Welcome to Plymouth AAR Cuda
Dedicated to owners and enthusiasts of the 1970 Plymouth AAR 'Cuda. Site
includes featured Plymouth AAR Cuda's, Information, Links, Photos,
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Plymouth turned the heat up on the
competition in 1970, with a redesign of the Barracuda. Buyers were
offered 3 models: Barracuda, Barracuda Gran Coupe and the
performance equipped 'Cuda. For Mopar gear heads 'Cuda buyers had a
wide choice of performance V8 engines. 340, 383, 440 and the
legendary 426 HEMI.
In February of 1970, Plymouth
announced addition of the AAR 'Cuda. Available mid-year, production
started March 10, 1970 and ended five weeks later on April 17, 1970.
While not the most powerful Barracuda in Plymouths 1970 lineup, it
was the most unique.
The street versions of the
Plymouth AAR ‘Cuda and the Dodge Challenger T/A were the results of
Chryslers involvement in the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Trans
Am auto racing series. These E-bodies were different from any other
high performance car built by Ma Mopar.
You could not order a Plymouth AAR
'Cuda, Chrysler informed each eligible dealer of the number of cars
they would be allotted. Only 2,724 examples of the All American
Racers Plymouth 'Cuda were produced. The Plymouth AAR ‘Cuda and the
Dodge Challenger T/A are very sought after and also very valuable
these days. For more information on this cool Mopar visit our
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