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1970 Hemi Cuda convertible at Mecum Kissimmee #3003962
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Re: 1970 Hemi Cuda convertible at Mecum Kissimmee [Re: Hemi_Joel] #3003963
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I saw it at MCACN and Mecum last Thursday, interesting car for sure, but I know nothing about it. I am sure it is well documented... work


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Re: 1970 Hemi Cuda convertible at Mecum Kissimmee [Re: Rhinodart] #3003964
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Re: 1970 Hemi Cuda convertible at Mecum Kissimmee [Re: Satilite73] #3003973
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Oddball colors combo...


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Re: 1970 Hemi Cuda convertible at Mecum Kissimmee [Re: 1972CudaV21] #3003988
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Originally Posted by 1972CudaV21
Oddball colors combo...


If I had that car I think I'd swap in a white interior and put some nice shiny wheels on it and throw those yellow wheels in the dumpster. It would look a whole lot better.


[img]http://i.imgur.com/boeexFms.jpg[/img]
31 Plymouth Coupe, 392 Hemi, T56 magnum
RS23J71
RS27J77
RP23J71
RO23J71
WM21J8A
“Never argue with a fool; onlookers may not be able to tell the difference.” – Mark Twain
"Stay away from negative people. They have a problem for every solution."
Re: 1970 Hemi Cuda convertible at Mecum Kissimmee [Re: Hemi_Joel] #3003993
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Originally Posted by Hemi_Joel
Originally Posted by 1972CudaV21
Oddball colors combo...


If I had that car I think I'd swap in a white interior and put some nice shiny wheels on it and throw those yellow wheels in the dumpster. It would look a whole lot better.


It's not supposed to look a whole lot better, it supposed to be as the factory built it... tonguue


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Re: 1970 Hemi Cuda convertible at Mecum Kissimmee [Re: Rhinodart] #3004039
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Originally Posted by Rhinodart
Originally Posted by Hemi_Joel
Originally Posted by 1972CudaV21
Oddball colors combo...


If I had that car I think I'd swap in a white interior and put some nice shiny wheels on it and throw those yellow wheels in the dumpster. It would look a whole lot better.


It's not supposed to look a whole lot better, it supposed to be as the factory built it... tonguue


So it's supposed to look like someone with no taste ordered it? laugh2
Yellow with a saddle interior???? puke

The first thing the new owner did back in 1970 was change the wheels to something custom and take off the taxi cab looking wheels. whistling


Kayse can't keep up at all now. lol
Re: 1970 Hemi Cuda convertible at Mecum Kissimmee [Re: Hemi_Joel] #3004055
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Originally Posted by Hemi_Joel
Originally Posted by 1972CudaV21
Oddball colors combo...


If I had that car I think I'd swap in a white interior and put some nice shiny wheels on it and throw those yellow wheels in the dumpster. It would look a whole lot better.


So buy it and do it. shruggy

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Re: 1970 Hemi Cuda convertible at Mecum Kissimmee [Re: Bob Stinson] #3004057
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The combination of yellow & saddle is a little odd, but apparently I'm the exception here as I love the saddle interior & painted steel wheels. (see avatar LOL) What I find more strange is the argent bubble rather than black...

For over 2 mil you think they could spring for a red cap battery?

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Re: 1970 Hemi Cuda convertible at Mecum Kissimmee [Re: Bob Stinson] #3004070
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Originally Posted by Bob Stinson
Originally Posted by Hemi_Joel
Originally Posted by 1972CudaV21
Oddball colors combo...


If I had that car I think I'd swap in a white interior and put some nice shiny wheels on it and throw those yellow wheels in the dumpster. It would look a whole lot better.


So buy it and do it. shruggy

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$2,400,000 - $2,700,000



If I had enough extra dough laying around that I could buy that car, which I don't, I'd have bought that gray 71 Hemi cuda convertible that was offered recently rather than this one.


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31 Plymouth Coupe, 392 Hemi, T56 magnum
RS23J71
RS27J77
RP23J71
RO23J71
WM21J8A
“Never argue with a fool; onlookers may not be able to tell the difference.” – Mark Twain
"Stay away from negative people. They have a problem for every solution."
Re: 1970 Hemi Cuda convertible at Mecum Kissimmee [Re: 6PACKB] #3004312
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Originally Posted by 6PACKB
The combination of yellow & saddle is a little odd, but apparently I'm the exception here as I love the saddle interior & painted steel wheels. (see avatar LOL) What I find more strange is the argent bubble rather than black...

For over 2 mil you think they could spring for a red cap battery?


The shaker bubble in 1970 would be argent, 1971 would be black that's why.


Kayse can't keep up at all now. lol
Re: 1970 Hemi Cuda convertible at Mecum Kissimmee [Re: SNK-EYZ] #3004372
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I have seen black shaker bubbles on original untouched 1970 Cudas. Also a lot of people say 1971 Challengers did not have Argent bubbles but I know of quite a few with Argent bubbles and one of them is in my garage. The Convertible Cuda is a well known car and the history is well known.


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