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Hemis Lineup At Mecum Auction

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Mecum always feature some mouthwatering cars, but the auction on Jan. 15-24 at Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee, Florida, will feature some of the rarest Hemi powered muscle cars making Mopar fans Sublime Green with envy….groan!

The 426 Hemi engined cars of the early 70s have proven to be some of the rarest and most expensive around, so be very interesting to see what these rare beauties eventually go for.

1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible

One of five 4-speed Hemi Cuda Convertibles produced in 1970
– Rebuilt E74 426/425 HP Hemi V-8 engine
– A833 4-speed transmission
– A34 Super Track Pack
– 4.10 Sure Grip rear end
– 26 inch heavy duty radiator
– Power front disc brakes
– FY1 Lemon Twist Yellow with Black stripes
– Black vinyl interior with A01 light group
– Music Master AM radio
– Power convertible top
– Hurst Pistol Grip shifter
– A62 Rallye instrument cluster
– C62 6-way adjustable driver’s seat
– G33 remote driver’s mirror
– N96 Shaker hood with J45 hood pins
– N42 chrome exhaust tips
– Color-matched wheels and dog dish hubcaps
– Goodyear polyglas GT tires
– Two partial broadcast sheets
– Fender tag breakdown
– Engine rebuild receipt
– Best in Class at 2006 Ault Park Concours d’Elegance, Ohio


1970 Dodge Hemi Challenger R/T Convertible

– One of nine Hemi Challenger Convertibles produced in 1970
– Featured in June, 1999 issue of Mopar Muscle
– R-Code 426/425 HP Hemi engine
– 956 radiator
– Automatic transmission
– 8 ¾ inch rear end
– Power steering
– Drum brakes
– FJ5 Sublime with Black striping
– Hood tie down pins
– V3W White convertible top
– Black bucket seats and console
– Rallye dash
– Rim Blow steering wheel
– Power windows
– Music Master radio with 8-track player
– Painted mirrors
– Luggage rack
– Rallye wheels and Goodyear Polyglas tires


1970 Dodge Challenger R/T Convertible

– 1 of 61 4-speed V-code Challenger convertibles produced
– Original broadcast sheet and fender tag
– Broadcast sheet reads Y13, Dealer Demonstrator
– Date code correct 440/390 HP engine
– Original 4-speed transmission and rear end
– A34 4.10 Dana Super Track pack
– Correct EV2 Hemi Orange
– Black interior and top
– Chrysler Registry report
– Original body panels
– Older restoration


1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda

– 1970 Hemi Cuda 4-speed
– 9,800 original miles
– Unrestored time capsule with the overwhelming majority of original paint, parts and interior
– Known ownership history since new
– Copy of the original title
– Numbers matching 426 Hemi motor, non-matching transmission
– Original glass and sheet metal
– Rare color combination Alpine White with Black interior
– Pistol Grip, Dana with Rallye wheels, and Black hockey stick stripe
– Multiple award winning car featured in many magazines including: 1992 Mopar Magazine, TV and New York Times
– Requested at Concours and will be featured in an upcoming calendar
– Investment grade Hemi car and in very desirable condition
– Frank Badalson Authenticated original motor/four-speed car


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