Plymouth Cuda 1/4 mile CRASH at Sparta
Went to St Thomas dragway was video taping some car's got this crash.
taping was a bit shaky missed the impact but can still see the car flip.
St Thomas dragway. Test and Tune
May 5 2012
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Test Driving 1970 Plymouth Cuda 572 Hemi Convertible and Walkaround
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This 1970 Plymouth Cuda Convertible Hemi Clone has a 426c.i. 2x4BBL (572
Stroker) Hemi V8, 4 Speed Manual Transmission w/ Pistol Grip Shifter, Dana
60 Rear w/ 3.54 Limited Slip, P. Steering, P. Disc Brakes, AM Radio, P.
Black Vinyl Convertible Top (V3X), Go Wing, Elastomeric Colored Front
Bumper (A21), Rallye Dash, Buckets/Console (C55), 6-Way Drivers Seat
Adjuster, Rim Blow Steering Wheel, Dual Outside Painted Race Mirrors (G36),
Correct Black Vinyl Interior (Trim Code-H6X9), Seat Belts, OEM Shaker Air
Cleaner, Shaker Hood w/ Hood Pins, OEM Hemi Radiator, Fog Lights, Hockey
Stick Stripe, Correct Limelight Exterior (Paint Code-FJ5), Rallye Wheels w/
BFG Radial T/A Tires, Space Saver Spare, Canister, & Jack. Stunning Sheet
Metal & Undercarriage, Restoration Photos & Receipts, Fender Tag, Newer
Gorgeous Rotisserie Professional Resto w/ Approx 500 Miles! One of the
Finest Examples of a Hemi Clone Cuda You'll Find!! Thanks for taking a
Filmed at Fast Lane Classic Cars in St. Charles, MO
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
Triple Black Attack: 1970 440 6-Pack 'Cuda - /BIG MUSCLE
Each and every muscle car enthusiast has that one experience that has
helped define the way in which they view the automobile. For Northern
California's John Cross that experience came by way of riding in the back
of his cousins 1970 440 6-Pack Plymouth 'Cuda when he was a kid. It was a
car that provided him with memories, stories and of course, a goal - that
being, to one day own the very car which got his engine running all those
years ago. It's now 2012, 42 years after that first faithful ride in the
very 'Cuda you're about to see. This time however it resides in John's
garage, not his cousins, which can mean only one thing... Sometimes dreams
do come true.
1969 Plymouth Barracuda $22,900.00
1 of 1230 produced, original North Carolina car, beautiful factory B5 blue
metallic, factory black vinyl interior, 340 ci engine, Edelbrock 4 bbl,
Edelbrock polished Air Gap aluminum intake, Mopar Performance camshaft, X
heads, headers, Mopar electronic ignition, K&N billet breather, Edelbrock
valve covers, power steering, front disc brakes, Mopar radiator, 727 manual
valve body transmission with shift kit, bucket seats with console, factory
(62) Rallye dash, Autometer tach & gauges, am radio, fold-down rear seat,
dual Exhaust, 8 3/4 4.10 Sure Grip
rear end, 235/60R15 BF Goodrich Radial TA rear tires, 205/60R15 fronts, 15"
Cragar S/S wheels, original owners manuals, Mopar Muscle!
(Restoration of a 1967 Plymouth Barracuda) PROJECT FISH - PART 01
Outside of my airsoft hobby, I have this one. "Muscle" cars. Funny, in
THIS generation, it is called "muscle" cars..... Way back then, it was
just a car.....
Maybe this generation discerns the difference between "ricer", "rice
burner", "tuners", "classic car" and "muscle cars".
This is my friends 1967 Plymouth Barracuda. It will be a LOW COST,
ground-up restoration. No media blasting, not even sand blasting. Cannot
afford that "luxury". I will be using various ways to remove the old
paint, and spot checking for rust holes.
Part one is rust check and paint removal. As well as showing the small
block 340 that will go in the car affter we prep and paint the "engine
This is the first of MANY videos that will span the course of over one
In Torque We Trust - 1967 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S
Mr. Bob Gough's family moved to France for a few years when he was thirteen
years-old and thus he grew up idolizing European sports cars and looking
down on American muscle. That was until he discovered the 1967 Plymouth
Barracuda Formula S. The 'Cuda Formula S was upgraded in-house by Plymouth
with suspension and brakes that allow it to keep up with European sports
cars in the twisties (that is, all but the tightest twisties). He purchased
this car over twenty-three years ago and has gradually upgraded it. Bob
replaced the transmission with a Tremec 5-speed and now runs a 340 cubic
inch V8, rather than the original 273 ci engine. He's also replaced the
original 14" wheels with custom 15" steelies.
And the only suspension mod that Bob has made is replacing the original
shocks with nitrogen shocks that vastly improve the handling. The Plymouth
handles so well in fact, that he frequently surprises sports car owners on
drives. And once the curves straighten out, its ample torque allows it to
"leave Porsches behind." You do need to exercise caution entering corners
though, because the Forumla S is prone to rear wheel lock-up—so early
braking is a must! Even though Bob pushes the 'Cuda, it's actually docile
to drive, "but who drives a car like that?"
MECUM SOLD $3.5 Million - 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible
This 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible crossed the #Mecum Auction block
at the CenturyLink Field Event Center in Seattle, WA in front of a packed
house. After 8 minutes of dramatic bidding, this outstanding numbers
matching 4-speed example achieved an astounding $3,500,000 selling price,
solidifying itself as the world's most expensive #Mopar and the highest
price ever paid for a '71 #Hemi #Cuda Convertible at public auction.