Purple 1972 Plymouth Cuda

17 Comments

  • Reply March 10, 2013

    Chris Gaskins

    love it…

  • Reply March 10, 2013

    Bernard Long

    Don’t forget the airshocks to jack that baby up!!

  • Reply March 10, 2013

    Sabra Smith

    Hmmmm sweet ride can I hv 1 hahahahahah

  • Reply March 10, 2013

    Joseph S Hay

    naw man,needs G60/15s on the back and G70s on Cragers sho nuf…lol

  • Reply March 10, 2013

    Jim Corr

    I returned from Vietnam in 1971 and was assigned to Bergstrom AFB in Austin Texas. I bought a red 72′ Cuda with the 340 ci, 4 brl, and Hurst shifter brand new for less than $3000. If I recall correctly it was listed at 275 hp. Didn’t matter, it was a great car!

  • Reply March 10, 2013

    Rev. Pete Monk Smith

    No way! There are too many classics on the roads ruined by huge ghetto wheels, and stupid rubber band tires.

  • Reply February 18, 2013

    Andy Morales

    I agree the lower compression engines were less powerful then it went downhill, the 360 Police engine was half decent

  • Reply February 13, 2013

    Dennis Dwyer

    Needs aftermarket wheels,love 70′s muscle but wheel and tire tech was not up to the job.

  • Reply February 12, 2013

    Jason Gonsalves

    Nice!!!!

  • Reply February 12, 2013

    Greg Boss

    One can always have a fresh engine placed in any size to add more HP. The style was mostly the same as the ’70 and ’71′s. Minor exterior detail changes, same platform. With the prices of the ’70 and ’71′s this is a great option if one is going to do some modifications.

  • Reply February 12, 2013

    Racecar Muse

    uh er er ugh I mean ow oh oh man.

  • Reply February 12, 2013

    Joseph S Hay

    A friend of mine, Tim Reilly had one when we were in the Army in 76.He would drive it to Englishtown on Saturday and show off the trophies on Sunday, the good old days at West Point.

  • Reply February 12, 2013

    Stuart Els

    72 was the 1st year of lowered compression engines. However, Chrysler was a bit resistant and continued to make muscle cars. Things got even worse in 73-74. I’m sure the 383/440 were still available for that body style until it got discontinued. Yes, the 340 was available. It was replaced in 74 with the 360 station wagon motor. Its of the same engine family, but the 340 was made for performance, and couldn’t go without compression

  • Reply February 12, 2013

    Andy Morales

    Yeah but that was year of low compression engines, could one be had with decent performance, maybe a 340 engine, hmmmm.

  • Reply February 12, 2013

    Lewis Rucker

    nice

  • Reply February 12, 2013

    Doug Stewart

    I want

  • Reply February 12, 2013

    David Cantrell

    Always have to put the Cuda’s on here…

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