GOLD CERT, 5X CHRYSLER NAT WINS, 512 6-PACK, 5 SPD, A/C, AMAZING, $200K INV, A+!
- Condition: Used
- Make: Plymouth
- Model: Barracuda
- SubModel: 512 Pro-Touring
- Type: Coupe
- Doors: 2
- Year: 1974
- Mileage: 11,981
- Color: Orange
- Engine size: 512 CI
- Power options: Air conditioning, Power windows
- Transmission: Manual
- Interior color: Other
- Options: Leather seats, CD player
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1974 Plymouth Barracuda 512 Pro-Touring
This 1974 Plymouth 'Cuda was built with the art of the car in mind. It's a labor of love that includes beautiful custom paint, one-of-a-kind A/C interior, five-speed manual, and a mean 512 ci 600 hp six-pack monster under the hood this coupe is what happens when someone decides that only the best will do.Tangelo Pearl, that's the name of the amazing color that immediately grabs your attention. While that expensive shade, and extra deep clearcoat are worth every penny (even on the undercarriage!), that's not everything that keeps you focused on this coupe. It perfectly blends old and new world styles with the classic blacked-out hood treatment and the airbrushed graphics running down the side. Yes, that's a barracuda skeleton showing off the evilly aggressive soul. Even the wheels are a perfect blend, with the Mopar Performance alloys hinting at classic design lines. This 'Cuda was Gold-Certified at the Chrysler Nationals, and is a five-time first-place winner. That means all the details are really right on this one. The panels have a precision gap that comes from time and effort (this car has no shims!) There's investment in items like the HID headlights surrounded by hydro-dipped bezels (look very closely for the 'Cuda skeletons here too), door handles integrated into the custom graphics, Rhino Liner in the rear wheel wells, and custom LED brake lights built into the spoiler. We could list all of the investments in the exterior, but then we'd run out of room to go over all the work on the interior and drivetrain.No expense was spared getting the inside to be the coolest custom setup any Mopar fan would love. It carries all the iconic classic elements like the 'Cuda on the broad door panels, expansive dashboard, and pistol-grip shifter, but there's so much more. The exterior orange is used as piping for the custom leather seats, a door panel boarder, and the basecoat for the custom flames running throughout the interior. That attention to uniform detail is a true award-winning touch only seen on the best cars. You'll slip behind the custom 'Cuda chrome wheel and see all the information you need, including the large AutoMeter Phantom speedo and tach. This coupe is loaded with power windows, custom cup holders, and ice-cold air conditioning. The AM/FM/CD stereo has a hookup for your iPod to play out of the 1,400-watt subwoofer system, but really your favorite soundtrack will always come from the engine bay.Under the hood is a true beast. This build is custom to the core with the 440 cubic-inch V8 enlarged to 512, and yes, it has the famous triple deuce "six-pack" carburetors. It also includes Bullet roller cam & lifters, ported & polished performance heads, forged crank, and JE pistons. There are a TON more performance components to list (call for all the details) but just know that this is rated at 598 rear wheel horsepower, and the header-fed dual exhaust (with cutouts) lets the world know it! The stout Tremec TKO 600 five-speed manual transmission means you have complete control over this power package. And it all reliably hooks up with the ground via Moser Dana 60 rear end, fortified with Alloy axles and a Detroit locker. But more than just all out performance, this is an overdrive transmission car with power steering and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes. So the motor has been fortified with reliable components like an aluminum radiator and dual speed electric fan. This all means you can reliably cruise this beast all day with the A/C cranked (that's why much of its 12K miles since built was added on the Power Tour!)This was already a rare Mopar before the custom work began, and you'll be shown the factory build sheet, owner's manual, maintenance records, and restoration photos & receipts to prove it all! We've already run out of room to tell you about the ~$200k spent on all the exterior, interior, and drivetrain components that went into this labor of love. So call today for all the details on this one-of-a-kind Mopar that's turnkey ready for roadtrips and award shows!