COOL CUDA, 440 V8, 727 AUTO, CLEAN, PWR STEER, NICE PAINT/BODY/INTERIOR, SHARP!
Rarely do you ever get to see a classic Mopar muscle machine for this kind of price. But more than just a mean, red machine, this 1970 Plymouth Barracuda is packing the famous 440 under the hood. There's plenty of more great details on this car, but read them quickly before this one is gone.
Plymouth instantly created a new muscle car icon with the Barracuda's new design in 1970. Since Chrysler traditionally produced less than the rest of The Big Three, each piece of Mopar muscle is already a true treasure, and a great way to standout even amongst these standouts is with a very bold red. The color has out-for-blood vibrancy that comes from a modern application. Still, it's not so bold that you miss out on this E-body's little touches, like the hood scoops or the black accent stripe on the rear that announces you've got the biggest RB motor in this Barracuda. This one only gets better as you go through all the details like the mirror-like chrome bumpers, aggressive rear spoiler, and those solid Cragar wheel that just radiate shine and power.
The moment you slip into the high-back bucket seat, it feels like 1970 all over again. From the door panels, to the carpets, to the headliner - everything feel deep, dark, and correct. There's a nice premium feeling with the desirable center console and the gearshift sitting boldly in the middle of the wood veneer. The classic Mopar sports steering wheel feels simple, direct, and effective. It also gives you a full view of the gauge package with large speedo. But as you look over the entire interior, it's the addition of an auxiliary gauge trio and the large tach that really gets your heart pumping. It reminds you there's something special under the hood even before you twist the key and hear it roar.
When you see the engine bay, you'll know those rear fender callouts were not lying. That's a Mopar's famous 440 cubic-inch V8, and it looks great with the bold orange block and shining valve covers. Plus, it was rebuilt around 9K miles ago and includes go-fast goodies such as a bored .60 over kit, cast pistons, 284 camshaft, Carter AFB four-barrel carburetor, and Edelbrock Performer intake. These extra performance components are immediately noticeable when you fire it up. The dual exhaust to creates the kind of ferocious sound that tells everyone this is the new street king. Making sure you can harness this power correctly are great features like the stout A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission and power steering.
A turnkey ready big block Mopar that has an unforgettable presentation. In fact, this one Is already a multiple award winner. So if you want to be tuning heads tomorrow, you need to call today!
- AM/FM Radio
- Cassette Player
- Vinyl Interior
- Power Steering
- Seatbelts (Front)
- Exterior Color
- Interior Color
- Transmission Spec
- A727 Torqueflite
- Front Suspension
- Torsion bar
- Rear Suspension
- Leaf Spring
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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