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In the Jan. 20 issue of OCW, we called the 1970 Hemi ‘Cuda convertible offered at Russo & Steele‘s Scottsdale auction an “ultimate opportunity.” Well, someone “seized the day” Jan. 22 and spent $1.7 million to buy the ultra-rare, ultra-desirable … More
Gary Casagranda admits that if anyone was going to love and preserve his rare and ultra-unique 1969 Plymouth Barracuda “Mod Top,” he was probably the right man for the job. He almost felt a sense of duty in keeping the car in once piece after his childhood friend, who owned the car, died many years ago. More
Sometimes the best things come when you least expect it
Bob Nizza figures he got the 7-figure Plymouth ‘Cuda he always wanted, even if the market value of his car might be a fraction of that. “My friends all laugh at me, but I wouldn’t ever sell this car. I wouldn’t sell this car for a million dollars,” Nizza says of his 1974 Cuda. “It means everything to me." It got me through the tough times and was part of all the good times" More
The 1958 Fury was stylish, plush, plenty fast, and produced in relatively few numbers, making it a very collectible ’50s crusier today. 1958 marked the third model year for Plymouth’s top-of-the-line performance model, the Fury two-door hardtop. In 1982, author Stephen King wrote a novel called "Christine” about a 1958 Plymouth Fury that terrorized its high school owner, introducing millions of horror fans to a car that was memorable for many reasons.
This Plymouth Superbird, by racing legend Ray Nichels, was literally used to chase jet planes.
Is it my imagination or am I really seeing more Plymouths than ever before at old car events and hot rod runs? People today do not have a full appreciation of how big a share of the market Plymouth had … More
Plymouth’s resounding message to insurance companies in 1970 was: “Damn the torpedos— full speed ahead!” And so the Hemi ‘Cuda was born, one of the quintessential American muscle cars and perhaps the most coveted Plymouth ever built.
Though not a muscle monster, this refined ’69 Barracuda proves to be a keeper catch.