Originally posted by joeskuya
Actually some of your facts are wrong, the 1971 'Cuda that Don Johnson drove in the show "Nash Bridges" was not an original at all. Don Johnson saw one in a magazine and wanted it for the show. They later found out the the 1971 'Cuda wasn't an easy car to find seeing as only 13 were made. The people that made the show contacted Plymouth the original makers of the 'Cuda (know today as Chrysler) and they had 4 replica's of the 71 Cuda made, If you were a fan of the show you would also know that they blew one of those four up in one of the episodes in i believe the Sixth season, which was the last season before CBS cancelled the show because if became to expensive to produce.
You may want to recheck
your facts again....
Here and here
Where did you see that only 13
Cudas were made in 1971?
I also have a hard time believing that Plymouth, still had the tooling to make a 1971 Cuda convertible(beings they only made 13 to begin with) and actually agreed to reproduce only 4...sounds like they would have some issues with titling and licensing producing a 199x Plymouth Cuda...
If you could produce the source of your facts, I am sure that we would all like to see also.