Plymouth Barracuda with SRT Shaker Hood and Hellcat V8

Plymouth Barracuda SRT Hellcat Front

1971 Plymouth Barracuda is the most famous and desirable classic Mopar ever built, which actually is an updated version of the ‘70 ‘Cuda model. However, our Mopar today is a mix of both, originally it is a ‘70 ‘Cuda with a ‘71 front-end. Nevertheless, it is built for fun and has modern drivability, on top looks stunning with its black body and awesome stance.  

Plymouth Barracuda SRT Hellcat Front Interior

Inside this black beauty, it is the same story. The interior has a combination of the classic ‘70 ‘Cuda and the modern Hellcat elements. The dashboard is from the early Cuda model with upgraded gauges, while the steering wheel and the seats are from the SRT Hellcat. In addition, also it is equipped with modern goodies such as stereo, AC and   

Plymouth Barracuda SRT Hellcat Engine

 This Plymouth Barracuda Under his shaker hood has the Chryslers Supercharged 6.2 liter, 370 cubic-inch SRT HEMI Hellcat small-block crate V8 engine, producing 707 horsepower and 650 lb.-ft. of torque. The engine is attached by a 4L80E automatic transmission which spins 9-inch Ford Rear-end. Underneath it is equipped with a QA1 suspension, Wilwood disk brakes on all four wheels, and 19-inch Satin black Ferrada wheels wrapped with Nitto NT555 Tyres.   

source: AutotopiaLA

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