For this Sunday Muscle Cars World found this bad ass 1973 Cuda available at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas. Born a high price class, 318-equipped Barracuda, this car now sports a full ‘cuda cosmetic package and upgraded 340 cubic inch engine + 727 Torque-Flite Automatic Transmission. These guys have completed a lot of recent mechanical work including replacing the heater core, air conditioning compressor and components along with a replaced sending unit for the gas tank and various mechanicals in 2012.
As you can see from the photos below, this car is awesome, and thanks to the High Impact Vitamin C Orange paint, this Cuda is a true muscle car. You know Plymouth’s own pony car was in its final years in 1973. The Barracuda was produced from 1964 until 1974. Plymouth’s “E” Body Barracuda was born in 1970, conceived with a lower, wider, more menacing version of the “B” body predecessor.
The exterior displays classic ‘cuda styling cues including the sinister blacked-out tail light panel and spoiler. The classic “sharks tooth” grille design is desired among Mopar enthusiasts and musclecar lovers alike. Read more!
The Chevy Camaro Z/28 was born from the Trans Am racing series. Limited to 5.0L, these were confident racers of the day. High revving small blocks were the name of the game and the DZ302 is a legend. This RS Z/28 is a great example of true muscle car. The original owner, believed to be from New York State, purchased the car new in 1969 and held onto it until 1994. In that time period, he did a nice cosmetic restoration on the car – see the photos below.
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sport Z/28’s restoration is still holding up well. The Garnet Red paint shows looks very nice and the finish is smooth with a nice shine to it. The Black Houndstooth interior have been redone and looks like new. It features a console with gauges, clock, tachometer, and an aftermarket AM/FM stereo. The 15” Rally Wheels shine so bright and are equipped with Goodyear Eagle GT Radials – a classic combo!
The 302 has been rebuilt a few years ago and the Muncie 4-Speed transmission shifts nicely. The 12-bolt rear has 3.73 gears in it to help scoot this street racer down the road quickly. It has a set of headers to help it breathe easier.To keep with its heritage, she has power disc brakes up front and manual steering for that connected to the road feel. This is a very nice combo and Muscle Cars World loves it. Read more!
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Custom Coupe is a magnificent muscle car that was part of the “primetime” slot which was aired on the Speed channel in the last September, reporting the Barret Jackson Las Vegas auction.
This is a 650hp muscle car like you have never seen before! It has won every car show entered – approx 30 times. This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle has been in the “Goodguys” magazine not one, but twice!
It is a frame off restoration, every part disassembled and painted which means no tape lines. The firewall/engine compartment has been filled/smoothed and painted as well as the frame. This is a true muscle car through and through that has never seen rain. It has a SS dash, interior is perfect, embroidered headrests Dakota, digital style gauges, Infinity, Kenwood/Alpine sound system with custom trunk enclosure. Don’t forget to click on Read more for interesting info and pictures!
This real numbers matching 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge was frame up restored approx. 17 years ago. Being a southern car all the sheet metal is original. The YZ 400 RAM AIR III 366HP engine was rebuilt, a new dash pad was installed, a new radiator core was installed, the carburetor and distributor were rebuilt, and a new bumper was added during the restoration. The restoration looks like it was done last year. There is approx. 20000 miles on the car since restored. The cardinal red with the red interior really does this beautiful judge well. Equipped with a/c, wood steering wheel, tilt, and power steering, the power brakes were added as was the hood tach.
Recent upgrades include: a new master cylinder, new proportioning valve, new original style power brake booster, 3.55 gears, and new front stainless steel brake lines. Complete with a binder full of receipts, phs documentation, and the original buld sheet this very rare Judge really has it all. There were only 787 GTO Judges produced with an automatic and air conditioning in 1970. How many still exist today in cardinal red? We, at Muscle Cars World don’t know exactly, but what we know for sure is that this true muscle car is very rare! Click on Read more for pictures!