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1970 Plymouth Cuda AAR

The AAR Cuda was named after Dan Gurney's All American Racers and was Plymouths entry into the Trans Am racing series in the States. There were 2,724 AAR Cudas built during a five week period between the 10th of March and the 17th of April 1970. Special features on the AAR included, a 340 6 barrel engine, heavy duty suspension with front and rear sway bars, an exhaust system that exited in front of the rear tyres, 15 inch rallye wheels with F60 tyres on the front and larger G60 tyres on the rear, front and rear spoilers, fresh air fibreglass hood and a unique strobe stripe package.

It is believed that only 2% of the AAR's produced were factory black (TX9) and this particular car with it's original white interior is an extremely rare combination. It is also one of the 1,614 AARs equipped with the Torqueflite 727 automatic trans. Photographed at Mopar at Brooklands 2013, many thanks to Adam at for these and other superb shots.

1970 Plymouth Cuda interior 1970 Plymouth Cuda AAR engine bay 1970 Plymouth Cuda AAR Brooklands 2013 1970 Plymouth Cuda AAR Brooklands 2013