I am confused, seriously.
As I was looking for a Superbird on sale, I really liked for what they are going these days in Europe, I came across this 70 'Cuda. It is one of those 2,724 cars that feature the Dan Guerney's AAR treatment to homologate the AAr 'Cuda for Trans-Am, including the 340 ci "Six-Pack" engine, which delivers a solid 300 hp. Sadly, this one's an automatic...
But: the seller writes, it was recently restored and had just 574 km put on the odometer since then. And it looks really like that, look at that seats:
But what really surprised me was its price: 59.000 Euros, which is the exact equivalent of $76.415 and three cents. For a iconic, freshly restored muscle homologation car from the muscle cars' arguably best year? Seems like a deal to me, if its the real thing, just because I have always some doubts about that since I have read a certain article... Has anyone an idea what such a car would bring in at a MECUM auction? Do I have no idea, what I'm talking about?
Here's a pic of that engine:
I'll post something from that site from time to time, mobile.de is the biggest car sales domain in, I think, all of Europe. Currently, there are 1.418.698 cars on sale. Most of them are from Germany, and you'll find rarieties (A Toyota Sera for sale!!!) anytime, from rare classics to JDM cars and badly modified Golf IIIs.
Sources: stockmopar.com/aar-cuda.html, wikipedia.org, the above mentioned listing
Of course I do not own any of the pictures and this post is to be seen as an initiative to help the seller sell his car.