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A Bunch Of Muscle Cars: Which Ones For Sale?

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When you first read the title of this car listing, ‘1970 Plymouth Grand Coupe w/leather Factory Correct Grand Coupe Cuda 440, 4 sp’ it sort of implies you are buying a 1970 Plymouth 440, but the image has three cars and the listing talks about a 71 Challenger and 73 Cuda 340…..??

Once you rattle through all the information, the sale looks like initially three vehicles in one listing, two still for sale as listed below, a 1970’s Barracuda with a replacement 426 Hemi and a 1971 Challenger convertible.

The listing says $150,000, but that looks like the price they want for just the 1970 hemi-Cuda, the Challenger is extra?
All a little confusing…..

Essentially, if you’re interested in these cars, you could try a punt of a ‘Buy it now’ for $150,000 and insist the advertised price is what you are paying for both vehicles, but obviously no one in their right mind is going to let them both go for that price, so maybe start some negotiation if you are interested and hint they should have just listed these cars separately!

1970 “Ray Barton” 426 HEMI Cuda.
Came with a nice 440 CID 4 Speed Hemi Trans. (but are extra.)
Matching numbers.
SHAKER, M/T 5sp. P/S, R/B, M/L, console, pistol shifter, new Factory Leather replacement Seats, Factory correct Sub-Lime Green color with Black interior, MSD electronics, full TTI 3” dual exhaust and black HEMI stripe/Shaker Hood, NOS Hemi wiper motor, $700, all Factory Original Colors for this car, FRESH full $17,000 restoration, Very-Very HOT looking, Car is S T R A I G H T straight, see photos, and excellent sounding with 600+ dyno. hp, but cool inside with best sound and heat protection available. New Carpet has never had shoes/feet on them, Front disk brakes, Factory correct Leather seats

1971 Challenger convertible.
Plum-Crazy/ White interior and Convertible Top, Factory Original Colors=WOW, A/T, P/S, small block V8, With Paperwork, all numbers matching. Was a Winston Concourse car at Indy and in many parades. Judged by Cannonball Run movie writer said that it was the “Best restored Challenger he had seen in the country” at the Eastman (Kodak) House, movie car festival, Rochester, NY. Very Coool looking with this beautiful combo of factory ORIGINAL colors.

Price: US $150,000.00



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