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1970 Plymouth Barracuda SEMA Custom

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This sure is a beauty of a Barracuda. It is a custom built resto mod, put together for the SEMA 2014 show.

As you can see from the spec list below, this Cuda has had some serious upgrades everywhere from the complete powertrain, to the interior and small details throughout.

It’s been featured in numerous car magazines, including hotrod.com and has an interesting back story. If you want to read up on that area of the car.

Everything on this car has been meticulously worked over to not just give it a restomod look, but also to give it the best of both worlds, a classic muscle car with modern upgrades.

This level of detail will not come cheap. The asking price being at $299,258.00. But if you are in the market for a custom built one-of-a-kind 1970’s Plymouth Barracuda, this is the one for you.

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Engine: 528 HEMI
Transmission: 5 Spd Manual
Mileage: 509
Price:
US $299,258.00

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Engine
Type: 528ci Gen II Hemi
Bore & Stroke: 4.500 x 4.150 inches
Compression Ratio: 10.0:1
Block: Mopar Performance aluminum
Rotating Assembly: Molnar forged crank and rods, custom Diamond forged pistons
Cylinder Heads: box-stock Edelbrock Hemi, 2.32-/1.94-inch valves, CNC-contoured combustion chambers and CNC-blended seats
Camshaft: Arrington-spec solid roller, 252/260 degrees at .050-inch lift, .684-/.674-inch lift, 114 LSA
Valvetrain: Comp Cams 829-16 solid roller lifters, Indy/T&D shaft rocker system
Induction: ProCharger F2 supercharger, custom Arrington intake manifold with integrated ProCharger carb bonnet, Arrington 88mm billet throttle body (drive-by-wire control), Holley Dominator ECU with universal MPFI harness, Holley 83-lb/hr injectors and Holley rails
Intake Manifold: Arrington-modified Mopar single-plane
Fuel System: Aeromotive pump and regulator
Oiling: wet sump lube circuit, Milodon pan, Indy oil pump and pick-up
Exhaust: custom 2.125-inch primary long-tube headers into custom 3.5-inch dual exhaust with oval 3.5-inch side-exits, custom Flowmaster mufflers
Ignition: Crane Hi-6 box and coil, MSD Super Conductor ignition wires, MSD flying trigger
Cooling: Griffin radiator, SPAL electric fans, Mopar water pump
Output: 1,129 hp at 5,500 rpm, 1,077 lb-ft at 5,500 rpm (93-octane fuel)
Built by: Arrington Performance, Martinsville, VA


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Drivetrain
Transmission: McLeod Muscle Car 5 manual overdrive (2.95, 1.99, 1.34, 1.00, and .63 ratio)
Clutch: McLeod RXT Twin-Disc, McLeod flywheel and hydraulic throw-out bearing
Shifter: Hurst
Rearend: Strange S60, 3.73 gears

Chassis
Chassis: Art Morrison Max-G chassis
Front Suspension: C6 type IFS by Art Morrison, RideTech coilovers
Rear Suspension: Art Morrison three-link with RideTech coilovers and Watt’s linkage
Steering: Art Morrison power rack & pinion
Brakes: Wilwood 14-inch discs with six-piston calipers up front, 14-inch discs with four-piston calipers in the rear, Wilwood master cylinder, Hydratech hydraulic brake assist.

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