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ClassicsBefore the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda

18:22  06 september  2019
18:22  06 september  2019 Source:   hotrod.com

Low Mileage 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Shelby GT500 Is A Baby

Low Mileage 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Shelby GT500 Is A Baby Less Than 100 Miles On The Dash Say So. If you’re looking for a sweet deal, look no further – no pun intended. This stunning 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Shelby GT500 is finished in candy apple red paint to leave jaws on the ground. Offered up by Old Town Automobiles in Huntingtown, Maryland, the current price is set at $55,000. This vehicle recently received a complete restoration and is sporting a rust-free, straight solid body and floors. It’s powered by a Ford 390 cubic-inch big-block engine mated to an AOD four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive producing 350 horsepower.

Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda
Before the Crash: Kevin Hart’s 1970 ’Cuda

Kevin Hart's 1970 'Cuda—which was recently involved in an accident that left the comedian with a serious back injury—is no stranger to the HOT ROD family. The car was originally built as a SEMA Show car by SpeedKore, a company that's pushed boundaries by utilizing carbon fiber instead of the more traditional steel, and author Christopher Campbell described some of the build philosophy in a May 2017 Mopar Muscle article: "The bold Mopar colors of the late '60s and early '70s look great, but they're too brazen for this build. Carbon fiber is a high-end part, so [designer Sean] Smith felt the 'Cuda needed to be moody and subtle, something with a restrained, euro-esque classiness, but unmistakably American."

This Dark Ivy Green 1970 Ford Mustang Fastback Arouses Envy

This Dark Ivy Green 1970 Ford Mustang Fastback Arouses Envy Gives a whole new meaning to “green with envy.” It’s not out of the ordinary for muscle cars, especially the classics, to evoke envy out of those who lay their eyes on them. That being said, this 1970 Ford Mustang Sportsroof Fastback is no exception. What’s more, it’s painted in the stunning Dark Ivy Green Metallic color that accentuates all its curves and gives it that extra-special appeal. This beauty is currently up for sale through Ellingson Motorcars in Rogers, Minnesota for $59,995. © Motorious.

Nicknamed "Menace," SpeedKore set out to build a practical driver while maintaining the iconic Mopar's original body lines. According to designer Sean Smith in HOT ROD's July 2017 article, "Our approach is to highlight and preserve the styling of the vehicle that the fan base loves." In other words, nothing excessive. Check out the gallery to see how Menace turned out when it first appeared in Mopar Muscleand HOT ROD.

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