|02-11-2005 06:04 PM|
while on the subject of mv,
have a mcburnie, black/tan, 76 chassis, ls6, 200r4, 4:11
also have a pic of "crockett & tubbs"
will sell package best offer over 100k, (just in case the guy who bought the cuda or some other bonehead with too much cash is out there)
seriously do have the car, not the pic, is not for sale.
|02-11-2005 10:52 AM|
71's are the only one's with fender "gill's" and a few other trim items. They are deffinetly THE money ride and IF you have ANY original E body HEMI car,expect to buy a NICE house for it.
The car I'm refering to is white with HEMI billboard's on the rear quarter.
The burning question was,What make's this car worth 2 Mil.?
Somebody would pay that for it.
|02-11-2005 09:22 AM|
|crazygutgut||Its not just the "hemi cuda Convertible" thats valuable is it? I thought it was specifically the year "71" that made it worth more. &0's look almost identical, but those are not nearly as rare right? I saw rides last night, and he said "1 of 11 made world wide". and he did say he would expect 2 mil, if he sold it.|
|02-11-2005 03:29 AM|
I wouldn't be a bit surprised to see a restored one go over 2 mil. There was a Shelby mustang on the same show (rides) that had brought 2 million on auction. Carol Shelby was on there and he was driving the first AC Cobra. It is well worn with the seats all worn out. He said he turned down 10 million for it.
|02-11-2005 02:59 AM|
Thats quite a gap for a car to sell. A million dollar leeway is huge no matter how you look at it.
There is a guy about 10 mins north of me that has a Lime Green Hemi Cuda convertible, with a white top, white interior, and a 4speed, that he bought new from the dealership...I could be wrong, but I seriously doubt that it would ever bring anything close to the million dollar range...and it is in MINT condition. Next time I see him, I will ask him if I can snap a couple of pics of his car. Now that I think about it, there is another hemi cuda convertible in a little town about 30 mins north of here (Mt Victory). it is purple with a black top and black interior. The purple one shows up to a couple of the local cruise-ins during the summer. I'll snap a pic or 2 of it next time also.
|02-11-2005 02:48 AM|
|willowbilly3||I saw one of the Hemi convertibles on rides last night. I think he said there were only 13 made, real low number anyway. It was being restored and the guy said it would probably go between 2 and 3 million.|
|02-10-2005 12:31 PM|
i keep my 71 cuda convert in the garage
nice to know i can trade it for a house!
|02-10-2005 09:18 AM|
I saw that car at carlisle Mopar show last year. The work they did on that car was impressive.
The workover hollywood gave it was also impressive in another kind of way.
Click feature cars.
|02-10-2005 08:14 AM|
|dinger||This car was sold again at B/J auction, if it is the same car? I would have to think they lost their butt on the resale, it had a hemi added to the car.results 2005|
|02-09-2005 08:31 PM|
7 were actual U.S. cars and the rest were exports.
One of which was a French car that was brought back to the U.S.
Restored and sold for a cool......
2 MILLION DOLLARS.
The same guy paid 1 Million for a another one earlier.
|02-09-2005 04:47 PM|
9 1971 hemi cuda convertables. Not cudas altogether. And I beleive I read in mopar muscle that the cars were 340 powered or 318.
If my memory serves, in the first episode, nash is taking this rookie out for a ride somewhere, and the guy asks what kinda car is this? and I think nash said 1970 hemi cuda. Oops.
|02-09-2005 04:07 PM|
|crazygutgut||oops Im the dum *****|
|02-09-2005 03:16 PM|
i doubt they had original tooling around too, but now they do. you (we) will all be able to buy new metal cuda's and 69 camaro ragtops and a mustang as well soon from aftermarket mfgs as i'm sure we all read a couple of months back in HRM
way to wake the dead, weimer!
|02-09-2005 08:21 AM|
Re: Check your Facts
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.
|02-09-2005 05:41 AM|
Check your Facts
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.
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