Cuda Convertible – 1970 (New Tooling!)
Stock Number  – 1806129 Year / Make / Model  – 1970 HEMI Cuda Convertible Exterior Color  – Yellow Interior Color  – Black Manufacture  – Acme Scale  –  1:18 Production Number  – 750 Estimated Release Date  – 2nd Qtr 2024 Please Note – If you’re comparing prices be sure to factor in our competitors Shipping Fee’s.  Most of our Cars have Free Shipping! We pack with care as well!     Special Offer!! Our price includes the Shipping Fee if you’re in the Lower U.S 48! Sorry but this offer excludes all foreign shipments as well as HI, P.R. & AK . Make no mistake, 1970 Hemi ‘Cudas are rare. Plymouth made just 652 Hardtops total to be exact. Most customers had one thing in mind: Going really, really fast in a straight line, either from one stoplight to the next or perhaps 1320 feet at a time. Only 18 people in 1970 wanted their Hemi ‘Cuda to put a little more wind in their hair. By the late 1970s Hemi convertibles were roughly $10,000 cars. In the mid-1980s a few sold in the $25,000 range. By 1990 they had just tipped into six-figure territory. And at the beginning of the 2000's a few traded in the half million dollar range. Serious money to be sure. . Note: Your Credit Card will not be charged until the item is ready to ship! . .  
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Cuda Drag Car “Arlen Vanke” – 1968
Stock Number  – 1806133 Year / Make / Model  – 1968 "Arlen Vanke" Cuda Super Stock Exterior Color  – Race Day Look Interior Color  – Black Manufacture  – Acme Scale  –  1:18 Production Number  – 500 Estimated Release Date  – 2nd Qtr 2024 . "Akron" Arlen Vanke was a working-man's drag racer. Competing--and winning--in the Stock, Super Stock and Pro Stock classes, he set records with Pontiacs and, later, Plymouths, earning multiple Stock Eliminator titles with both marques. Through it all, he built the cars in a backyard garage and often drove his open ramp truck to the track and back. In fact, Chrysler hired Vanke to test their performance technology. In 1967, Arlen modified the RO23 Hemi intake manifold for racing. "NHRA rules allowed racers to modify the intake manifold, so I made the stock manifold into a plenum chamber manifold, " he said. . Vanke's Hemi, along with the Sox & Martin team, gave Mopars so many victories in the late '60s that they dominated the scene in Super Stocks. In 1968, he built this incredible HEMI Cuda that we are so proud to offer. He won the Nationals in August at Indy running SS/B with his 1968 Plymouth Hemi Cuda. He then reset the record again with a 10.61 at 140 miles per hour in the Cuda in SS/A at the Winter Nationals in Pomona, California. . . Special Offer!! Pre Order this item and we will include the Shipping Fee’s if you’re in the Lower U.S 48! Sorry but this offer excludes all foreign shipments as well as HI, P.R. & AK . Note: Your Credit Card will not be charged until the item is ready to ship! . .
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Plymouth AWB Drag Car – “Mister Speed” – 1965
Stock Number  – 1806511 Year / Make / Model  – 1965 AWB Drag Car "Mister Speed" Exterior Color  – Race Day Look Interior Color  – Black Manufacture  – Acme Estimated Release Date  – 3rd Qtr 2024 Production Number  – 504 Scale  –  1:18 .
Please Note – If you’re comparing prices be sure to factor in our competitors Shipping Fee’s.  Most of our Cars have Free Shipping! We pack with care as well! . Anyone witnessing the strip-shaking performances of today's 275-mph 5-second AA/Funny Cars will find it difficult to connect those thundering acceleration machines with the purely pedestrian daily drivers found in a typical new-car dealer's showroom. But by winding back the timers to the mid-'60s, the relationship between these contemporary competition cars and yesterday's store-bought "grocery getters" can be seen more clearly. Chrysler's corporate drag racing efforts went extreme in 1965 with a handful of purpose-built drag machines born of the muscle car era's "win at all costs" mentality. The 1965 Plymouth Factory Altered Wheelbase cars and their Dodge counterparts resulted from a cutthroat battle between Ford and Chrysler for victory in the NHRA's Super Stock and A/Factory Experimental A/FX classes. . Special Offer!! Our price includes the Shipping Fee if you’re in the Lower U.S 48! Sorry but this offer excludes all foreign shipments as well as HI, P.R. & AK .
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Plymouth Cuda – 1971
Stock Number  – 1806134 Year / Make / Model  – 1971 Cuda 340 Exterior Color  – Tahitian Walnut Metallic Interior Color  – White Manufacture  – Acme Scale  –  1:18 Production Number  – 500 Estimated Release Date  – 3rd Qtr 2024 . Please Note – If you’re comparing prices be sure to factor in our competitors Shipping Fee’s.  Most of our Cars have Free Shipping! We pack with care as well! . . Special Offer!! Our price includes the Shipping Fee if you’re in the Lower U.S 48! Sorry but this offer excludes all foreign shipments as well as HI, P.R. & AK . 1971 was the last year so many engine options would be offered in the Barracuda, as new government regulations the following year would require horsepower to be expressed as net instead of gross, and the largest engine available for the Barracuda was a 340 CID V8. In 1971, however, Barracuda buyers could choose from just about every engine Plymouth produced, just as they had been able to the year before. Since the Coupe was just a stripped down hardtop model, their production numbers are grouped together. While these were the best selling models of the 1971 Barracudas, their production was only at 9,459. The Coupe had a base price of $2,654, while the Hardtop started at $2,766. The convertible began at $3,023 and had a production run of 1,014. . Note: Your Credit Card will not be charged until the item is ready to ship! .    
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Plymouth Cuda – 1971 (Vinyl Top Version)
Stock Number  – 1806134-VT Year / Make / Model  – 1971 Cuda 340 Exterior Color  – Tahitian Walnut Metallic / White Vinyl Top Interior Color  – White Manufacture  – Acme Scale  –  1:18 Production Number  – 500 Estimated Release Date  – 3rd Qtr 2024 . Please Note – If you’re comparing prices be sure to factor in our competitors Shipping Fee’s.  Most of our Cars have Free Shipping! We pack with care as well! . . Special Offer!! Our price includes the Shipping Fee if you’re in the Lower U.S 48! Sorry but this offer excludes all foreign shipments as well as HI, P.R. & AK . 1971 was the last year so many engine options would be offered in the Barracuda, as new government regulations the following year would require horsepower to be expressed as net instead of gross, and the largest engine available for the Barracuda was a 340 CID V8. In 1971, however, Barracuda buyers could choose from just about every engine Plymouth produced, just as they had been able to the year before. Since the Coupe was just a stripped down hardtop model, their production numbers are grouped together. While these were the best selling models of the 1971 Barracudas, their production was only at 9,459. The Coupe had a base price of $2,654, while the Hardtop started at $2,766. The convertible began at $3,023 and had a production run of 1,014. . Note: Your Credit Card will not be charged until the item is ready to ship! . .
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Plymouth Road Runner – 1970
Stock Number  –  18971 Year / Make / Model  – 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Exterior Color  – Yellow Interior Color  – Black Manufacture  –  GMP Release Date  – Available Now! Production Number  –  732 Scale  –  1:18 . Please Note – If you’re comparing prices be sure to factor in our competitors Shipping Fee’s.  Most of our Cars have Free Shipping! We pack with care as well!     Special Offer!! Our price includes the Shipping Fee if you’re in the Lower U.S 48! Sorry but this offer excludes all foreign shipments as well as HI, P.R. & AK . Note: We do not charge your credit card until the item is in stock and ready to ship. .  
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