I wouldn’t call this Convertible 1970 Plymouth Cuda a survivor car as some parts have been replaced, but it is extremely well preserved and very rare low mileage Mopar. It is 1 of 132 (BS27) Convertibles that came with the 383 Big Block paired with Automatic in 1970 and the F4 Green paint makes it even more special.
Born in September of 1969, this Convertible 1970 Plymouth Cuda 383 Big Block is also believed to be one of the first 25 cars that came off the assembly line. As an early build, you will notice some very cool factory options as well as that the chrome top door moldings or red bars in the grille are missing.
Play the video to see this rare 1970 Plymouth Cuda Convertible all the way around.