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  • 1970 Plymouth AAR 'Cuda Race Version

    The Trans-Am cars were built from stock bodies. SCCA rules required that the cars appearance remain absolutely stock. This meant roll up windows, no scoops or spoilers that weren't available on factory models. The rules also required a stock engine block and heads, with maximum displacement of 305 cubic inches and a single four-barrel carb. To enter the Trans-Am series, Plymouth also had to build 2,500 street versions of its racing 'Cuda.


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  • 1970 Plymouth AAR 'Cuda Street Version

    Plymouth had to build a minimum of 2,500 street versions of the AAR 'Cuda to qualify for Trans-am Racing. The Street AAR 'Cuda was conceived to resemble the racing AAR's as close as possible.


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  • 1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda By Bruce Somer

    I've owned this car since 1988. It was purchased from the second owner and took about 14 years to get to this point. The car is a NOM but has a correct T/A motor.


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  • 1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda By Drew Park

    I have owned this AAR for 4 years. It is a red on red auto with the numbers matching engine. I purchased this car in Iowa and it was in pieces when I got it. The body and paint were already done, but the rest of the car needed finished.


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  • 1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda By Gary Bright

    I bought the AAR in fall of 2004 in Connecticut and drove it straight home to central, IL. I worked on it for the next week so my son could take it to homecoming that weekend. Afterwards I stripped it completely and sent the shell out for media blasting and AAR spent the following 2 years on a rotisserie being restored.


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  • 1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda By Jeff Kratt

    I have owned this AAR since 1985. It originated from Johnstown Pa, Was IVY DARK GREEN. Now Moulin Rouge. Painted in 1986 and 2006, Original sheet metal. TA motor non matching number .030. Racer Brown made cam and Ed T. rebuild. Added elastomatic bumpers.


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  • 1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda By Karl Aurenius

    I live in Sweden and have owned this real Plymouth AAR-`Cuda since 1988, one of 11 registered in Sweden, a small country in the north of Europe. My AAR´s VIN is BS23J0B308541.


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  • 1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda By Kevin Miller

    1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda. This very real and beautiful AAR Cuda has been good enough to hang out with me for the last 7 years, as all our cars, it's a constant to keep them up (labor of love).


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