Bought her back in 1988 and finished her in 2006. Every inch of metal and every bolt was touched.
Driving and having fun
To my wife Tamara for putting up with me while working on her. Larry Phillips a great Painter.
Beautiful cuda and you can’t go wrong with the yellow and black theme
That is one fine looking Cuda – always liked the lines of the ‘71 body style! ...and a drop top to boot! Nice car man!
That is one fine Cuda. That has got to be so cool to cruise with the top down. You are one lucky man!
Love the cuda! Swwet car for sure!!
beautiful and strong! congrats!
Beautiful car. Sweet!!
awesome car nice to see more mopar on here
I love Cudas… and THAT one is freaking cool!
Now That’s SWEETNESS!!
Love the 71 ‘Cuda ‘vert. I see you painted the grille. If you want to make it more correct, you need to find or chrome the headlight rings. Silver grille = black rings; painted grille = chrome rings. Or maybe the black on painted is your preference—in which case never mind ;)
Thanks, I thought about it with the chrome headlight rings but, They are in original condition and looked so good I decided to just leave them that way.
I bought a 71 Barracuda with 20,000 miles on it 30 years ago.It had a knocking 318 in it, same color as your beauty.
I scrounged a bunch of parts, 440, 6 pack, Hemi 4-speed, Pistol grip shifter, 3.91 8 3/4 Posi, 7’ Ralley wheels, etc.
It ran great…...then I found out my wife was an alcoholic and drug user…..she hid it for years..or maybe I am just dumbass…
I went to court for 18 months and got custody of my 8 year old Daughter, ended up with a sack of clothes and a 70 Maverick.. but….. I won a safe place for my Daughter to be raised.
Bought my lawyer 5 acres of land with a trailer on it, the sale of the Barracuda helped pay for it…lol.
Your Cuda is way cool and I am digging remembering my “71”.
Hard work always pays off! I think you have done an exceptional job with your ‘71 Plymouth Cuda. Great stance and Luv the colors. Awesome work. Just Beautiful.
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