1970 Plymouth Barracuda 8 cyl. true 440 six pack engine


Description


Professionally built, from its tweaked suspension and Pro Built 440ci Magnum V8 to its interior and Boyd Coddington wheels, this classic Mopar is fast and appealing. Under the car's purple and black hood is a pro-built and fully detailed Magnum 440. A traditional HEMI Shaker hood funnels wind into a giant Demon 4-barrel carburetor that's centered between lightly braided hoses, a liquid-filled Holley pressure gauge and a tall Edelbrock Victor 440 intake. At the sides of that intake, familiar Edelbrock Performer RPM heads hand-polished Mopar Performance valve covers over a big hydraulic roller cam and clean, tong-tube headers. At the front of those headers, an MSD Pro-Billet distributor sequences fire between MSD 6AL box, an MSD Blaster two-coil and red SMD Super Conductor plug wires. In front of those wires, an attractive Billet Specialties Tru Trac system spins a high-performance water pump between a chrome alternator and a chrome air conditioning compressor. In front of that compressor, a Ron Davis radiator sends water past two 13" electric puller fans. Details like a polished power steering tank, a fresh master cylinder and custom-bent transmission lines exchange pro-touring's typical all-business mindset for a well-rounded, show-worthy engine bay.
Clean title, the odometer shows 91,086 miles, no miles on the title like all the old vehicles
8 cyl. true 440 six pack engine with manual 18 spine transmission
Air conditioning, cassette player
An older restoration, done correctly
Runs and drives great
1970 Plymouth Barracuda 8 cyl. true 440 six pack engine
$ 17,800.00
Professionally built, from its tweaked suspension and Pro Built 440ci Magnum V8 to its interior and Boyd Coddington wheels, this classic Mopar is fast and appealing. Under the car's purple and black hood is a pro-built and fully detailed Magnum 440. A traditional HEMI Shaker hood funnels wind into a giant Demon 4-barrel carburetor that's centered between lightly braided hoses, a liquid-filled Holley pressure gauge and a tall Edelbrock Victor 440 intake. At the sides of that intake, familiar Edelbrock Performer RPM heads hand-polished Mopar Performance valve covers over a big hydraulic roller cam and clean, tong-tube headers. At the front of those headers, an MSD Pro-Billet distributor sequences fire between MSD 6AL box, an MSD Blaster two-coil and red SMD Super Conductor plug wires. In front of those wires, an attractive Billet Specialties Tru Trac system spins a high-performance water pump between a chrome alternator and a chrome air conditioning compressor. In front of that compressor, a Ron Davis radiator sends water past two 13" electric puller fans. Details like a polished power steering tank, a fresh master cylinder and custom-bent transmission lines exchange pro-touring's typical all-business mindset for a well-rounded, show-worthy engine bay.
Clean title, the odometer shows 91,086 miles, no miles on the title like all the old vehicles
8 cyl. true 440 six pack engine with manual 18 spine transmission
Air conditioning, cassette player
An older restoration, done correctly
Runs and drives great

Additional information

Make: Plymouth
Model: Barracuda
Type: Coupe
Year: 1970
Doors: 2
Mileage: 91,086
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Black
Vehicle Identification Number: BH23N0E106898
United States, Minnesota, Minneapolis
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