1971 Plymouth HEMI Cuda
There’s nothing like a rare muscle-car to get me excited! RK Motors Charlotte got their hands one the rarest and most desirable muscle cars ever made, namely this 1971 Plymouth Cuda. Powered by the 426 HEMI V8 engine and featuring Rallye Red exterior paint, this incredible old school Cuda might be yours, if you come up with $1.9 million that is.
Paying Bugatti Veyron money on a 1970s Plymouth Barracuda seems like an odd choice, but to have this Cuda show off just 2,010 miles (3,235 km) on the odometer, it’s like being brand new. This is all original, with a Dana 60 rear end and the Polyglass rubber, not to mention an A727 TorqueFlite 3-speed heavy-duty automatic transmission. Interesting enough, the 426 HEMI V8 still features factory fluids.
Car collectors everywhere are smiling right now. rumor has it that Fiat-Chrysler is developing an all-new Barracuda, with Dodge badges and so on. But I’d rather have the classic muscle in my driveway; wouldn’t you?