Custom restoration by Dave Rae of DB Restorations and DT Classic
Auto. This rotisserie restoration has all-new metal frame rails,
new quarter-panels and a detailed firewall. Painted in Valspar Jet
Black paint, cut and buffed with AAR 'Cuda striping and an
original-style AAR fiberglass hood with AAR details. All-new smoked
glass and window rollers; custom interior. Powered by a 485hp 392ci
V8 generation III HEMI 6.4-liter crate engine from Roseville
Moparts. The steering was upgraded with a Borgeson power steering
conversion box with a Bergman Auto Craft custom-built HEMI power
steering pump. The engine is cooled by an Icebox Performance
custom-built radiator with dual SPAL electric fans. The car is
driven by a 4L60E automatic transmission with Silver Sport
Transmission speed kit, Moser Engineering high-performance
8.75-inch rear differential third member with 3.55 Auburn
Sure-Grip. The Plymouth features a RideTech RidePro X Level II
air-suspension system with Shockwave shocks, RideTech front tubular
upper Strongarm control arms, QA1 tubular lower control arms with
heavy-duty front sway bar, Hotchkis heavy-duty Mopar torsion bars,
RideTech rear HQ series Shockwave shocks and bolt-on 4-link
suspension system. The custom also includes Wilwood 4-piston disc
brakes with cross-drilled 12-inch rotors front and rear, Year One
custom-built 17-inch cast aluminum Rally wheels and Continental
Extreme Contact 255/45 ZR17 tires. Upgraded with a Classic Auto Air
air-conditioning system and fitted with an accurate-style AAR
1970 Plymouth Barracuda
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