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#2423698 - 12/25/17 04:25 PM WIW: 1971 Cuda 340 Four Speed Convertible
DeMopuar Offline
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What would the range of worth of the following car:

1971 Cuda 340 four speed convertible
rallye hood
power steering
billboard
original fender tag
broadcast sheet
matching number engine/trans.
original nice sheet metal


Then what would the same car be worth with the following:

1971 Cuda 340 four speed convertible
rallye hood
power steering
original fender tag
original broadcast sheet
non original motor/trans.
repop sheet metal - rust pits on the convertible sheet metal parts such as rain gutter and trunk floor

Just wondering what the range of pricing would be for these two cars? The shown car is the one in question, but I have not put eyeballs on it yet - but I will be. What do you think?


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#2423812 - 12/25/17 10:40 PM Re: WIW: 1971 Cuda 340 Four Speed Convertible [Re: DeMopuar]
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Clean example with original drive train and sheet metal $125,000-140,000.

Your second example $75,000- 90,000
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#2423841 - 12/26/17 06:02 AM Re: WIW: 1971 Cuda 340 Four Speed Convertible [Re: BS27R1B]
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Is the 4 speed car Ken H ?

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#2423848 - 12/26/17 07:59 AM Re: WIW: 1971 Cuda 340 Four Speed Convertible [Re: 44D6PAKCUDA]
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'original nice sheet metal'...but why where the rocker molding rivets ground off and aluminum moldings not on car as per all 71 Cudas....personal preference shruggy

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#2423873 - 12/26/17 09:35 AM Re: WIW: 1971 Cuda 340 Four Speed Convertible [Re: 44D6PAKCUDA]
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Nope not mine.

Ken

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#2423878 - 12/26/17 10:17 AM Re: WIW: 1971 Cuda 340 Four Speed Convertible [Re: DeMopuar]
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Some other things are missing, cheapie drivers side mirror not my choice ordering a Cuda Convertible, did not color match the lower valance insert. Since it looks like a 1971 Cuda Convertible, BS27R1B is likely giving you the Ball Park price if all things add up but from two pictures tossing 100+K at the car would need a pretty good inspection and a known history.
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#2423887 - 12/26/17 10:41 AM Re: WIW: 1971 Cuda 340 Four Speed Convertible [Re: hemicar1971]
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The car doesn't look to have the door top or quarter window moldings also. Missing the rocker moldings also like Terry said. I would definitely inspect myself before purchase.

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#2424013 - 12/26/17 03:29 PM Re: WIW: 1971 Cuda 340 Four Speed Convertible [Re: DeMopuar]
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Kevin is correct, I was giving prices for cars described not the photos.
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#2424699 - 12/27/17 09:04 PM Re: WIW: 1971 Cuda 340 Four Speed Convertible [Re: DeMopuar]
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Thanks for the information - I have not seen this car yet in person, that's why I was looking for a range. I see those things on it too - and I'm going to have to make sure it hasn't been rebodied from a 1970 Barracuda or Cuda. This is a huge concern for me.

Thanks for all the replies!!!!

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#2424720 - 12/27/17 09:48 PM Re: WIW: 1971 Cuda 340 Four Speed Convertible [Re: DeMopuar]
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I know it's an auto but what about the one Jason R has for sale in California?

I have the impression that he knows his stuff and is a stand up guy.

Dave
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#2424722 - 12/27/17 09:51 PM Re: WIW: 1971 Cuda 340 Four Speed Convertible [Re: DeMopuar]
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Yes, I know that's a nice car - I just would really like a four speed.

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#2427814 - 01/02/18 01:27 PM Re: WIW: 1971 Cuda 340 Four Speed Convertible [Re: DeMopuar]
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Not sure if it sold for the asking price, but if an auto car garner $119k...


https://www.moparponderosa.com/real-71-cuda-convert-340-sold/
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#2427990 - 01/02/18 06:49 PM Re: WIW: 1971 Cuda 340 Four Speed Convertible [Re: ragtopdodge]
Matt M Offline
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Originally Posted By ragtopdodge
Not sure if it sold for the asking price, but if an auto car garner $119k...


https://www.moparponderosa.com/real-71-cuda-convert-340-sold/


This was a color change car too.

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