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0B303477 Please help does anyone have the car for this TA340?? Thanks
It is from an AAR Cuda that was seized earlier this year as part of the BC Solar ponzi scheme. Once the investigation is over, it may be coming up for public auction.
So the car is advertised somewhere? How do you know the Vin? Anyways the blocks been sitting around Saskatoon for the last 20 years
The car was seized & it made the report. AARs were all made at Hamtramck & I run the 1970 Hamtramck Registry. So when I hear of a 1970 car from there, I take notes. ;-) I am sure it will be for sale when the investigation is over as mentioned above.
Thank you Sir I was thinking of selling this motor
Wow that's interesting... probably worth hanging on to the motor until the car gets sold...then sell motor to new buyer
Exactly very interesting I’m guessing the car is real nice I wonder what colour?
The car was built for Canadian sale. Colors - Tor Red, black vinyl top & tan guts. 4 speed car, so if your engine still has the original crank, you can look for the pilot bushing.
I’m interested in selling this block if you know anyone. Lot #1008.1 - This AAR 'Cuda is one of only 1,120 4-speed AAR 'Cudas ever produced, and adding to its rarity, it is one of only 273 produced in Tor-Red paint. Best of all, this car is documented by its Fender Tag and Chrysler Broadcast Sheet confirming its authenticity. Unique features of the AAR include a flat-black fresh-air fiberglass hood with locking pins, side-exit exhaust and strobe stripe graphics, which were some of the race car touches added to it from the factory. The heart of this Mopar is a 340ci 6-barrel V8. That power is routed through a matching-number 4-speed manual transmission and on to the 8-3/4" rear axle. Inside the 'Cuda you will find a freshly restored interior finished in white vinyl with black carpet, and center stage is the pistol-grip Hurst shifter mounted in the center console. This car also features several luxury options, such as power steering, power brakes, bucket seats and a wood-grain console. This 'Cuda is in great mechanical and cosmetic condition and is ready to be enjoyed.
Too bad it’s been confiscated. One of 273, that’s cool !