Muscle Cars World knows big block Mopars have been fetching big money prices for years now. But what most collectors fail to realize is that equally exclusive small block cars, like this authentic 1970 Plymouth Cuda 340 Six Pack Sassy Grass, are just as hot and sometimes a better investment. With their excellent combination of power and handling, broad aftermarket support system and increasingly rare status, these cars enjoy one of the fastest sell-through rates of anything in our showroom. 1 of only 12 Sassy Grass AARs are known to exist!
We’re not real sure where this vivid ‘Cuda headed after it rolled off Chrysler’s Dodge Main assembly line in April of 1970. But we do know the car benefitted from a world class, frame-off restoration that was executed by the pros at RKM Performance Center and detailed by Mopar guru David Wise. As you can tell by the quality of its authenticity and first rate appearance, this Plymouth was a solid piece that needed nothing more than prep work for paint. That correct high impact paint presents exceptionally well and, when combined with matte horizontals and correct strobe stripes, creates iconic muscle car looks. And, since that paint is backed by professional panel fitment, the car makes a fantastic impression! Read more!
1970 Plymouth Barracuda R/T Restomod – a real “Mopar Performance 2010 SEMA Show Car” – features 572 all aluminum MOPAR performance HEMI 750 hp & 680 lb-ft. torque.
This stunning pro-touring restomod was designed by Delaney Auto Designs and features an extensive list of top dollar modifications. Delaney Auto Designs is known for their state-of-art engineering and real world performance, which is showcased in this HEMI ‘Cuda SEMA Show vehicle. This ‘Cuda is powered by a 572 All Aluminum Mopar Performance HEMI that produces an astounding 750 horsepower and 680 lb-ft of torque for a thrilling driving experience that few cars can offer.
Furthermore, this restomod has a 4 speed pistol grip transmission, RMS AlterKtion suspension, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes, 17″ KMC Wheels, Nitto Invo tires, and Classic Auto Air A/C system to provide a muscle car with genuine street credibility. The stunning Sassygrass Green paint and the black interior are in pristine condition and show that the previous owner passionately cared for this automobile. Overall, this restomod seamlessly combines iconic muscle car design and modern driving functionality to provide the ultimate muscle car experience! Please view the 60 + photos of this collector item and Read more!
This real 300hp 1971 Plymouth Cuda Convertible 383 4BBL muscle car is in spectacular condition inside and out and the paint is beautiful. Absolutely no rust, no issues. The car was sold in 2005 at Barrett Jackson for approximately $106,000 and remained in personal collections till today. One year and a small fortune later, it’s as close to perfect as the guys at North Freeway Hyundai could make it.
Engine code E65 383 4bbl 300hp with a D32 Heavy Duty Automatic Transmission, both were just rebuilt to exacting factory standards with all of the correct parts, no expense spared. The rear end is D56/A36 with a 3.55 ratio and D91 Sure Grip Axle. It is a true H51 Factory AC car, true P37 Power Top car, true P31 power window car, with true factory S77 Power Steering and B41 + B51 true Factory Power Brake car with Factory front discs. Muscle Cars World found many pictures of this lovely car, so click on Read more!
Despite we are about two weeks before the Fast and Furious 6 film release on May, 24, let’s talk about the muscle cars from the movie. To date, most of the vehicles featured in the Fast And Furious franchise have been modified American muscle cars or Japanese tuner cars. For the sixth installment of the series there’s a bit of a shift; while there’s still a focus on American muscle, there’s also a large assortment of old-school European muscle cars featured. However, we will feature the American muscle cars!
What Dominic Toretto (played by Vin Diesel) will be driving? A 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona replica! While it looks the part, the vehicle isn’t actually a high-dollar Charger Daytona, as the pop-up headlights would be too expensive to fix after every stunt. Other subtle changes include a slightly shorter rear wing and nose, and under the hood you’ll find the LS3 small-block V8 from General Motors. That’s nothing short of sacrilege for Mopar purists.
Dominic also ends up driving a 2011 Dodge Challenger in the beginning of the movie, and a 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda at the end of the movie. The Challenger is the same car he drove during the ending of the fifth movie, while the ‘Cuda sports a massive old-school Hemi with an independent suspension and a Jaguar rear end. Click on Read more!
And this gorgeous 1971 Plymouth Cuda 440 Six Pack V code with a 4 speed HEMI gear box is the last Plymouth Barracuda for today. This muscle car is 1 of only 108 Six Pack Cudas ever built and probably the best original in the world. What’s more, this car is in perfect original condition.
It features Super Track Pack Dana 60 rear end, HEMI suspension, cooling package and power front disc brakes. Interior is in flawless condition, too! The original #’s matching six pack 440 motor /trans and rear. Body panels are in perfect condition with no rust. One thing is for sure – this muscle car is great addition to the Muscle Cars World website and runs fast!
The featured 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda is one of the ultimate muscle cars with its 1000+ hp and Muscle Cars World wants to show you some of the features and many photos:
Engine: - All aluminum Indy Cylinder Head Motor
- 528 cid 1000+hp 1000 ft lbs of Torque
- Has all best equipment and parts fron Indy Cyl
- 8 quart swing arm Milidon Oil Pan
- TTI headers Ceramic Coated outside – Thermal Coated Inside
- 2-750 cfm Blower Carbs. by Demond
- Blower Shop 871 Blower – 9lbs of Boost
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This amazing 1971 Plymouth Viper Custom Cuda is one-of-a-kind thanks to Time Machines. Here we talk about engine swaps that have been around from the earliest days of motoring. More sophisticated hot rodders pioneered chassis swaps to get more performance and less weight. But rare is the car that can so seamlessly blend two completely different vehicles as seamlessly as this 1971 Plymouth Barracuda convertible.
You see, that body is just an illusion, because underneath it’s a 2001 Dodge Viper, complete with a thundering 450 horsepower V10, 6-speed manual transmission, and fully independent suspension. What’s truly exceptional, however, is how beautifully built the entire car is, and the engineering required is truly mind-boggling. Why, just for starters, note that it’s now a two-seater, just like the Viper, although the proportions of the ‘Cuda body remain unchanged. Click on Read more for the details!