This is my 1970 A.A.R. 'Cuda in FY1 Lemon Twist yellow. This one features the 340 Six Barrel small block V8 engine, backed by a 4-speed transmission. A.A.R. stands for "All American Racers". These cars were Trans Am race cars built to race on the circuit.
About this creation
Functions: opening hood, and trunk. The hood has a nice feature. If you look closely, you can see the air cleaner through the scoop.
In this picture you can see some nice details: the door lock, exhaust pipe on sides, and the rear ducktail spoiler.
Let's open the hood and take a look at the engine.
Here it is, the 340 Six Barrel small block V8 engine. Notice the tire around the air cleaner, it fits great!
Hood and trunk open,
This is the interior, 4-speed with console and bucket seats.
Quoting Evan Stankiewicz
Hey man can I get the ldd file for this car. I want to build it badly. Thanbks
Of course, but the instructions are not for free. I will use the money for some of the parts to build other creations in the future. Just leave your e-mail adress in the comments and I will contact you.
Another sweet ride, you must love the 70's Plymouth's! I can see you can still get a lot of detail in a smaller model. You have inspired me, I have started trying to rework my 'Cuda, got the front, but I think I need more parts now for the back. Cool car; do the doors open? they look like they do but I didn't see any pictures.
you should remake this car like you did the chevelle, it would look a whole lot better, but this is a fantastic moc for its scale, but just slightly higher scale and make it with the techniques of your chevelle i think it would look superb :P
Great to finally see this in real bricks! The shape is probably the most realistic I've ever seen in a medium-scale LEGO model. Combined with the functional stuff and a great color scheme, it easily makes this one of my new favorites from you!
mate, the reason I have not yet done a muscle car, si because I have never quite liked the sqaure sides the other guys generally produce, which is fair enough, given some of the amazing work they do. They are masterful, but I just always thought if I was going to build one, I'd have to figure out how to swell the side panel cos none of those old muscle car 'boxy' designs, were really boxy at all. You have utterly led the way here mate, so bldy well done!