Step Inside the Legendary 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Cuda 440 Magnum V8 – A Muscle Car Masterpiece in Limelight Green


1970 Plymouth Barracuda Cuda 440 Magnum V8 4 Speed Manual Coupe Limelight..

8 Coolest 'Cudas On Motorious

End of Sales Codes More description 1970 Plymouth Cuda 440-6 Barrel Unless you have been living under a rock, you know the legend precedes the car whenever it comes to anything from Mopar with lots of carbs.

But, when it comes to the 6 Barrel, (or 6 Pack depending on your preference), the Cuda legend permeates the atmosphere around the entire hobby.

For those that were in the know back then it was understood that the 440/6 turned better times than the Hemi in the quarter and weren’t quite as finicky.

It really does feel like a privilege just to ride in one of these. That thing is a monster. Obviously, we were taking it pretty easy given the value of the car and the fact that it’s only been together for 500 miles.

Glad it brought back some memories for you. Thanks for watching!

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