1971 Plymouth 'Cuda 383 Convertible


Mopar collectors and fanatics, wake up! Extremely rare examples such as this rarely if ever become available for sale, and when they do, they disappear very quickly.

Feast your eyes on the finest 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda 383 Convertible on the planet earth! This concours restored, all numbers matching and heavily documented 'Cuda Convertible retains all of its original 100% rust-free sheet metal, it's original numbers matching drivetrain and its original factory Build Sheets to document everything. Galen Govier @ GTS did a full visual inspection on this ‘Cuda and verified that it was a highly optioned Special Handling ‘Public Relations' car for Plymouth, and that she still retains her Original Numbers Matching 383/300 hp Engine, Original Numbers Matching A727 Automatic Transmission, All Original Body Panels, Original (2) Fender Tags and Original (2) Build Sheets. With only (87) units built, this ‘Cuda 383 Convertible is #19 of 81 in VIN sequence of all 1971 383-4bbl Plymouth ‘Cuda Convertibles accounted for at the Hamtramck MI, plant and built to specs for USA. This ‘Cuda is believed to be a (1) of (1) in several respects, most likely the only (Code GY3) Curious Yellow ‘Cuda 383 Convertible w/ (H6XW) White Bucket Seat Interior & (V6X) Factory Black Billboard Stripes and certainly the only example in this color combo w/ (H51) Factory Air Conditioning.

Again, this jewel came loaded with factory options, the (2) Fender Tags reading as such: Tag #1 FIRST ROW: (E65) 383/330 hp Super Commando engine, (D32) A727 TorqueFlite Automatic Transmission, (BS) Plymouth ‘Cuda, (27) Convertible, (N) 383 4bbl 300hpmotor, (1) 1971, (B) Built in Hamtramck MI., (Sequence Number) 199821. SECOND ROW: (GY3) Curious Yellow Paint, (H6XW) White Vinyl Bucket Seats / Black Dash & Carpeting, (000) Upper Door Frame None, (B03) Scheduled Production Date - Tuesday November 3rd 1970, (R16441) Public Relations Vehicle. THIRD ROW: (V3W) Convertible Top / White, (U), Built for USA Specs, (A01) Light Package, (A22) Elastomeric Front & Rear Bumper Package, (A36) 3.55 Performance Axle Package, (A62) Rallye Instrument Cluster. FOURTH ROW: (B51) Power Brakes, (C16) Woodgrain Console, (C55) Front Bucket Seats, (C62) Driver 6-Way Power Seat, (G11) Tinted Glass All Windows, (G36) LH Remote/RH Manual Dual Painted Racing Mirrors. FIFTH ROW: (H51) Air Conditioning w/ Front Heater & Defroster, (J25) Variable Speed Washers w/ Electric Washers, (J45) Hood Pins, (J54) Sport Hood, (L25) Trunk Light. SIXTH ROW: (L31) Fender Mounted Turn Signals, (L34) Road Lamps, (M25) Body Sill Moldings, (M31) Body Belt Moldings, (M88) Rear Deck Molding Treatment, (CTD) Codes Continued on 2nd Tag. Tag #2 FIRST ROW: (BS27N1B199821) VIN. SECOND ROW: (N41) Dual Exhaust System, (N42) Chrome Exhaust Tips, (N85) Tachometer, (P37) Power Convertible Top, (R35) Radio Multiplex AM/FM Stereo. THIRD ROW: (V6X) Black Billboard Tape Stripes, (26) 26” Radiator, (EN2) End of Fender Tag Codes.

The Options List on this ultra-rare 1971 'Cuda 383 Convertible priced out at $5,200, which was actually more expensive than a Hemi-Cuda at the time! She has been driven less than 100 miles since the no-expense spared rotisserie restoration and sits on our showroom floor in absolutely mint condition from front to back and is as numbers matching & correct as you can get. She starts, idles, runs & drives flawlessly in every way. This is an investment grade Mopar if there ever was one, and she will only appreciate in value as the years go by.

All of the paperwork/documentation will all go to the new owner, including: (2) Original Build Sheets, Full Galen Govier Visual Inspection Report and Full Vehicle Appraisal, which was just recently done.

Mopar collectors, it just doesn't get any better than this! You simply cannot go wrong investing in a classic muscle car of this stature.

Enclosed shipping is available anywhere in the world at the buyer's expense.