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1970 Plymouth 'Cuda

1970 Plymouth 'Cuda in Ted Bundy, Movie, 2002 IMDB

Class: Cars, CoupÚ — Model origin: US

1970 Plymouth 'Cuda

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Junkman UK

2006-04-05 00:59

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1970 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda

BeanBandit FI

2006-04-05 12:17

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The name of the color option In Violet, Dodges had same color as Plum Crazy.

antp BE

2006-04-05 12:34

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Junkman wrote 1970 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda

Other were listed as "Hemi Barracuda", is "'Cuda" just a nickname or was it the real model name?

Saturn Simon UK

2006-04-05 17:57

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Hemi 'Cuda was the actual name given to Hemi-powered versions of the Barracuda. They even have "'Cuda" badges on the rear panel. Hemi Barracuda is not strictly correct.

antp BE

2006-04-05 21:19

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OK, let's renaming the others then ;)

Ralph DE

2006-04-05 22:00

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The proof:
http://www.prn.ee/ajuvant/reklaam/1970/plym-cuda426hemi70.jpg

Cuda71 AT

2006-06-07 01:06

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Yep, thats right. But not every Cuda is necessarily equipped with a Hemi. Cudas where even built with the "small" 340cid engine.
"Cuda" stands for the sporty version of the Barracuda. Chrysler decided to take the name on, beacuse earlier Barracudas where cold that way by there drivers. If you want compare it to the sister model from Dodge, the Challenger, it would be a Challenger R/T (Road and Track).
Feel free to check it out on this nice page www.cuda71.com :D

stronghold EN

2006-06-07 10:23

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Cuda71 wrote ... Cudas where even built with the "small" 340cid engine.

Small.? ...Never small.! 5580cc is still Very large ..even by todays standards.!! :)
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Skid US

2007-08-10 19:05

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This 'Cuda has the dual-scooped standard 'Cuda hood, which rules out a Hemi engine. Hemi 'Cudas came with Shaker hoods standard, whereas Shakers were optional on 340, 383, and 440 'Cudas.

Oddly enough, Dodge Challenger R/Ts all had the Shaker as optional, including Hemi models.

incog CA

2007-08-12 19:26

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What a gorgeous car man. I would become rigid, possibly catatonic with awe-stricken glee if I ever saw this beauty in person!

tony US

2008-10-02 00:51

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If you could see the stripe on the back, It would have the engine size in it, 340, 383, 440 or Hemi

Skid US

2008-12-01 02:01

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Dual-scooped hood automatically rules out a Hemi...1970 and 1971 Hemi Cudas came standard with Shaker scoops.

roadrunnerguy US

2009-12-31 06:00

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Skid`s right.

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