There aren't many cars that inspire car-related lust like the Plymouth Barracuda. In the muscle car era, 1970 was the biggest year of all. This particular 1970 Plymouth Barracuda is a great example; sporting a beautiful Alpine white exterior finish, a built 383 big block motor, and an extremely clean undercarriage that proves this was a full rotisserie nut and bolt restoration.
The body lines and paint finish are top notch and nicely done. You can tell someone spent a lot of time and money restoring this car. The white paint paired with a black vinyl top and black vinyl interior is a great combo. The interior is nicely restored with all new carpet, seat covers, headliner and a nicely reconditioned console and dashboard. The interior overall is very comfortable, all the gauges work and even the seat belt idiot light works too!
Under the hood is a strong running 383 big block with a new 4-barrel Edelbrock carburetor and intake manifold. The motor runs smooth, puts down some nice torque, and does not leak! The suspension and undercarriage are fully rebuilt with all new rubber and body mounts. Overall this is a top-notch restored Barracuda with a great muscle car look and all the right features.