The beneficiary of a spotless, ground-up restoration, this killer 'Cuda wraps hot Black and Limelight aesthetics around a custom suspension, five forward gears and 400 Hemi-sourced, rear-wheel horsepower. If you like your MoPars mildly modernized but pure in spirit, step right up and take a look at your new muscle car! This E-Body's thorough restoration began when its solid fuselage was meticulously stripped, lightly massaged and carefully coated in correct Limelight 2-stage. Once cured, that urethane was detailed with flamed war paint, purple pin stripes and appropriate “6.1 HEMI” callouts. And, with everything fresh and ready to roll, the car was buffed to a clean and substantial presence. For power, the builder tapped Chrysler's resurrected Hemi V8. Measuring exactly 6.1 liters, the car's nouveaux elephant utilizes a bored and stroked block, and CNC-ported and polished heads to twist 400 rear-wheel horsepower into 426 lb./ft. of rear-wheel torque. That smooth-revving mill is hooked to a Keisler-supplied Tremec TKO 600 5-speed, which stacks a proven McLeod clutch in front of a polished driveshaft. Not surprisingly, the car's old-school torsion bars have been replaced by a polished RMS AlterKtion front-half. Out back, Heidts Superide technology plays well with the car's polished 9-inch rear end. Naturally, that pavement-ripping suspension is augmented by first-class Wilwood braking. An intimidating engine note comes courtesy of 3-inch exhaust, which follows an X-shaped crossover with beefy Magnaflow mufflers. And power flows through American Racing Torq Thrust IIs, which spin 245/45ZR17 Nitto NT555 Extreme ZRs in front of 295/45ZR18 Nitto NT555 Extreme ZRs. With its 400 horsepower Hemi, a tough, row-it-yourself gearbox and absolutely outrageous aesthetics, this 'Cuda is an impressive build that's sure to please anyone who enjoys grabbing gears and sliding sideways. If that sounds like your idea of fun, call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!