1973 Plymouth Barracuda 340 Hi-Perf Cuda
1973 Plymouth Barracuda 340 Hi-Perf Cuda AMS Auto, Woodstock, IL 815-527-7297
WICKED 3000+hp Hemi CUDA on Radials
Marty Robertson's WICKED 68' Plymouth Barracuda from the Radial Revenge "Sunrise Nationals" at Tulsa Raceway Park. The car features a 521ci Brad Anderson Hemi with an F3 ProCharger and runs on a Mickey Thompson 315 Drag Radial tire.
1973 Custom Plymouth Barracuda - Fast driving owner likes burnouts
Customizing a Plymouth 'Cuda is considered taboo by many Chrysler purists because you simply don't mess with one of the most iconic muscle cars of all time. We decided on this featured 'Cuda not only because the car was done right but the owner is an interesting guy with a free spirit. It is about the car but it could never have been done without the owner's vision. We always leave it to the owner's discretion as to how hard they want to drive their car for the video. Regan could not resist and had to show it off with a couple of burnouts. For some reason, we were always running behind the 'Cuda. Some custom cars look great but some look like something that went all wrong. It's hard to imagine improving on a 'Cuda but this one is a top notch custom 'Cuda with a dedicated owner of over 30 years that absolutely has a passion for as he states is that it is the best body style ever made. We agree. A 'Cuda Brothers film produced by Vidimation http://www.cudabrothers.com Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/CudaBrothers2 http://www.Vidimation.com
1972 Plymouth 'Cuda - A Great American Muscle Car
The Plymouth 'Cuda is a numbers matching 340 c.i. with only 55,000 original miles. This is like no other 'Cuda you will ever see. I purchased this car in 1977 and it sat for many years. When I bought the car it had a cheap paint job obviously hiding something and even with the low miles, the vinyl seats were starting to crack. After removing the engine and all the chrome, the car was stripped to bare metal and we found some repair work but not too bad. It was repainted with 6 base coats and 6 clear coats. It shines like you will see in the video. I kept it the stock B5 Blue (maybe just a touch richer) but changed the white interior and vinyl top from white to black. There have been slight modifications to the engine with built heads, a different cam, and an automatic transmission shift kit. The only thing that gives away that it is not stock is the headers. So many people see my car and question why they sold their old muscle car. I recognized from early on that the 'Cuda was going to become a valuable classic and there was no way I was going to sell it. So here it sits in all its beauty and I am now taking it to car shows for everyone to appreciate. Try taking a casual drive down the street and everyone gives it a thumbs up, shouts what a great car it is, asked us to step on it, and sometimes we do. Even the cops pull me over just to check out the car. They can appreciate a great muscle car too. Enjoy the Ride, 'Cuda Brothers Preserving the Barracuda Legend http://www.cudabrothers.com http://www.facebook.com/CudaBrothers2