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The Third Generation (1970-71) The '70 Barracuda was built on Chrysler's popular E-body, which was wider and more compact than the B platform. It shared this distinction with the Challenger, though, in most other ways the two vehicles were unique. Options packages for the 1970 Barracuda included a base unit, a more luxurious Gran Coupe, and the 'Cuda Sport. Styles were limited to a two-door notch back and a convertible. The third generation had a 108” wheelbase, was 74.9”wide, rose 50.9” high, and stretched 108” long. The '70 and '71 base and Gran Coupe models included buyer's choice of two different six-cylinder engines, a 198 cu. in. version and a 225 cu. in. unit. Plymouth also offered three V8 options: A 318 cu. in. model, a 383 cu. in. model with a two barrel carb, and a 383 cu. in. model with four-barrel carb and dual exhaust that turned out 330 horses. The 'Cuda Sport had a 383 cu. in. 335-horsepower engine standard, with optional 426 cu. in.Hemi and 440 cu. in. Super Commando packages available as well. The latter two offered both four-barrel and six-barrel carburetors. Horsepower ranged from 335 horsepower in the 383 to 425 horsepower in the 426 cu. in. engine. The 440 cu. SIX PACK produced 390 horse power. Performance options included the Drag Pack, which included a heavy duty Dana 60 positraction rear end. Transmission choices for the third-generation included both three and four speed manuals and a three-speed TorqueFlite automatic.
This GORGEOUS FE5 RED Cuda Received A Complete Restoration In Early 2000's And Freshened Up In the 2010's Of A ROCK SOLID Rust Free Body, Appear To Be Original Panels With No Patchwork Visible, Complete Restoration Included Of Suspension And Drive Train Rebuild.
Interior Appears To Be All Original With A Nice Clean Crack Free Dash Pad.
Fantastic Underside With Paint Markings
Secondary VIN Is Visible On Cowl, Matching To VIN Tag And Trim Tag.
Recent Service Includes New Tires, Steering Gear Box And Alternator.
Here Is A Sampling Of This Amazing "V" Code Car!
Fantastic Running And Sounding MOPAR 440 HP - 6 Pack 390 HP, Block Casting # 2536430, Dated 8-11-69, Not Correct VIN But Correct Dates.
Triple Holley 2 Barrel Carburetors
N96 SHAKER Hood With Fresh Air Cleaner Setup
D21 A833 4 Speed manual Transmission With The Legendary PISTOL GRIP Hurst Shifter, Vehicle VIN Visible With Stamping Date Of 3023 = November 6, 1969
A33 Track Pack Rear End, With 3.54 Positraction DANA 60, 9.75" Dated 10-13-1969
A22 Rubber Bumper Front And Rear Package, Only Available On Red Cars (FE5)
A62 Rallye Instrumentation Fully Restored With Working Clock And Tachometer
A01 Light Package
C62 Drivers 6 Way Adjustable Bucket Seat
J45 Hood Tie Down Pins
L31 Turn Signal Lites Mounted On Fenders
G36 Body Color Sport Mirrors, Drivers Remote
N41 Dual Exhaust System, With Mufflers And Resonators And Shields In-place
N42 Bright Exhaust Tips
R22 AM Radio With Factory 8 Track Tape Player
Dated Coded Seat Belts
Variable Speed Wipers With Wiper Motor Restored And Dated 2939 = August 14, 1969
Manual Disc Brakes Front And Heavy Duty Drum Brakes At Rear
Heavy Duty Power Steering With New Gear Box.
Newer Dual Exhaust With Resonators And Mufflers
Gorgeous FE5 Red Paint Work Over Solid Rust Free Body
Beautiful Full Black Vinyl Top
Gorgeous Black Bucket Seats With Very Nice Panels And Dash Pad
Fantastic Chrome And Stainless Steel Trim
Excellent Body Lines, Doors Shut Smooth And Tight
V6X Black "440" Side Vinyl Sport Stripes
Rolling On New BFG Radial Tires On Mopar Rally Wheels
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This is a consignment vehicle and the information above was provided by the current owner. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of the above information. However, please understand as with all pre-owned automobiles, the described condition is subjective . .
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