I have heard that there will/is a new reincarnation of the Plymouth Barracuda. Has anyone else heard of this or know this is true?
quoting one of the people who answered named diesel: “the car is a dodge challenger coming out model year 2008 designed around the 1970 dodge challenger. The 1970 Plymouth cuda at first look, looks like the same car that’s probably how you heard about it just a little confusion on the makes.oh by the way it’s a beautiful car looks very very similar to the 1970 challenger”
F.Y.I. people, I am not talking about the Dodge Challenger, and I’m not talking about a mix-up with the Challenger. It is a fine car, but don’t even try to tell me it’s like the ‘Cuda. It has the long hood-short rear deck look that I love, but it’s not similar to the Challenger in my opinion. Just wanted to clear that up.
Answer by SKG R
HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Answer by Snikt
I don’t think the Barracuda is coming back. The new Dodge Challenger has been referred to as the Cuda’s sister car so that might be where some rumors started.
The Nassau is a coupe – pics. at the second website listed below.
I understand the differences between the two vehicles but many people don’t or pretend. After further inquiries there are not plans for a new Barracuda.
Answer by gixx
good question. that would be really cool.with a hemi of course.
they have to keep some resembalance of the old body style.
they have to think it through.look at the GTO that was a flop.
Cherry Hill, NJ (PRWEB) April 2, 2005
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1930 Pierce Arrow Model B Roadster valued at $ 98,000 in excellent condition
1932 Packard Model 900 Roadster valued at $ 45,000 in excellent condition
1939 Lincoln Zephyr Convertible valued at $ 40,000 in excellent condition
1975 Rolls Royce Camarque valued at $ 55,000 in excellent condition
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1947 Ferrari Spider Corsa 166 2-door (personally designed by Ferraris CEO Enzo Ferrari) valued at over $ 1,000,000 in mint condition
1957 Alfa Romeo Super Sprint 1900 2-door coupe valued at $ 35,000 in excellent condition
1964 Maserati Sebring 2-door coupe valued at $ 30,000 in excellent condition
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1959 Cadillac Series 63 2-door Coupe Deville valued at $ 25,000 in fine condition
1956 Packard Caribbean valued at $ 68,000 in excellent condition
1948 Delahaye 135M/135MS valued at $ 275,000 in average condition
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1957 Mercedes-Benz Gullwing valued at $ 375,000 in excellent condition
Chrysler 300 “Letter” cars ranging in value from $ 25,500 to $ 90,000 in mint condition
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1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Mustang is valued at $ 120,000 in excellent condition
1970-1971 Plymouth Barracuda Cuda convertible 426 Hemi is worth $ 1.5 to 1.7 million in excellent condition
1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS454 convertible is worth $ 300,000 in excellent condition
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