Our top 15 of 2015: 1970 Plymouth Cuda

Posted in Cars, Opinion

Over the course of 2015, we’ve featured no less than 69 cars, so when it came time to narrow down to our top 15 of 2015, we seriously struggled. Below is what we narrowed it down to. With the standard of builds being completed in the country skyrocketing, it was no easy feat to choose. We looked at what cars we’d love to have parked in our own garages, and this is what we came up with — in no particular order. Here’s another of our Top 15, and you can check out an earlier listing here

Keith Sinclair — 1970 Plymouth Cuda

With a massive 465ci iron block Hemi up front, Keith Sinclair’s 1970 is one of the most unlikely circuit race cars you’ll come across, but it’s so damn cool looking that it doesn’t matter how fast it is. Built to be period correct — besides the ridiculous amount of power — we can only imagine how fun it’d be to slide around the race track on the car’s class specific period-correct tyres.  

You can check out the full feature on Keith's Cuda here, and view the  other 14 cars by searching ‘Top 15’ 

Let us know in the comments below if you agree, or disagree with this selection.

The full feature on this car was published in NZV8 Issue No. 121. You can pick up a print copy or a digital copy of the magazine below: