How many Hemi Cuda convertibles were made?

How many Hemi Cuda convertibles were made?

Only 12 ‘Cuda convertibles were fitted with a Hemi engine in 1971, and of those, only seven were made available in the United States, while the other five went overseas. This vehicle also has the distinction of being one of only three with a A833 manual transmission, and is the the only one painted Winchester Gray.

How many Hemi Cuda convertibles are left?

According to Hemmings, a total of 6,228 Cuda coupes left the assembly line along with 374 convertible models. Of that total output, only 108 were Hemi coupes. While this already makes these muscle cars ultra-rare, the convertible is the hard one to come by. That’s because a total of 12 convertible models exist.

How many 1970 Hemi Cuda convertibles did they make?

14 convertibles
Only 652 1970 Hemi Cuda hardtops were built, and just 14 convertibles were sold in the U.S. market (three were also built for sale in Canada, and one other convertible was sent overseas).

How much is a 1971 Hemi’Cuda convertible worth?

With 11 built, 1971 Hemi ‘Cuda convertibles are extremely rare, so values are based solely on known sales. That said, the most recent example to change hands publicly is the car pictured here: a Plum Crazy 1971 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda Convertible that sold for $1,320,000 at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale in January.

On its way out the door in 1971, the HEMI ‘Cuda cemented its place in history as one of the rarest and most highly sought-after of the American muscle cars. Only 12 HEMI ‘Cuda convertibles were scheduled for the assembly line in its last year of production.

How many ‘CUDA coupes were made in 1971?

‘Cuda production was relatively low for 1971, consisting of just 5,383 coupes and 292 convertibles (the last year for the drop-tops). This ’71 ‘Cuda is an unrestored example that’s said to be an excellent runner, although cosmetic issues are present. It’s a rare sighting of a ‘Cuda with a vinyl top (which we have no figures for).

How many 1971 Hemis were built with Hemis?

In 1971, only 6,228 ‘Cuda hardtops and 374 convertibles were built. A scant 108 hardtops were built with Hemis and just 11 convertibles had Street Hemi power.