I created this web site to allow a wider audience to see the car and perhaps provide me with some information pertaining to this specific car; for example, Broadcast Sheet, former owners, etc. The picture to the right (or above) is the car as it looked in the mid 80's; purchased by an individual that lived in Randolph, New Jersey at the time and then moved to Berlin, Maryland.
I purchased this Rallye Red (FE5) 1970 AAR `Cuda, VIN BS23J0B294098 on 16 October 2004. I contacted Desert AutoSport in Mesa, Arizona the dealer representing the car, made an offer and they accepted. I placed a $1,000 deposit on the car and drove to Mesa to look at this car and finalize the purchase. I have a seven page narrative on all of the information that I have gathered on this car since I purchased it, if interested in reviewing it.
Upon taking delivery I noticed that the steering box was leaking, and an attempt was made to fix it that afternoon, with no luck. The seller and I agreed that I would take the car and have this fixed in Southern California and I would bill him for the repairs, which I did. I personally towed the car back to Oceanside, California where I reside. I have located all of the VIN’s on the car in their proper places with the exception of the transmission; therefore, I consider this matching numbers with that exception. The artifacts I received at the time of purchase included a bill of sale between Car Scene, Inc. and Brent N. Hill, a former owner, no date on contract. I also received the Chrysler Registry certificate that Terry Klein, a former owner, had Galen Govier decode the fender tag and entered this VIN into a registry for cars of this type, dated 25 October 2002. Interestingly, the certificate is wrong in that it showed the state where Terry lived as Ohio, when it should have been California. I traced the street, city and zip code to a California address. I've been able to identify owners back to the mid 80's, in the Randolph, (Morris County) New Jersey area.
Since purchasing the car I have replaced many parts that were missing, incorrect or damaged, as follows:
AAR `Cuda, mid 80's in Randolph, New Jersey
I recently learned that this AAR `Cuda street raced out of a place called the Sip Ɛ Sup, pictured to the left (or above), in the fall of 1970 at the intersection of Routes 10 and 202 in Littleton, New Jersey.