1970 Plymouth Barracuda

1970 – 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda

The Plymouth Barracuda->ke1486 saga began in 1964 as a fastback coupe based on the Valiant. The first-generation Barracuda was mostly famous for its distinctive wraparound rear glass, but also for being Plymouth’s->ke1483 first sporty, compact vehicle or “pony car.” No match for the popular Ford Mustang, the Barracuda was redesigned for 1967, when notchback and …

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Can This Rare Moulin Rouge Colored 1970 Plymouth GTX Be Worth $325,000?

Both the Dodge and Plymouth brands were known for their famed “High-Impact Colors” of the early-1970s. A popular marketing tool for the Mopar brands during the muscle car era, the bright and vivid exterior colors brought a lot of attention to both brands’ lineups. The addition of fun names also helped to add to the …

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The Best Classic Muscle Car Engines

Most automotive enthusiasts and historians typically place the classic age of the American muscle car between 1964 and 1972. During this period, the major American automotive manufacturers engaged in a war for customers thirsty for stoplight-to-stoplight performance. The manufacturers responded by placing ever more powerful engines in small to midsize vehicles to grab more of …

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Why The 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Deserves To Be One Of The Best Classic Muscle Cars

As the muscle car era drew to a close and the infamous malaise set in, the auto industry gave us one last truly special model. The significance of the 1971 model year won’t be lost on most enthusiasts, as this was the year the emissions restrictions officially came into effect and Plymouth were faced with …

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10 Discontinued Muscle Cars That Need To Make A Comeback

The four most loyal fan bases consist of muscle car fanatics, JDM fanboys, European disciples, and supercar enthusiasts. The JDM supporters swear they have the most valuable cars in existence, the Euro crowd is obsessed with appreciating Beemers, and the supercar enthusiasts… well, they struggle to accept some supercars are inferior to the rest. Where …

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See If These Classic Muscle Cars Have What It Takes To Beat Their Modern Rivals

Some of the best classic and modern muscle cars from Ford, Chevrolet, and Dodge take their beef to the drag strip to see who is the best. YouTube via Wheels Channel The debate over old versus new extends to many things, including muscle cars. Some people prefer old-school classic cars, while others believe that newer …

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