Fender tag but no build sheet. One repaint. Original 318 comes with car. Mild build 340 with aluminum heads and 727 installed now. Very clean, drives straight and runs without a hitch. Original CA tags still registered on car. Moved car to Alabama and it stays in climate controlled garage. Asking $35,000

1970 Gran Coupé Convertible. Fender tag but no build sheet. 383 car with 727. Emerald Green with medium Tan interior and black top. Original Texas tags come with car but currently registered in CA. Asking $60,000

Pictures Available


Jim Winter

Edited by pink68 (11/28/17 02:58 PM)

#2410440 - 11/28/17 09:17 PM Re: E Body - Cars For Sale - 4th Quarter [Re: moparts]
moneyro Offline

Registered: 09/30/17
Posts: 2
Loc: Troy NY

This 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T was originally sold new in El Paso TX and has just over 35,000 original miles on the odometer (verified). Powered by the original, numbers matching 375hp 440, it is loaded with other great options: Power disc brakes, power steering, console shift automatic, air conditioning, 8-Track AM /FM radio, white vinyl roof ,tinted glass and more.

This car is vastly original and sparingly restored. It has its original engine and related parts including, water pump, carburetor, air cleaner with decal, alternator, starter, exhaust pipes,resonators, one muffler, and tail pipes. The front disc brake calipers, all brake lines including the soft hoses, are original. The transmission was changed at some point in time and none of the owners I spoke with seem to know when that happened. The original owner told me that never experienced a transmission issue, and subsequent owners may have simply assumed that, since the engine was original, the transmission must be as well. It is not. My guess is that the Massachusetts owner may have changed it at some point, but I cannot verify that.
Being an L.A. built car, there is no build sheet.

Please contact us if you are interested in this piece of MOPAR history.



#2410944 - 11/29/17 05:59 PM Cuda Drag car project [Re: moparo]
BBCoronet Offline

Registered: 02/16/08
Posts: 584
Loc: CentralVA.
72-74 Cuda Drag car. Project was started and never finished. Body has some rust and cowl has been cut down. No interior, Dash or wiring. Car has been back half and caged. Welds look nice and all appear to be TIG welded. Four link, Coil overs, 46" Dana 60 w/ Strange axles.(no brakes) Has parachute mount and wheelie bar brakets. Stock K frame up front. No front sheet metal, doors or deck lid....basicly what you see is whats there. Save it or use it for parts.... No VIN or Title. Asking $2500.00 picked up in Va. (zip 23093) * Mopar Trades / Looking orig. Dana 60, 65 Coronet fenders/etc, 70 RR parts * PM for PH#





Edited by BBCoronet (12/18/17 08:06 AM)

#2412615 - 12/03/17 08:30 AM Re: E Body - Cars For Sale - 4th Quarter [Re: penski61]
convertcuda Offline

Registered: 10/02/07
Posts: 541
Loc: Wausau Wi
70 Cuda Convertible Conversion for sale. If you are looking a very clean convertible to start your new modern project this would be the perfect car to start with. Done to factory quality not done for a quick sale. Save tons of money and labor with clean body to start with. I have 35 conversions out in the world right now. 25,000 OBO. Call for questions.

Ken 715-432-5080 or

#2413064 - 12/04/17 11:21 AM 1973 340 cuda [Re: moparts]
Dart1031 Offline

Registered: 10/23/05
Posts: 2602
Loc: Syracuse, NY
1973 340 cuda $12,000 located in Syracuse, NY 13208


My uncle ordered this car in 1973. It has a build date of 5-11-73. It has been off the road since 1982(the tags are still in the windshield). The odometer shows 70,057 miles. I have a clean NY title in hand, along with the fender tag and build sheet. It had two build sheets, but one is shot.

The car is almost complete except for the radiator and top end of the engine. Those items are long gone. The numbers matching short block is there, but it's apart and missing one rod/piston. The original 727 is gone, but I have a freshly built one to go with the car. It was rebuilt to stock specs, but I had a shift kit added. I have two of the original Rally wheels, the other two are gone. My uncle immediately put Cragars and air shocks on it. The air shocks and two Cragars are there.

Basic run down.....

340, 727, 3.23 Suregrip 8 3/4
Silver Frost Metallic, black vinyl top and stripe
Power disc brakes
Manual steering
Black bucket seat interior with console
AM radio


Both fenders
Both inner fender wells
Both front frame rails, drivers side is on back order
Upper firewall (it's rotted above the master cylinder)
Header panel
Radiator support, upper and lower
Both quarter panels, full
Dutchman panel
Both trunk drop offs
Both outer wheel houses
Tail light panel
Rear valance
Both rear frame rails

Front valance is NOS, but it was installed at some point and has a few dents. Still in primer with the sticker on it.

IT DOES NOT NEED FLOORS. THEY ARE GREAT! You can even see paint on the bottom of the trunk floor where the gas tank was!

