1973 Plymouth Barracuda Powered by Viper V10 Engine

1973 Plymouth Barracuda Wheels

Here we have a 1973 Plymouth Barracuda, a classic muscle car that defines the dominant era of Chrysler / Mopar auto engineering. This particular ‘Cuda is a modified version with full custom suspension, custom interior, and many other modifications that make this ’73 Mopar simply irresistible.

1973 Plymouth Barracuda Interior

This 1973 Plymouth Barracuda it feels and drives like a modern Mopar, that’s because it is built upon modern parts and technology. The body has an In-Violet color with awesome white graphics. The team that built this ‘Cuda wanted to do something that is never seen before and they’ve made a perfect combination between the gorgeous white interior and the classic center console and dashboard.

1973 Plymouth Barracuda Engine

Speaking about the engine, this machine is powered by a monstrous Viper SRT10 506 cubic-inch Gen-III V10 engine, producing a massive 800 horsepower and 560 lb.-ft of torque. The engine is bolted to a Tremec TR6060 6-speed manual transmission, which spins Dana 44 rear-end with 3.45 gears. Also, it is equipped with 17-inch ION 625 wheels and all secured with Wilwood disk brakes.

source: Internal Combustion

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