Restos


cudaorange
This 1970 Cuda is an impeccable car and as new as it gets – 0 miles.  It was ordered by a Plymouth Dealer in Illinois in 1970 as a base model Barracuda. The dealer modified it into a drag race car. The car was formerly a super stock/D NHRA race car but in later years it ran bracket racing in Division 3 NHRA out of Illinois. It was just restored back to an SS/D car with all the 1970 NHRA rule book specs. It has a deleted radio, heater and no dome light. The rear side windows do not roll down. It has a 3-point lakewood roll bar. The 426ci Hemi formerly was built for super stock in 1967 with 13 to 1 pistons. The motor now has SS/D specs. It is decked and balanced and has a Kellog crank shaft. The intake is an Edelbrock Rat Roster and the carbs are Racing Carter AFBs 750cfm each. The body is mini tubbed. The Dana 60 is stock with 4:88 gears with a locker. The 4-speed transmission is Hemi with trick Syncros and a Hurst Super Shifter with a reverse lock out. There is a line lock in the car and it has front drum brakes. The car has a Hemi K-frame with a solid motor mount on the left side, racing torsion bars, 6 cyclinder type, cable drive tach and rev eliminator. The Mopar battery is in the trunk on the right side for ballast. There are super stock springs on the rear with a Sox and Martin pinion snubber. 


sold
This resto 1970 Baracuda is a period-correct tribute car. We did a rotisserie restoration on this classic black Cuda (paint code TX9). It sports bucket seats with a console,  Dana 60 rear end, power steering and manual front disk brakes. 426 Hemi, Hemi 4-speed, full tinted  factory glass and factory gauges, The car has a Hemi K-frame, and tourque boxes. The car has period correct tires and rims, Shaker hood and fog lights.  


 

SOLD-chevelle

When sold, this 1969 Chevelle resto had just won “Best Street Muscle Car” at Frank Maratta’s Auto Show at it’s first debut in February 2015. It had 7/10 miles from 100% total restoration.  Contact me if you are interested in acquiring or getting work done on an American muscle car.