This is an extensive recording of a Plymouth Cuda Convertible from 1971 with the extremely rare 426 V8 Hemi engine and a 4-speed transmission. Only two of these with the manual transmission were produced in 1971 so this car is obviously a clone but a very well built one. An original 1971 HemiCuda convertible is today extremely valuable, selling prices up to $5 million. The engine has 2 x 4-port Carter carburator and is (under)rated 425 horsepower by the factory. The recording contains eight onboard microphones for interior, engine, intake and exhausts, and eight channels of exterior material. It includes startup, idle, shutdown, driving at steady rpms, steady rpms in neutral, cruising, ramps, accelerations and decelerations through gears, approaches, passbys, aways as well as some foley like doors, hoods and knobs. Total recording length is 37m 39s.