The Purest 1971 Plymouth Cuda Restomod Ever!

1971 Plymouth Cuda

The 1971 Plymouth Cuda is one of those classic cars that have a persistent design, and luckily we have one, on today’s muscle car menu. This ’71 Cuda appeared at the 2020 Grand National Roadster Show, Pomona CA, and was… Continue Reading

Numbers Matching 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird 426 Hemi

1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird Main

Nothing better than a HEMI car with a nose cone and a giant wing on the back. Yeah, It’s the well known 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird shining bright in Limelight perfect shape. This ’70 Superbird was completely restored and… Continue Reading

Mesmerizing Custom 1968 Plymouth Barracuda “Hemi-S”

1968 Plymouth Barracuda Hemi-S Front

You don’t see every day this kind of 1968 Plymouth Barracuda, because this is not an ordinary ‘Cuda. This Barracuda Formula S, was designed and built by Garret’s Rod Shop in Columbus, Ohio, and they have created a true custom… Continue Reading

1958 Plymouth Fury – The Famous Christine

1958 Plymouth Fury

It’s easy to praise the superhero cars, but what about a villain one. If you remember the movie “Christine” from 1983, than you know the 1958 Plymouth Fury very well. On the video bellow you will see one of just… Continue Reading

The Raising Phoenix – Chris Jacobs 1968 Plymouth GTX Custom Coupe

So far we’ve seen so many Plymouth GTX muscle cars, however this one is special. For twenty years it is owned by Chris Jacobs, and now he decided to give his bellowed custom build 1968 Plymouth GTX for charity donation.… Continue Reading

Sick Hellcat Powered 1974 Plymouth Duster with Dramatic History

One of the stars at this year SEMA motor show, was this 1974 Plymouth Duster, called “Kasper”. Which has a lot of history behind him and still it is owned by the original owner, purchase in Mobile Alabama back in… Continue Reading

This 1973 Plymouth Cuda is Real Family Treasure

Like every other classic American muscle car, the story behind this 1973 Plymouth Cuda is pretty much amazing, and last more than 45 years. This Mopar was purchased brand new back in 1973, and left the production line with a… Continue Reading

Two-Tone 1968 Plymouth Road Runner “Old Runner” Street Machine

Today we have a very special Mopar. What we are looking at, it is a 1968 Plymouth Road Runner named “Old Runner” painted in gorgeous two-tone Pearlescent Orange and Black Paint. However, the most stunning is the big blower raised… Continue Reading

This 1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda beats every modern muscle!

This 1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda looks like every other classic Mopar, and probably you will say “nothing special, an ordinary AAR Cuda with 340 engine and drag radials”. However, don’t be fooled, although this AAR Cuda looks naïve, it is… Continue Reading