If you've got a spare $600,000 kicking around, you might want to check out this unrestored 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda which is going up for auction this week. With only 81 original miles on the odometer, this is the lowest-mileage 1970 Hemi Cuda in existence and is expected to fetch between $600,000-$800,000 at Mecum Auctions in Indianapolis.

Originally purchased in June 1970 in West Virginia by Bill Reardon, the car was modified for the drag strip and the original parts stored. Unfortunately Bill passed away the next year and his car was sold - with all the original parts - by his son in 1977 to Marvin Dillon who restored it to factory condition.

Other highlights include:
  • Unrestored with 81 original miles 
  • Lowest mileage 1970 Hemi Cuda known to exist 
  • Produced May 25, 1970 at the Los Angeles assembly plant 
  • One of the last ten 1970 Hemi Cudas built 
  • Sold new at Shreves Plymouth-Dodge in 1970 
  • Documented with original broadcast sheet 
  • Original Tor Red paint and Black interior 
  • Original matching numbers drivetrain 
  • 426/425 HP engine 
  • Two 4-barrel carburetors 
  • 727 automatic transmission 
  • Shaker hood with Argent painted scoop 
  • Vinyl bucket seats with woodgrain console 
  • Tie down hood pins, road lights 
  • Chrome drip rail and window moldings 
  • Dual exhaust with chrome tips 
  • Color-keyed steel wheels 
  • Dog Dish hubcaps 
  • Goodyear F60-15 Polyglas GT tires 
  • Space-Saver spare tire
Check out the source link below for many more images, and let us know in the comments what you'd do if you ever got your hands on a pristine 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda like this one!

Categories: Vintage