When ordering a new car in 1969, a savvy buyer could see the writing on the wall. The battle for Big Block supremacy would be soon be over thanks to emissions laws and the oil embargoes. That is why this car was preserved as a time capsule for future generations.
Ordered with every option, this car was sold new at Shreves Plymouth-Dodge in 1970. The broadcast sheet shows it to be one of the last ten HEMI ‘Cudas built for that model year. Under the hood is the iconic 426 HEMI, conservatively rated at 425 horsepower to fool the insurance agencies.
Instead of the troublesome six-pack, it has a pair of 4-barrels under the shaker scoop. The reason everything looks new is not because of a million-dollar restoration.
This car has only been driven 86 miles in 50 years. Stored inside, this piece of American history deserves to be the centerpiece of your MOPAR collection. Our friends at The Vault specialize in museum-quality collectibles, so click the button below for all the details.