When one thinks about the vintage Detroit muscle, or to be more precise, about some of the best representatives of the golden era of the American muscle car production, the name of the Plymouth Barracuda is simply inevitable. Especially when it comes to the fabulous models from 1970 and 1971.Those of you who are fans of this famous Mopar specimen, know well that the whole thing began back in 1964, when the first fastback coupe model that was based on Valiant came out of the assembly line. The peak of its popularity was reached at the beginning of the 70s, with the first awesomely redesigned models of 1970 Plymouth Barracuda that came out, and with it, the third generation of this muscle brand joined the muscle cars battles.
But enough with the history about it, because here we have one great example of 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, with an eye catching red paint job. I do not think that it would be a wrong thing of me to say that examples like this one is probably every muscle car aficionado dream vehicle. It is one perfectly restored car, both on the outside and the inside, with the classic white vinyl interior, bucket seats, four-speed pistol grip, console, and many other things that are catching its original spirit perfectly.
Under the hood there is a 440 cubic inch motor that is giving an output to 390 HP, mated to a four-speed A-833 manual transmission, with power steering and power disc brakes. To make a long story short, it is one of those classic muscle examples that each and every one of us would love to see it in his garage.
So check it out and tell me what you think about it in the comment section below. And if you are interested in seeing another famous example of 1970 `Cuda, visit this link.