ClassicCars TV spots a 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda! As the high-performance version of the Barracuda, the ‘Cuda came standard with a 335-horsepower 383ci V8, but this particular ‘Cuda is powered by the top-dog 426 Hemi with dual barrel carburetors hiding underneath the Hemi-standard Shaker air induction system.

The 425-horse engine in this “High Impact” Tor Red pony car is paired with a 727 TorqueFlite automatic transmission, with the interior featuring black bucket seats, center console, Rallye gauges, and wood-rimmed steering wheel. At the Barrett-Jackson 2024 Palm Beach Auction, this mighty Mopar sold for $159,500.

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