Starting with a cameo role in Fast & Furious 6, this Cuda went on
to a bigger role in Furious 7 as the "hero car." It's the only
surviving Cuda from the film. It's a 1973 Barracuda with a make-up
job to look like a '70 AAR, and it's actually a great hot rod. The
318 Mopar motor is fed by an Edelbrock 4-barrel and Weiand intake.
Whatever the studio did, the car sounds like it has a thousand
horsepower! The pistol-grip handle operates a B&M ratchet
shifter. The car comes with posters and other documentation showing
that it's a genuine movie star, so here are some words from the
Hollywood publicists. "[The Cuda] sets the tone for more Mopar fun
for "Furious" future. Featured in glossy black with matte gray rear
spoiler, AAR striping in matte gray and body-color painted bumpers,
the car exudes absolute terror on wheels." ********** DISCLAIMER
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We have more than 200 vehicles in our collection and have sold
dozens nationwide and even overseas. We recommend that all buyers
who are unable to view a vehicle in person have a pre-purchase
inspection done prior to purchase. Inspections can be performed by
an independent party selected by the buyer. Due to the age and
uniqueness of these special vehicles, it is difficult to cover all
aspects and characteristics of each vehicle?s condition within the
limited space available. Thus, pre-purchase inspections are helpful
to all parties involved. The information provided for this vehicle
is presented to the best of our knowledge, and is deemed reliable.
But MAXmotive does not warrant or guarantee this information as a
basis for purchase. It is the responsibility of the buyer to make a
thorough inspection to determine the suitability of the vehicle
prior to purchase. **********
1973 Plymouth Barracuda
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