Known for his big inventory of Mopar parts and from his appearance in the Graveyard Carz, Tony D’Agostino owns some remarkable muscle cars and this Convertible 1970 Plymouth Cuda was part of his collection for over 20 years, until it was sold at Mecum Auctions in 2020. It is not a 426 HEMI powered car, but the combination of options make it very special.
It is one of the 88 Convertible Plymouth Cudas built in 1970 with 340 engine paired with 4-speed. Only 19 of these E-bodies came with the A31 Performance Axle Package and just 23 Convertibles were painted in the High Impact Vitamin C Orange. Showing just 57,000 miles on the odometer and with its original fender tag intact, this 1970 Plymouth Cuda is a gem.
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