1973 Cuda’ 440

Sale price: $16000,00 make an offer

Technical specifications

Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Black
Number of Cylinders:8
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1973 Barracuda RAY'S GARAGE & R/T Speed and Custom
RAY'S GARAGE & R/T SPEED & CUSTOM is a one stop restoration shop. I have been building Hemi's since the 80s and have restored cars for all major auctions and some of my cars have sold for over a million dollars. I picked this car up and simply do not need it. The car is well worth more than the starting bid.
You are bidding on a car that all the body work has been completed. The interior is in good shape. The car is primer at this point. You can paint the car whatever color you decide. The body straight and without rust. The engine is rebuilt and has about 20 miles on it. It has all of the lights and chrome trim. Brakes are good and suspension is fine.
You could drive this car anywhere. Rally rims. All original interior.
This Barracuda is an original 340 car. It has a 1970 440 with 500HP Keith Black pistons, forged crank and rods, 500 lift cam Hydraulic and a rebuilt 727 auto, trans with slapstick shifter headers with dual exhaust, Holly 750 DP Carb and Rally instrument dash AM/FM cassette player.
The Cuda comes with 440 hockey stick emblem. You can call 804-668-2890 or
To complete this restoration it will need
New Carpet
New Passenger front seat
New Dash pad
There is no rust in the floor pans, trunk or firewall
Someone did patch the floor pan before I received the car.
The Cuda has bumper's lights and door handles that go with it.
Engine 440 Just rebuilt New battery, New transmission and hogs head posi rear end.
Needed to complete restoration: Or what I would do
Replace the floor pan (it is fine for a driver right now.)
Replace carpet
Replace front seat or seats
Complete paint job
How much would I charge to do all of this? App, $7000
The car is well worth the reserve price. But to make the car pristine add the reserve on and you have a bad ass Cuda!
For around $27000 bucks.
Now for the person that buys the car I am willing to give that special price.
If anything else and this is preference I will give a nice price break also.
This like all the Mopars will only increase in value. I will not sell the car below the reserve.
Estimated Value after restoration is between $40000 and $50000
Thanks, Ray
If you need a professional restoration on your car then call us today 804-668-2890 or my cell 804-790-9071
For any questions please call 804-668-2890 804-790-9071

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