It's capable of making grown men cry.
Described as the most valuable muscle car of all time in the sales description, this completely untouched 1971 Hemicuda is, for lack of a better word that I can’t think of at the moment, perfect. Like absolutely perfect. There’s only one problem I have with it, the price. This isn’t a typo, but the "bottom line as-is" price is $1,900,000. How is that a justifiable amount? Here are 13 reasons why, according to the seller, RK Motors of Charlotte, North Carolina.
1. Original, untouched 3-speed transmission. 2. Original Chrysler dual exhaust. 3. Original black vinyl interior loaded with rare optional equipment. 4. Fully documented from its factory punch card to its recent Mopar Action feature article. 5. Three tag car that’s the highest optioned Hemi ‘Cuda known to exist. 6. Original, untouched Dana 60 rear end. 7. Original Rallye wheels which wear original Goodyear Polyglass tires.
8. Original optional stereo that’s complete with a microphone jack and recorder. 9. It’s the world’s ultimate reference-grade Hemi ‘Cuda. 10. Virtually untouched 426 cubic inch Hemi V8 that’s so original it’s still complete with factory fluids. 11. Original and untouched heavy duty Hemi suspension. 12. Original body that’s still covered in original Rallye Red paint, original billboards and an original black vinyl top. 13. Ordered new by the RJ Reynolds Tobacco heir.