A little info on the 1971 Hemi Cuda. The car was
built November 1970 and was delivered to St. George
de Beace Quebec. The first owner drove it for
2 summers and put about 2000 miles on it. It was
then sold to a guy in St. Theres Quebec. Who drove
it for 2 more summers then packed it away at his
place for the next 26 years.
We bought it in November 2001 and did a 4 month
super restoration in order to have it ready for
the Nationals in 2002. The car has 100% untouched
and original sheet metal with no patches at all.
It is still wearing it's original totally mint
interior. It has been documented from the day
it left Hamtrack, Michigan and came across the
border into Canada until today. This Cuda has
10,200 original miles and all numbers match.
The only documented GY3 curious yellow Hemi
Cuda in existence. It is the third of 11 Hemi
Cudas shipped to Canada. 1 of 3 real billboard
cars, 1 of three super track pack automatics.
These numbers were proved by Galen Govier. This
car has 3 build sheets and is the premier `71
Hemi Cuda in existence today.