Plymouth Barracuda 'Cuda Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
If you ask the average person to name an American sporty car of the late sixties, you probably won’t hear “Plymouth Barracuda” unless the person is a dedicated motorhead. In a way, that’s curious, because the Barracuda was the first of the so-called pony cars to hit the market (debuting two weeks before the Ford Mustang) and in some areas it was arguably superior to its Ford rival… way superior! It was quickly eclipsed by the Mustang and the Camaro/Firebird due, but would make a name for itself with a large range of incredible engines, and one in particular, one engine its competition could only dream of, the Hemi. Just Google Barracuda, and you’ll see why it is impossible in a paragraph to tell the story of this amazing Muscle car. The Barracuda is a collectible car today, with the high-performance versions and convertibles commanding the highest prices. The remaining cars of any condition are rare, and the outstanding examples fetch high appraisal values today. Original Hemi super stock Barracudas are now prized collector vehicles, with factory cars commanding high prices. The 1971 HemiCuda convertible is now considered one of the most valuable collectible muscle cars. Only thirteen were built, seven of which were sold domestically. The most recent public sale, brought $3.5 million (plus buyers premium). Several replica cars were created to look like HemiCuda's and driven by the TV character Nash Bridges, none of these replica cars had a Hemi V8 under the hood.
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