Everybody and his mom knows that the 1971 ’Cuda is the King of the muscle car world. When equipped with all the bells and whistles (Sassy Grass Green, “billboard” stripes, elastomeric bumpers, shaker hood), there possibly may not be a cooler-looking car as the era was winding down. Originally painted in “GA4” Winchester Gray, this ’Cuda is one of 237 U.S.-spec cars built with the 440-6. Also on the option list was a four-speed, leather seats, spoilers front and rear, and a Rallye cluster. As a rule, pony cars go for more money than mid-size muscle, but the fact that this one was dolled up was reflected in its price.