The builder of the 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Pro Touring seen here by way of Show Your Auto.com in Shreveport, Louisiana set out with the goal to improve on 1971’s engineering problems and still stay true to the original. Visit the ad to see for yourself if he was successful!
This is what the dealership had to say:
This is a nut and bolt restoration, upgrades stretched to the point of a diminishing returns. Beginning with the Hemi, the decision was to start with a new water block (water around each cylinder). These blocks are no longer produced. It has a standard 4.25 bore with a 4.35 stroke. The longer stroke solves one of the Hemi problems. A faster moving piston keeps the fuel in suspension and helps the engine idle clean. This combination makes a 500 cid engine.
All of this was put into a rotisserie restored painted 1971 N96 Shaker Cuda. The interior panels and hardware is new and the custom leather seats have new foam and backs. The Rally gauge cluster was built by Redline gauges and the headlights are HID. The stereo is Pioneer and Kicker.
This car has been SOLD.
This 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Pro Touring was a standout among the Street Machine listings in the Cars On Line Newsletter this week. Click here to see more Street Machines for sale. Or check out the Street Machines Section of the Cars On Line website for hundreds more for sale.
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