1971 Hemi Haircut Cuda

1971 Plymouth 426 Hemi-Cuda equipped from factory with four speed transmission. One of 59, 1971 Hemi-Cudas equipped with Four Speed Transmission. Documentation includes New Vehicle Manufacturer’s Statement of Origin (MSO) verifying this vehicle’s VIN number, Date and Address of Selling New Car Dealer and New Vehicle Delivery Date. Additional documentation is copies of all titles proving owner history since new. In December 2007, noted Mopar Authority, Galen Govier completed a formal visual report documenting this vehicle’s condition and originality and awarded it a 1.7 on his 1 to 6 scale.

In 1989, this vehicle was discovered by Muscle Car Review’s Tom Shaw and Greg Rager. This vehicle’s discovery and restoration was documented in several issues of the national magazine, “Muscle Car Review.”

This vehicle is one of the highest optioned 1971 Hemi Cudas on record and has 3 fender tags. Factory Options include; Hemi Engine (E74), Four Speed Transmission (D21), B5 Blue Exterior with Black Vinyl Top (V1X), Black Leather Seats (RX9), Light Package (A01), Super Track Pac which includes Dana 60 Differential, HD Cooling and Hemi Suspension (A34), Front and Rear Spoilers (A45), Rallye Gauges (A62), Rear Window Louvers (A67), Power Disc Front Brakes (B51), Console (C16), Six Way Driver’s Bucket Seat, (C62) Tinted Glass, all (G11), Chrome Outside Mirrors (G31, G33), Fender Mounted Turn Signals (L31), Tachometer (N85), Shaker Hood (N96), and AM/FM Radio (R35).

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Bill Sefton
Bill Sefton
Bill Sefton, Chicago native, and passionate car collector. Currently retired, but still involved in the car collection community. Reach out, happy to connect!