The 1970 Plymouth Barracuda has one the most fearsome styles of the muscle car era. So when you have a restomod with a 6.1-liter supercharged Hemi V8, custom A/C interior, four-wheel disc brakes, and awesomely bold paint, you know the top dog has arrived.
This coupe loves to announce it's something special. The bold orange paint has a radiant style, and we especially like how it makes for a distinct contrast to the full dark side accent package. The blackout hood, dark grille, black bumpers, deeply tinted windows, blackout rear panel, dark trim, black alloys, and painted side stripes show a thoughtful way to look quite mean. And when it comes to attitude, nothing announces a muscle Mopar better than a shaker hood with callouts. There are terrific little details that make all the difference. It's in the way the Hemi is outlined in the fender stripes for added definition, the LED headlights make for a bright glow from the dark grille, and the wheels are staggered in size 18/20 inches front/rear so that you have a meaner stance. But as you look over the whole coupe, you not only get a sense of power, but also there's a feeling of quality that comes from taking the time to make sure this has the kind of crisp style that makes it look clean and confident everywhere it's parked.
The interior does a terrific job of being a proper restomod where you have plenty of classic style while also getting the right modern upgrades. For example, the door panels, dash, and carpeting have a stock but fresh style. The seats have been updated for added comfort with plenty of added bolstering. But the low-back style and custom 'Cuda stitching make them fit into the overall style quite nicely. This coupe is loaded with cold-blowing Vintage Air air conditioning, power front windows, power locks, power steering, and a touchscreen infotainment system that runs the Bluetooth CarPlay, and a full stereo with subwoofers in the custom trunk box. This is set up to be a proper driver's machine. That means classic features like a vintage sports steering wheel and stock round gauge panel. These are joined by worthwhile upgrades like the B&M shifter in the custom center console and a full Dakota Digital gauge pack.
The tucked wires, tidy components, and clean inner walls of the engine bay are all part of making sure the powerhouse takes center stage. This earns its restomod status with a 6.1-liter fuel-injected Hemi V8 under the hood. But what really makes this awesome is the Kenne Bell 2.8-liter Mammoth supercharger placed on top. It means this classic Barracuda is more like a modern Hellcat. An awesome powerhouse like this is backed by good components like a Wizard Cooling aluminum radiator, dual electric fans, upgraded pulleys, a Milodon oil pan, and the battery moved to the trunk for better weight distribution. It fires up with a terrific tune as long tube headers feed into the dual exhaust and Dynomax mufflers. And because even the sound is a bit of a cool mix of muscle car and modern machine, you'll be pleased with the full setup. You have traditionally stout components like a Torqueflite A727 three-speed automatic transmission and a 9-inch rear end. These are joined by modern features like a tubular steel front subframe and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes.
This is iconic Mopar style that has been upgraded to fulfill your wildest dreams. That's why this supercharged restomod deserves to be in your garage. Call today!!!