It is no doubt that the 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda is one of the most sought after muscle cars back in the day and even more nowadays. The muscular Barracuda Sport Coupe offered an $872 option to upgrade to the Hemi, the original sticker price in 1970 was $3,164. The Cuda come with a stock a 383, 385 horsepower V-8 engine but that wasn’t enough for many. Today the cars will sell upwards of $160,000- $360,000 and up. A lucky collector from the east coast has the first ragtop that came off the assembly line, estimators have put a hefty 5 million dollar market value on the car.
Back in the day you drove the car off the lot and around the block showing it off but today it's collectors usually contact a car shipping service to bring it from car show to show, consistently winning trophies. The 426 cubic inch engine produced 425 horsepower at 5000 RPM and 490 foot pounds of torque at 4000 RPM.
Thanks / Credit to: Jason Mueller, for writing and sending in this post!