• Lot #1286, 1970 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda. A beautifully restored HEMI 'Cuda that is fully documented by Galen Govier. A numbers matching 426cid Hemi with 727 automatic transmission. 1 of 20 exported to Canada.
  • Lot #1256, 1971 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda Custom. A rotisserie restoration with a 528/739hp HEMI engine, 5-speed, 4-link,DANA 60 rear, Alterkation front end suspension, air bag Shock Wave system, custom interior and flawless custom pearl lime paint.
  • Lot #1256, 1971 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda Custom. A rotisserie restoration with a 528/739hp HEMI engine, 5-speed, 4-link,DANA 60 rear, Alterkation front end suspension, air bag Shock Wave system, custom interior and flawless custom pearl lime paint.
  • Lot #1256, 1971 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda Custom. A rotisserie restoration with a 528/739hp HEMI engine, 5-speed, 4-link,DANA 60 rear, Alterkation front end suspension, air bag Shock Wave system, custom interior and flawless custom pearl lime paint.
  • Lot #1289, 1970 Plymouth Superbird Custom Tribute. YearOne, Gillette Evernham Racing and Bill Goldberg, have teamed up to re-create a legend to benefit the Darryl Gwynn Foundation. Using the NASCAR Superbirds as inspiration, it features modern suspension, brakes and a present-day 750+hp NASCAR Cup engine.
  • Lot #962.2, 1971 Plymouth 'Cuda. A Bahama Yellow, matching numbers 'Cuda with an original 340cid engine, slap-stick, factory billboard graphics, power steering, power brakes, Rally dash, bucket seats, console, rear spoiler, Rally wheels and fog lamps. An exceptional restoration. Sold for $73,700.
  • Lot #962.2, 1971 Plymouth 'Cuda. A Bahama Yellow, matching numbers 'Cuda with an original 340cid engine, slap-stick, factory billboard graphics, power steering, power brakes, Rally dash, bucket seats, console, rear spoiler, Rally wheels and fog lamps. An exceptional restoration. Sold for $73,700.
  • Lot #1350, 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda. A numbers matching "U" code car with 440cid/375hp engine, a 727 Torqueflite automatic transmission with factory air conditioning. Also featurs added black 440 hockey stripes and concourse rear wing.
  • Lot #1350, 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda. A numbers matching "U" code car with 440cid/375hp engine, a 727 Torqueflite automatic transmission with factory air conditioning. Also featurs added black 440 hockey stripes and concourse rear wing.
  • Lot #1340, 1970 Plymouth AAR 'Cuda. This stunning AAR has been restored to Concours standards. The car comes with full documentation provided by Galen Govier. The car runs and drives as new. The motor is a correct date code replacement block.
  • Lot #1340, 1970 Plymouth AAR 'Cuda. This stunning AAR has been restored to Concours standards. The car comes with full documentation provided by Galen Govier. The car runs and drives as new. The motor is a correct date code replacement block.
  • Lot #1355, 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda Convertible Re-Creation. Started its life as a 383 Commando but now has a 440 Six Pack engine that has been completely rebuilt. Everything else on the vehicle matches the VIN and Build Sheet . A complete rotisserie restoration, with every nut and bolt gone over and detailed.
  • Lot #1355, 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda Convertible Re-Creation. Started its life as a 383 Commando but now has a 440 Six Pack engine that has been completely rebuilt. Everything else on the vehicle matches the VIN and Build Sheet . A complete rotisserie restoration, with every nut and bolt gone over and detailed.
  • Lot #1286, 1970 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda. A beautifully restored HEMI 'Cuda that is fully documented by Galen Govier. A numbers matching 426cid Hemi with 727 automatic transmission. 1 of 20 exported to Canada.
  • Lot #1286, 1970 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda. A beautifully restored HEMI 'Cuda that is fully documented by Galen Govier. A numbers matching 426cid Hemi with 727 automatic transmission. 1 of 20 exported to Canada.
  • Lot #1056, 1970 Dodge Challenger. A complete rotisserie restoration in 2008. Features a upgraded 440cid/400+hp engine with Six Pack. A Pro-Touring style car with 4-wheel disc brakes, front and rear anti-sway bars, polygraphite bushings and 20" American Racing wheels. Sold for $55,000.
  • Lot #1056, 1970 Dodge Challenger. A complete rotisserie restoration in 2008. Features a upgraded 440cid/400+hp engine with Six Pack. A Pro-Touring style car with 4-wheel disc brakes, front and rear anti-sway bars, polygraphite bushings and 20" American Racing wheels. Sold for $55,000.
  • Lot #1059.2, 1970 Plymouth Road Runner. A "V" Code 440 Six Pack with correct engine replacement, Pistol-Grip 4-speed transmission and Air Grabber hood. Rotisserie restoration completed in 2005. Sold for $45,100.
  • Lot #951.2, 1970 Plymouth Road Runner. A rotisserie restoration that was completed this year. Everything is new, NOS or rebuilt to exceed new standards. Documentation includes the Build Sheet and Trim Tag. The undercarriage has been given the same level of detail as the top. Sold for $55,000.
  • Lot #1348, 1968 Plymouth Hemi Road Runner. A real HEMI car powered by a fresh excellent running 426 HEMI replacement block backed by a factory 4-speed transmission. 1 of just 108 produced with the 4-speed option. A real black on black car. Has been fully inspected and documented by Galen Govier.
  • Lot #1348, 1968 Plymouth Hemi Road Runner. A real HEMI car powered by a fresh excellent running 426 HEMI replacement block backed by a factory 4-speed transmission. 1 of just 108 produced with the 4-speed option. A real black on black car. Has been fully inspected and documented by Galen Govier.
  • Lot #1336.1, A numbers matching, original 440 Six Pack 'Cuda. Has never rusted with just over 45,000 original miles. A no expense, nut and bolt, rotisserie restoration was completed January 28, 2008 by American Supercars.
  • Lot #940.2, 1964 Plymouth Savoy Hemi Re-Creation. A drag race HEMI re-creation with a 472cid/650hp engine and a 4-speed. A red on red, rust-free, California car. A perfect rotisserie restoration. Sold for $63,800.
  • Lot #972, 1969 Plymouth GTX. Rare "X9" Coded Black Velvet car. 440 Six Pack with Air Grabber, 727 automatic, power steering, remote mirror, red bucket seat interior, center console with floor shifter, original-style wheels, original Fender Tag, recent restoration with less than 125 miles since completion. It's another one of Mopar's desirable muscle cars. Decoding documentation provided by Mopar expert Galen Govier. Sold for $52,800.
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