Nicholas Cage may have raced around the Los Angeles area in a 1967 Shelby GT500 for the remake of Gone in 60 Seconds, but it seems his heart really belonged to 1970 Hemi ’Cuda Hardtop.

Like all relationships, this one is coming to an end for Cage. The car is now up for auction Russo And Steele’s event later this month in Scottsdale, Arizona. The options on this car include its original 426ci Hemi engine, 4-speed manual transmission (1 of 284 installed that year), Argent Shaker, Super Trak-Pak, Rallye instrument cluster, rim-blow steering wheel, Rallye wheels, and Triple Black package: black paint, black interior and black vinyl top.

The price of a ’Cuda all on its own can get pretty high. Then factor in that it is a celebrity car, and it has been dynoed to confirm the 426 Hemi makes 425 hp. We won’t bother to guess how much this Plymouth will go for, but we’ll bet it rivals oceanfront property.


Source: RussoAndSteele

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  (379) posted on 02.11.2010

What is up with all the actors selling their collections lately? I mean even Bruce Willis is selling some cars. The car that he stole in Gone in 60 seconds is a really cool car. I wonder why he never got himself one of those Gt500.

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