The AAR Cuda, one of the most sought after models of the American muscle car era. Only produced in 1970, the AAR Cuda featured staggered front and rear tires, a black grille with a matching NACA-ducted flat black hood and fender tops, distinctive “strobe” side stripes and a special trunk lid spoiler. The exclusive AAR engine was a side-exhausted 340-cu.in. V-8 topped with three 2-bbl. Holley carburetors, and it made 290hp when mated to a four-speed manual or three-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission.
There were only about 2,724 AAR Cudas produced in a six week time period in 1970. There were 1,120 produced with manual 4-speed transmissions, and the remaining 1,614 had the automatic 3-speed transmissions.
This Cuda is signed by NASCAR Hall of Famer Dan Gurney in the glovebox.