1970 Plymouth AAR 'Cuda
Produced only for a single production year, the 1970 Plymouth AAR 'Cuda is an incredibly rare automobile. This street rod was primarily built to qualify the track-ready All American Racers (AAR) version of the 'Cuda for the SCCA Trans-Am racing series. The matte-black fiberglass hood, car-length strobe stripes, raked stance and ducktail spoiler made no attempt to hide what lurked within — a 340 cubic-inch 6-barrel V-8 that, while factory-rated at 290bhp, actually put out around 325-350bhp. A true MOPAR monster!
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A 1:18 scale tribute to a masterpiece of design and speed!
This exceptional replica features a host of amazing details including a wired and plumbed V-8 engine, an incredible Alpine White paint job with a matte-black hood, the famous strobe stripes going along both sides of the car ending with the All American Racers (AAR) and 'Cuda logos, lustrous black upholstery and doors that open to view the detailed interior. The trunk opens and the steering wheel turns the front wheels. Now, you can own a stunning 1:18 scale replica of a unique MOPAR powerhouse. Presenting...the 1970 Plymouth AAR 'Cuda, made exclusively for the Danbury Mint by ACME.
Product Specifications:Material: Die-cast Metal
Size: Scale 1:18; 10" in length
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