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June 19, 2019

A 1971 Hemi Cuda Convertible 4-Speed Sells For $3.5 Million!

by Mike –

The Mecum auction in Seattle just sold this 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible for $3.5 million! I believe the buyers commission raises this to a net of $3,850,000.

The Muscle Car market has just taken a leap upward in prices. Is this the highest price paid for a non-Shelby American Muscle Car?

Hemi Cuda Convertible

Mecum says,

– Fully restored example of what is arguably the most sought after factory muscle car in the world
– 1 of 2 four-speed examples delivered in the US
– Retains mostly all of its original sheet metal
– Retains its original drivetrain
– Documented with the broadcast sheet
– Original Hemi 426/425 HP V-8
– Original 4-speed transmission
– Two 4-barrel carburetors
– Hurst Pistol Grip shifter
– Power brakes
– Blue with Blue interior and Black top
– Bucket seats
– Goodyear polyglas tires
– 1 of 11 Hemi Cuda Convertibles produced in 1971

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A 1971 Hemi Cuda Convertible 4-Speed Sells For $3.5 Million!
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A 1971 Hemi Cuda Convertible 4-Speed Sells For $3.5 Million!
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A record price for a Hemi Cuda.
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Comments

  1. Rob Krantz says

    A great car, but I am concerned that we are in an overheated market like 1989-1990.

  2. I know this combination is rare, but unless this car comes with marriage to Scarlett Johansson, it is not worth $3.5 million! Glenn in the Bronx, NY.

  3. 3.5 million it’s just doesn’t make sense. It looks pretty ugly with those rims too.

  4. Hmmmmm.
    Got a box of old tulip bulbs here somewhere.

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