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We got a chance to take a good look at the Legendary Motor Car's -- Supercuda! This car is outstanding and beyond its killer looks, it's a pure beast. This is the fastest street legal Cuda in the world! Peter Klutt and his team at Legendary Motor Car achieved something that many would never believe. To propel a 3500lb car built in the 70's to 208MPH is a wonder onto its self.

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Hot off the press! Jerry Heasley's RARE FINDS
My good friend and professional automotive photographer Jerry Heasley has released his long anticipated coffee table book called Rare Finds. This is a must own if your a Mopar or any muscle car enthusiast. It's a great way to support one of the legends in the automotive photography business. Jerry has brought us some of the most iconic shots over the past 20 years and is one of the major reason those magazines are so terrific to read!!

Below is the press release with purchase information. Thanks for supporting one of the coolest guys around!
 
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Popular stories of rediscovering some of the most iconic muscle cars

NORTH BRANCH, Minn.— For the past 20 years, renowned automotive journalist Jerry Heasley has been documenting the rediscovery of rare muscle cars in barns, garages, fields, and the most unexpected places. These stories have appeared in Muscle Car Review, Mustang Monthly, Mopar Muscle, and Vette and won over a large audience. Some of these cars have simply become fixtures in garages while others have been forgotten, neglected, and/or abandoned. Some owners have passed away and left their beloved muscle cars behind, some have been claimed by unappreciative spouses, exported to a foreign country, and even hidden in plain sight. With that, their collectibility, value, and historical significance have gone unrecognized. These cars have been waiting for a knowledgeable enthusiast to appreciate their stature and return them to their former glory. These unusual circumstances and the extremes dedicated enthusiasts have gone to acquire these cars have created a fascinating collection of stories.
   
Many stories chronicle the adventures of collector car buyers doing intense research, checking many sites, and making umpteen phone calls to discover an extremely valuable yet forgotten muscle while others simply fall into lucky car collector's hands. Whether it has been fate, circumstance, hard work, or pure luck, Heasley brings each collector car quest to life in vivid and compelling detail. The collection of fascinating stories contains iconic cars, such as the 1970 Shelby GT350, 1968 Dodge Hemi Dart drag race car, 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302, 1969 Ford Torino Talledega, 1969 Chevy COPO Camaro, 1969 Dodge Daytona Charger, and many, many others.   

The 8.5 x 11” softbound book (ISBN: 978-1-934709-52-8) features 144 pages packed with 225 color photos. The May 2011 release may be ordered for $29.95 plus $6.95 shipping and handling by calling CarTech at 1-800-551-4754 or by visiting www.cartechbooks.com

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1970 383 4 speed `Cuda convertible
with 72,408 original miles. numbers matching engine & trans. Fender tag, build sheet and all documentation to support originality. Fully restored to stock appearance and just completed a fresh engine rebuild with tasteful performance upgrades. Converted to electronic ignition system for better performance. Multiple show winner including first place winner at the Big daddy Don Garlits Mopar Museum. Very cool & desirable car to own. 
AAR Cuda for Sale
Unrestored BS23JOB AAR with much of its original paint.the front and rear glass has been pulled, the pinchwelds repaired,the roof, tops of the qtr panels and trunk lid repainted. The car will ride and drive anywhere. The car is currently powered by a 318 but comes with a Nom T/A block and heads.it has a new dash pad installed wheels and tires and the front seat has been recovered.701-235-1937 218-790-3712


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