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Assuming that car has the original drivetrain and it is indeed a real hemi cuda, what would you expect it to sell for?
 

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This is mine, it has 25k miles on it and most of the original paint on it.
When I was a kid my dad told me I couldn't have a motorcycle but I could buy any car I wanted, so I came home with this Hemi Cuda.
 

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That one at the Rod Shop looks like one that was drug out of a barn a few years back with 11,000 original miles on it at the time. Might be the same car. If it's an all-original survivor and the 17K miles showing is actual, it could bring $250K.

Nice ride, Gdogg. :)
 

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I have mainly been a GM guy with a Mustang tossed in a couple of times (93 LX 5.0 and a 2013 GT 5.0), but I love those old Cudas and I would kill for a late 60s GTX.
 

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I have mainly been a GM guy with a Mustang tossed in a couple of times (93 LX 5.0 and a 2013 GT 5.0), but I love those old Cudas and I would kill for a late 60s GTX.
I know what u mean. A 68 GTX w a 440 when I was 17yrs old was what turned me onto Mopars. I bought that car, and still have that 68 GTX 440/727 that i bought the day after my 18th bday (5-20-96), from a lady that was AT LEAST in her 80s believe it or not. Id never part w that car. And about the only way Id ever part w my 70 340 Cuda shaker car would be if I was upgrading to a more desireable cuda ( 440/6pk/hemi or a 71. 71 cuda is my favorite car of all time) Ive been through 3 modern challengers (2012 RT, 2011 SRT8, 2015 Hellcat), with a widebody hellcat on the way. And like you, had a 90 5.0 foxbody, several GM cars (ram air trans am, z28, etc) Those cars come and go, but my GTX and Cuda ALWAYS remain. I mention all of that bc there just REALLY IS something special about these old mopars.
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A friend of a good friend of mine asked me what cars to get and this was back in the early 90's, I told him to buy a Hemi Cuda, Boss 429 Mustang, LS6 Chevelle and 427/435 Corvette. Well, he bought all four and still has them today, I know who he bought the Cuda from and the other 3 he bought at Barrett Jackson. They are all low mileage never restored originals.
 

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Interesting...never knew the shaker hood was available on 340 cars.
I know what u mean. A 68 GTX w a 440 when I was 17yrs old was what turned me onto Mopars. I bought that car, and still have that 68 GTX 440/727 that i bought the day after my 18th bday (5-20-96), from a lady that was AT LEAST in her 80s believe it or not. Id never part w that car. And about the only way Id ever part w my 70 340 Cuda shaker car would be if I was upgrading to a more desireable cuda ( 440/6pk/hemi or a 71. 71 cuda is my favorite car of all time) Ive been through 3 modern challengers (2012 RT, 2011 SRT8, 2015 Hellcat), with a widebody hellcat on the way. And like you, had a 90 5.0 foxbody, several GM cars (ram air trans am, z28, etc) Those cars come and go, but my GTX and Cuda ALWAYS remain. I mention all of that bc there just REALLY IS something special about these old mopars. View attachment 61702 View attachment 61704
 

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That one at the Rod Shop looks like one that was drug out of a barn a few years back with 11,000 original miles on it at the time. Might be the same car. If it's an all-original survivor and the 17K miles showing is actual, it could bring $250K.

Nice ride, Gdogg. :)
That Cuda is sweet in person, seen it many times. The owner is a great guy who has a few other Mopar muscle cars.
 
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