1970 Plymouth Barracuda 78237 Miles Plum Crazy Purple Coupe V8 7.2L Torqueflite
In particular, the performance-themed 1970 ‘Cuda was available with the 440ci Six-Barrel engine featuring a triple-carb intake system mounting triple Holley 2-barrel carburetors. Delivering 390hp and great performance, the Six-Barrel engine package also included a maintenance-free hydraulic cam plus standard high-performance underpinnings. Interestingly, the 440 Six-Barrel ‘Cuda could often beat the vaunted HEMI ‘Cuda, with far lower cost and easier tuning.
Chrysler’s E-Body Plymouth Barracuda and Dodge Challenger of 1970-74 may have arrived late to the muscle car party, but they rank among the most sought-after American performance cars today. Boldly styled, the Barracuda/’Cuda and Challenger shared key structures with Chrysler’s mid-size B-Body range, allowing them to accommodate the entire Chrysler engine line. In particular, the performance-themed 1970 ‘Cuda was available with the 440ci Six-Barrel engine featuring a triple-carb intake system mounting triple Holley 2-barrel carburetors.
Only an approximate 500 miles have been traveled since the restoration was completed and this collector-owned Six-Barrel ‘Cuda comes with a new battery and fluid check, plus an original owner’s manual. This fine example is one of just 853 automatic cars produced.
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