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1971 Hemi Cuda

•Engine- 426 Hemi

•Color- Red with white interior

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The Plymouth ‘Cuda was the third generation of the Plymouth Barracuda, originally introduced in 1964 They took the rear end of the Mustang and combined it with the rear windshield of the Corvette to create their own “Pony Car” look. The ‘Cudas hadn’t, however, created their own unique bodystle. In fact, they shared the same E-body platform as the recently released Dodge Challenger. The Plymouth Barracuda was sold with the same body as the Dodge Challenger from 1970-1974, but was offered with six different engine choices: a 340cid, a 383cid, a 440cid Magnum, a 440cid six-barrel, and the 426cid Hemi. Only the more performance-oriented models were sold as “‘Cudas.”

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