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1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda' . Plymouth AAR Cuda' . The Plymouth All American Racers, was a race car built to compete against Mustangs in the SCAA series, it only raced in the 1970 season. The rules said that they must have a certain amount of road versions (the regular Cuda didn't count). The main differences between a regular Cuda and an AAR, is that it only had a choice of the 340 six-barrel engine, it had aerodynamic additions (duck tail and eyebrow spoilers). It also had some weight reduction, the exhuast pipes on the side, and a working hood scoop. This LEGO model has over 700 parts, is in a nice (and expensive) lime green and black color scheme. features detailed interior, exterior, and engine. functions include opening trunk, hood with hood-pins, doors, and windshield wipers. Hope you like it, and have a nice day! PS. how's the photography? side rear/side rear Top everything open windshield wipers Interior MOPAR 340 six barrel V8 engine! in orange :) Video What? do you seriously think that's it??? Well, you're wrong :P I got my first Blogging! (had this before posted on MP) see more here anyway, credit goes to the awesome Rick S. for the idea to use a tire in the engine, sloping sides, and hood scoop also, time for some free advertising :P If you like to build LEGO cars every so often (or very often, doesn't matter) and if you haven't done so already, please join The Car Builder's Club!

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