1970 Plymouth Cuda Built for SEMA Can be Yours for $150k

Check this thing out and you'll see that's a bargain.

Dubbed “Conviction Cuda,” this stunning 1970 Plymouth Barracuda was built for SEMA 2008 and represents one of the finest pro-touring cars ever made. The spare-no-cost construction is a masterpiece, from the hand-formed steel body and custom made hood to the shaved door handles and flush-mounted glass an insane amount of attention to detail went into this car before finishing it with a Silver Star and Perfect Purple paint job topped off with a unique strobe stripe.

Harley-Davidson twin-bulb modular headlights and hand-made LED rear lights are other stand-out features, while underhood a modern, beautifully-detailed 6.1-liter Hemi delivers over 525 horsepower via a Keisler 5-speed. The chassis is upgraded with a suspension featuring massive sway bars and cockpit-adjustable air shocks, beefy Baer brakes, a stainless-steel X-pipe and custom exhaust tips, and a set of Bonspeed Quasar wheels staggered 18/20 inches front/rear. The exterior graphics continue inside where Corvette bucket seats have been fitted along with a custom console, a billet pistol grip shifter, Mopar Performance analog gauges, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel with carbon-fiber trim.

As you'd expect of a SEMA show car, the stunning Cuda also boasts a pumping sound system, made up of an Alpine head unit, built-in speaker pods and massive Kicker speakers. With just 800 miles on the clock, the 1970 Plymouth Cuda is currently for sale on eBay via RK Motors Charlotte, with a Buy It Now price of $149,900.

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