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.
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.
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.