Mopar Marty
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A quick summary:

The Car:
1971 'Cuda

The Engine:
340, 6-Pack, Edelbrock Performer RPM heads, 10.3:1 Keith Black hypereutectic pistons, Comp Cams valve train including XR280HR hydraulic roller cam (280/288 duration, 0.541/0.537 lift) roller lifters and Magnum roller rockers, MSD Pro-Billet distributor, March Performance billet pulleys and brackets, TTI ceramic coated headers and 2.5" dual exhaust..

The Driveline:
727 Automatic with 2500 stall converter, Gear Vendors overdrive, 3.91 Sure-Grip 8.75" rear end.

The Chassis:
Unibody stiffened with torque boxes and sub-frame connectors, 1" torsion bars, 1.125" front sway bar and stock 0.875" rear sway bar, "Stage 2" steering box from Firm Feel Inc, all polyurethane bushings, tubular upper control arms, "boxed in" lower control arms, SSBC Force 10 four wheel disk brake conversion, Hydratech hyraboost, Centerlines and BFG Radial TAs.

The Body:
Custom front air dam and lower grille, rear wing, reproduction AAR hood, bodywork by AR Auto Body in Palmdale CA

The Interior:
Custom black vinyl and grey ostrich by Mr. G in Palmdale CA.

The Tunes:
Pioneer tuner with iPod, Satellite Radio, and Blue Tooth, Kicker ZX400.1 and ZX350.4 amps for 750 Watts of power, 2 Infinity Kappa 6.25" in the kick panels, 2 Infinity Kappa 6X9 in the rear package tray, and 2 Infinity Kappa 10" subs in a custom box in the trunk.

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At 2:13pm on June 6, 2011, RELIXSTYLZ said…
Thats is one sick mopar. So honestly tho? How is the maintenace on the tri carb set up?
At 5:26pm on June 2, 2011, Henry A. King jr said…
man that is one clean ride
At 10:42pm on April 30, 2011, Gary Casey Jr. said…
nice cuda
At 9:12pm on February 23, 2011, Robert Bartolomei said…
Unfortunately my Cuda is down right now, I started to sand blast the interior & trunk so far, still starts and runs so I can move it around, just about done with the trunk so the engines got to come out soon! Has a great 1970 340 and a sucky auto trans, that's going in the junk pile. My Vette is also down for awhile, was overheating so I pulled the heads and found out the 350 had been bored .080 over, a little to much for me and how hard I drive my cars, so it needs a new pony maker. The overheating was caused from the warm-up flap in the exhaust being broke on the shaft, shutting off the right exhaust pipe at least half way and feeding the exhaust through the intake manifold passage to the left exhaust manifold, making the gas boil in the intake after I turned it off! I love smog control, makes for a challenging day!
At 7:46am on February 18, 2011, Robert Bartolomei said…
Totally AWESOME CUDA Marty! Wanna trade? ......I'm sorry I was dreaming (& drooling).....No really, nice job on the most beautiful car ever made!
At 10:07pm on October 21, 2010, Dennis Basco said…
wow thats a dream ride awesome car
At 1:15pm on October 13, 2010, charles mehrten(MR. TUNA) said…
beautiful ride bro
At 7:24pm on August 15, 2010, 1963 chevy 283 fuelie said…
I knew a lot of em the rest i just typed in stuff like car, truck, oldsmobile, and mopar to find em
At 1:51pm on April 21, 2010, Rick "The Arsonist" Bacon said…
The 'Cuda is looking sweet, Marty! There's a 'Cuda in for the powerblock right now that's the brightest green I've ever seen! Watch for it on the Powerblock with Courtney- You'll dig it.
At 9:53pm on March 1, 2010, Aaron Milam said…
Wow, very sharp car and awesome modifications. What's not to love about a 71' Cuda?

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