At the recently held Helsinki Cruising Night, a rare car took everyone’s attention and that’s the 1970 AAR Cuda! AAR basically stands for All American Racers and this Plymouth AAR Cuda is only produced in 1970 to compete in SCAA road racing. According to StockMopar, all AARs has their standard 340 6 barrel engine. They also have a standard strobe stripe (small line of black vertical stripes). They said that the maximum horsepower from the factory was a whopping 290 bhp @ 5,000 rpm, and the maximum torque was 335 lb-ft @ 3,400 rpm and that’s really insane. This car in particular is powered by a 5.6L 340 cid “Six Pack” V8 engine. We may not be able to see the car in action but we can hear the epic exhaust sound coming from it!
That was nuts. Wait until you see the next video below.