I had every intention of having this restored, but I've run out of money. I may have over done it with the AMD parts, but I didn't want to hold up the body shop once it got there. For instance, the upper firewall doesn't need to be completely replaced. But I didn't want to trust someone to cut off a used one where I needed it, so I bought a whole new one.

I have LOTS of pictures of this car. I can text or e-mail them. The car is currently apart to go to the body shop. The dash, glass and rear suspension are still in it, but that's it. There are dollies with casters up front now.

Feel free to call or text with any questions. This is a very busy time of year for me, so please bear with me on a response. The best time to reach me is between 11:00am-3:00pm Eastern time.

315.395.1973 Adam

#2415348 - 12/08/17 03:35 PM Re: E Body - Cars For Sale - 4th Quarter [Re: moparts]
metalgod Offline
top fuel

Registered: 03/05/05
Posts: 2121
Loc: phx
selling for a freind:1970 Cuda 440+6 super trac pak 410 dana 4 speed, 52k original miles no rust no wrecks original body panels original glass, mint 3 speaker dash, restored ralley cluster, console, original pistol grip restored by hurst, factory rear defog,throuh valance exhaust,restored grill and headlamp buckets,power steering,factory power disc brakes,added NOS factory rear louver, shaker hood, rear wing, car has fresh FHO Hemi with full TTI exhaust, center force clutch, front suspension all rebuilt and powdercoated,NOS hemi leaf springs, car was originaly green was painted black with flames in laquer in 1978, looks like it was done yesterday, very cool car looks incredible, drives beautifully, show or drag race, should be kept as is not returned to stock a real 70's time capsule, original # trans currently in car, fresh original # motor complete with aluminum intake and factory carbs, goes with the car, have fender tag, a real deal v code car, 85k email me for pix car needs to go to a new owner

#2416840 - 12/11/17 02:17 PM Re: E Body - Cars For Sale - 4th Quarter [Re: moparts]
scootinmopar Offline

Registered: 06/15/04
Posts: 111
Loc: Milton WV
Originally Posted By moparts
I have a 72 Cuda H code 340 , I have a 340 that is stuck from sitting non numbers matching , the car needs a lot of panel work and left front frame rail fixed it's rusted but repairable , clear WV title call or text 304-638-5918 for pictures , I live in WV $5,500.00





Edited by scootinmopar (12/11/17 02:29 PM)

#2421163 - 12/19/17 07:14 PM 1970 Cuda BS23N0B [Re: scootinmopar]
moparphilll Offline
top fuel

Registered: 08/20/03
Posts: 2259
Loc: Fargo ND
1970 Cuda 383 Console auto, Upgraded to a 440 4BBL. V2 with all new legendary white interior.8 3/4 3:91 Posi, PS Have all trim and rocker moldings,Lots new.$39500
Fargo ND



#2425231 - 12/29/17 12:28 AM 73 BS23 Cuda manual transmission - $8,000 [Re: moparts]
tobnHisglory Offline

Registered: 05/06/05
Posts: 191
Loc: Chester, VA
Selling my 1973 Cuda, real BS23, FE5, manual transmission car. It needs lots of work and is missing a lot of parts but it's worth building. Car was factory optioned in FE5 red with black bucket interior and console, 318, 3 speed manual transmission, 8 3/4 rear, with front and rear sway bars, power steering, and power disc brakes.
Original 318, 3 speed manual trans with shifter, and clutch pedal assembly are all still in the car. It ran and shifted before being parked a decade ago. An earlier 8 3/4 is under it now. I have a lot of parts and a ton of brand new sheet metal that goes with the car.
It is rusty. The frame rails are very solid though. It needs the front floors, trunk pan, trunk extension, outer wheel housings and quarters replaced. It also could use front A pillars, an upper cowl as it is rusted above the master cylinder, and some small rust holes fixed on the edges of the roof and around window openings. Inner fenders are good except one small spot under the battery tray. All normal E body stuff.

I have a lot of brand new sheet metal still in its boxes that goes with the car. I have a new 1 piece trunk floor, both trunk extensions, one piece front floor boards, front header panel, upper cowl, front valence, rear quarter skins, and outer wheel wells.
I also have a lot of used parts that go with the car not pictured. I have a steering wheel and column, dash frame, front bumper and brackets, all 4 side windows,door panels, door sill plates, headliner bows, radiator, and a few other odds and ends.

I have about 6,500 invested in the car plus 2,500 worth of new sheet metal. I'm not giving it away as I love manual transmission E bodies and know they are pricey and hard to come by. I also know it will likely take me years to find the time to get this car together so I'm considering selling it. If you are interested you can pm me here or you can call my cell at 804-677-8748. Car is located near Richmond, VA.

I am asking $8,000 or a very close reasonable offer.

Thanks and God bless,

Reggie Phillips




Former Mopars: 73 Charger - 440/727, 68 D200 Camper Special 383/727, 67 Satellite, 71 Superbee, 73 RoadRunner,2009 Ram Quad Cab Hemi 4x4
Current Mopars: 2005 Ram Quad Cab Hemi 4x4, 73 Cuda FE5 318 manual

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