Gary got his hands on a really cool ’70 AAR Cuda way back in 1985 but it wasn’t until he retired in 2014 that he was able to start working on the Mopar. He did most of the work himself, pouring a whopping 1,500 hours of blood, sweat, and probably a few tears into this car.
Trust me, this build is something to be proud of. The attention to detail is top-notch, and the result is a stunning recently restored Sassy Grass Green Cuda. Now, let’s talk power, my friends. This AAR Cuda boasts a 340 six-barrel engine paired with a four-speed transmission.
If you want to get an up-close look at Gary’s 1970 Plymouth Cuda AAR and learn the full story, check out the Six Pack Garage video below.