1967 WCC Coddington HEMI Barracuda

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While Boyd Coddington was still with us he dreamed about making a faster and cooler Barracuda – the idea of Coddington HEMI Barracuda was born, but sadly Boyd didn’t see this dream come true. The other word wide know team, the West Coast Customs, took over the job and did this Barracuda Coupe to honor Mr Boyd. It came out a masterpeace.
Ryan and his warriors at WCC swapped the engine to a modern 6.1 SRT8 HEMI and mated to a 727 TorqueFlight transmission. It does nearly 500 horses now. Custom dueal exhaust, Griffith radiator, Magnum Force Mustang II front sub-frame and suspension , Wilwood brakes are there too. Asanti rims give it the rightstance – 19″ front and 20″ at the back. The gossy black body involved matted ghost stripes – looks awesome.
This WCC Coddington HEMI Barracuda was sold for charity at auction. Well done, everybody!

Photos: Barrett-Jackson