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1968 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S

1968 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S

This restoration project has a personal story to it from S&S. The family member that manages and takes care of all of the technology side of S&S (that’s me) has always loved all three generations of the Barracuda, but the second gen cars (1967-69) were always my favorite. When this basket case 1968 Formula S car came up for cheap (well, the end price is never cheap) at a swap meet, we jumped on it. That was a decade ago!…

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1970 Plymouth Sport Satellite Wagon

1970 Plymouth Sport Satellite Wagon

When you have a large family and you need to haul the kids around, well, what better way to do it than in a Sport Satellite Wagon! Especially one that came from the factory with a 383-2 barrel! Only 340 383 6 passenger wagons were made in 1970 and this one has power disk brakes, a front sway bar, power steering, working A/C and even has all the original interior except for an NOS front seat. Scott is the second…

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1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda 440-6

1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda 440-6

This is a cool restoration. It is an Original 1971 Cuda 440 6-Pac, 4-Speed, Dana. On top of that, the color combo is ultra cool, black paint with a black top and black interior with cloth inserts. It was also ordered with the rear window louvers and rally gauges. The car was put on a rotisserie and completely redone. It also had the numbers matching motor and transmission. The car had been in a couple of fender benders and had…

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1963 Plymouth Max Wedge Convertible

1963 Plymouth Max Wedge Convertible

Yes, this is an original and documented 1963 Plymouth Sport Fury max wedge convertible stick shift car. We purchased this car but then decided to do a restoration to fix some of the flaws, and later sold it. It has a correct and newly built 426 Max Wedge motor that was dyno’d at 550 hp and the correct 3 speed tranny. They never put 4-speeds in them because they could handle the horsepower in 1963. This was one of the…

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1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda 440 4-Speed

1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda 440 4-Speed

This restoration project is a 1970 440 4-speed ‘Cuda that we restored for a customer. A cool original color combo, EV2 orange with a white stripe. The car came out of New York and had MORE than its fair share of rust (See the pictures below). We used all the original sheet metal (as much as possible) to fix the car, which had been sitting for 25+ years. The one good thing is that it had less than 40k original…

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1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda 340

1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda 340

This 1971 ‘Cuda was purchased from us along with a contract to finish the restoration. It is an original 340 4-speed that was restored with a bit of wild. The 340 ended up having more than 400 CID for a bit extra performance and a shaker hood was added. The vinyl top went away as well.

1971 Plymouth Road Runner 440 6-Pack

1971 Plymouth Road Runner 440 6-Pack

This is 71 Road Runner 440 6 pack with manual 4 speed and very desirable air grabber hood. This was a restoration project for a customer who specified Curious Yellow paint with black interior. We had to replace the lower quarters and extensions, along with the trunk rail and fix the 30 years of banged up metal. No problem. An additional surprise was that the owner purchased a sun roof for the car and we installed that as well.

1968 Plymouth GTX Convertible

1968 Plymouth GTX Convertible

This is a very rare triple white convertible 440 GTX. This car was found in a junk yard many years ago where we rescued it. It came equipped with the #’s matching motor (440 magnum) and was optioned with ps, pb, A/C, power windows, tachometer dash, 3:23 posi, bucket seats with console, magnum 550 and a few other options. This is one optioned in a way that will never be seen again. Original California car with no rust.