Plymouth Barracuda

  • This 1970 Plymouth Barracuda isn't a couple. It's a four-door but still sleek and stylish | Larry Ed

    You read the headline correctly: This is the 4-door Barracuda that Plymouth didn’t build in 1970, except it actually did, sort of. After a series of show-winning builds, David Walden was looking for a new challenge. He considered a project around a 1969 Pontiac Trans Am he already had, but one day while wandering through the internet he saw a mention of a four-door 1970 Plymouth Barracuda. Of course, there was no such car, but Walden was intrigued by the idea and the challenge it might present to his ECS Automotive Concepts company. Some additional research uncovered the fact that...

  • 1970 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda Mod Top
    One-off Hemi Cuda worth $1.4 million stolen

    Muscle car enthusiasts can talk for hours (no, make that days) about how rare their cars are because of a certain option or color combination, but few are as distinctive as this one. This one-of-one 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda with a special flower pattern vinyl top has been taken from its owner's...

  • 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona barn find - Image via Mecum Auctions
    Two Hemi Cuda Convertibles And A Dodge Charger Daytona Go Under The Hammer

    Mecum’s mega auction that ran in Kissimmee, Florida this month came to an end on Sunday and during the 10 days of furious bidding we saw total sales come close to $93 million. There was everything from pre-war cars to classic muscle to the latest supercars. The real highlight, though, was a...

  • 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible
    Not One, But Two Hemi Cuda Convertibles Head To Auction: Video

    When it comes to classic American muscle, it doesn’t get much rarer than the Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible. Now, incredibly, two of these rare beasts are coming up for auction. They will go under the hammer at the Mecum Auctions event in Kissimmee, Florida running from January 15-24, 2016...

  • 1973 Plymouth Barracuda
    Barracuda coming back as a Dodge?

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles [NYSE:FCAU] is currently holding its dealer group meeting in Las Vegas, during which it's showing the people who sell its vehicles the future of the company. Late last night our sources informed us that a new Barracuda is not only coming, but that it was shown in...

  • 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible
    1970 Hemi Cuda Convertible Sells For $2.25 Million At Monterey Auction

    I'll start this off by saying I'm a massive fan of most things Mopar. Additionally, I love watching those with many dollars available to them spend those dollars on all manner of vehicles that cross any number of the many auction blocks. This went down in grand fashion recently in Monterey. Yes, it...

  • Jay Leno's Garage 1967 Plymouth Hurst Barracuda

    The Plymouth Barracuda was a pretty wonderful piece of the muscle car pie back in its day. Today though it seems the second-generation cars get heavily overlooked in favor of the third-generation machines from 1970 and 1971. They shouldn't though, because they can be made to look quite 'Cuda-esque badass in their own right. Case in point is this 1967 Plymouth Barracuda prepared as a Hurst Edition version by B&M Shifters. It recently visited Jay Leno's Garage, where The Great Denim One gave the car a proper walk around and drive. DON'T MISS: LaFerrari Nearly Powerslides Right Into Oncoming...

  • 81-mile 1970 Hemi Cuda
    81-Mile Unrestored Hemi Cuda Heads To Auction

    Classic car collectors... fire up your wallets! DON'T MISS: Ford Moving Quickly To Ensure Cheap, High-Volume Carbon Fiber Production This May, the Mecum Auction in Indianapolis will see a 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda cross its auction block. We've seen plenty of Cudas cross the block before, and they...

  • 1971 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible sells for $3.5 million (Image: Mecum Auctions)
    Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible Hits $3.5 Million At Mecum Auction

    If further proof were needed of the growing value of America's iconic muscle cars, the sale price of a 1971 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda convertible sold at a recent Mecum auction in Seattle should do the trick. Wearing the correct shade of Bright Blue paintwork and matching painted steel wheels, the '71...

  • Ralph Gilles and the Man Van
    SRT boss downplays Barracuda rumors

    Talk of the Barracuda nameplate being revived dates back to even before Plymouth's demise at the start of the last decade, but the rumors never really got serious until Dodge rolled out its Barracuda concept at the 2007 SEMA show. The concept was based on the current Dodge Challenger and led to...

  • Craig Jackson's ex-Dan Gurney Plymouth Barracuda Trans-Am racer.
    Jay Leno Checks Out Craig Jackson's Plymouth Barracuda Trans-Am Racer: Video

    The Trans-Am series is best known for wheel-to-wheel racing between the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro, especially during the height of its popularity from 1968 to 1972. More than just Mustangs and Camaros ran in its Over 2.0 Liter class, with factory-backed teams also fielding Mercury...

  • John Cross' 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda
    1970 Plymouth 'Cuda Is Part Car, Part Family Member: Video

    Those who see cars as necessary evils, or worse, as the downfall of modern civilization, won’t understand the significance of one car being in the same family for over four decades. They certainly won’t understand why someone would spend a jaw-dropping amount of cash to preserve the...

  • 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda

    In the muscle car world, the Plymouth Hemi Cuda is a by-word for the Holy Grail, hen's teeth, or free beer. In other words, it's elusive and highly sought after. But if you're in the market for one, look no further: there's a pristine example up for sale, and all you need is the $3,200,000 asking price. Yes, you read that right. This 1970 Hemi Cuda, with just 17,729 miles on the clock, will set you back the price of roughly 1.5 limited-edition Bugatti Veyrons. What makes this car so special? It was rare when it was built, and it has a storied history in Trans-Am racing at the hands of legends...

  • Chrysler considers reviving the Barracuda
    Chrysler Considers Reviving The Barracuda

    Despite the rising cost of fuel, genuine muscle cars are as popular as ever it seems with new versions of the Ford Mustang, Chrysler 300C SRT-8, Pontiac GTO and Chevy Camaro all scheduled to hit showrooms in the not too distant future. Now, The Detroit News is reporting that Chrysler could be...

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