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1971 Plymouth Hemi Convertible To Auction For Millions

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by Dave Ashton

Coming up for sale via Mecum’s May Indianapolis 2021 auction is a rather rare 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda convertible. The final auction price is estimated to be around $6 million+, making this Cuda one of the most valuable around.

The car is 1 of 12 Hemi Cuda convertibles and only one 1 of 3 fitted with a A833 4-speed manual transmission. It’s also the only 1971 Hemi Cuda Convertible with a Winchester Gray paint job. As for engine specs, this Cuda houses the ubiquitous 426cu Hemi V8, which was good for 425 HP back in the day. Other standout features include a 3.54 Sure Grip differential, power steering and brakes, GA4 Winchester Gray Metallic paint, and Hurst Pistol Grip shifter.


This particular Hemi Cuda was 1 of 5 destined for export, eventually landing in France. A 240 KPH speedometer was originally fitted, which now shows a metric odometer. The A33 Track Pak has also been fitted, bringing in suspension upgrades, a 26-inch radiator, and a seven-blade viscous fan.


Of course, everything here is numbers matching, with everything on a tick list which you would expect from a top-notch example 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda.

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