Plymouth

Cold, Hard Steel 340 ‘Cuda

Old Cars Weekly archive – September 25, 2008 issue The last hurrah for the high-compression 340 ’Cuda  Photos and story by Geoff Stunkard   In the last few years, the big-block 1971 ’Cuda has perhaps become the best-known icon of the American muscle car. Fueled by Nash Bridges’ antics and high-dollar...

Muscle cars come to Gilmore Museum

  HICKORY CORNERS, Mich. _  Looks are often very deceiving. During the mid-1960s a “Plain Jane” Pontiac may have looked more like something your parents would drive or perhaps you assumed a low-optioned Dodge was nothing more than someone’s daily driver. “That was until they left you in their dust at...

MoPar event at the Gilmore Car Museum

Hickory Corners, MI – The resounding answer will be “YEAH, its got a Hemi!,” during the very popular MOPARS at the RED BARNS car show and swap meet that takes place at the Gilmore Car Museum on Saturday, July 29 from 9am to 3pm. Presented by the West Michigan MoPar Club for its 29th...

Fish Out of Water

Old Cars Weekly archive – May 8, 2008 issue Unearthing a Hemi ’Cuda sealed for 26 years Story & photos by Geoff Stunkard In collector-car circles, the word “Hemi” has become one that connotes rarity and value. The old Chrysler Corp. was not the only auto manufacturer to design hemispherical combustion...

Car of the Week: 1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda

Raw power was the Hemi ’Cuda’s long suit, but the list of buyers was short. Insurance companies frowned on Hemi ’Cudas and didn’t care if they could do 0-to-60 mph in 5.8 seconds and the quarter mile in 14.1 seconds at 103.2 mph.