Barracuda was a two-door coupe/convertible sports car manufactured by the Plymouth division of the Chrysler Corporation from 1964 through 1974. Now, after more than 30 years, Chrysler intends to bring this muscle car back into production.

The new Barracuda will be based on the upcoming Dodge Challenger. Some of the features of the original model would carry over such as the signature ’72 six-aperture grille, shaker hood and low driving lights.

Single round headlights are more characteristic of the ’70 Cuda, with Gatling gun LED design similar to those seen on the Challenger concept. Wheels from the Chrysler SRT8 complete the look and are more indicative of the badge that the new Cuda would now call home.

Source: DetNews

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  (462) posted on 05.25.2010

Well, that’s good news for Cuda fans. Would it include the 6.1L Hemi, or even the new 392 Hemi engines as well?

  (18) posted on 04.28.2007

Yeah ,Yeah Its about time they bring back this Cuda back to Production.
I can’t wait for more news about this Cuda.

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