“Just one look at this 1970 ‘Cuda convertible and you know it’s special.” those are the first words that describe this car in its sale ad at rkmotorscharlotte.com and we totally agree with that, ’cause our first impression was “oh… wow…”.
The RKMC guys say it would take $300K to dublicate this car ’cause every single component was modified in some way. It started as 1970 Barracuda Convertible adn finnished as Sony SEMA car. It has custom chassis from Art Morrison, 6.1 Hemi from 2006 Chrysler [customized to deliver over 700 HP] with 2.8 Kenne Bell supercharger, 727 Torqueflite 3-speed automatic transmission, fully custom interior and lots of other updates. The body color is straight from Ferrari catalog. Nice 1970 ‘Cuda that’s worth more thanit is sold for.
Photos: RK Motors Charlotte