I wasn’t able to speak to the owner of this ‘Cuda set up for the drag strip, so I don’t know if under that hood scoop is a 426 Hemi or a 440 CI with six or eight barrels of carburetion, but it’s an exceptionally clean car. It’s clearly got business in mind without any fluff, from the steel wheels with dog dish hubcaps, to the full roll cage to the hood mounted tachometer. Barracudas, particularly the last generation, are among the most collectible and valuable muscle car era cars. I think it’s admirable that the owner of this car still races, using it for what it was designed to do.
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