In a recent post about a Sox and Martin Barracuda that was for sale, I noted that since they only produced about 50 and that “these cars do not become available very often”. OK, I was wrong. While it doesn’t have the provenance of the Sox and Martin car, this non-numbers matching, Ray Barton built Hemi Barracuda is still one to lust after. See the details at Hemmings. More pics after the jump!
Nice to see these older B-bodies getting some respect! More pics after the jump!
This widebody 1968 Dodge Charger is a work in progress but we can tell it’s gonna be amazing. Twin turbo Nelson Racing 572ci Hemi rated at 2,000 hp! We will keep you posted on the build. But for now, check out the rest of the pics after the jump!
This 1969 Plymouth Valiant is my favorite Mopar at SEMA this year. I dig the “natural junkyard patina.” It features a modern 6.4 liter Hemi and a Tremec 6-speed transmission. More pics after the jump!
This is one sick GTX! A 530 Hemi with a 12-71 blower, 727 with a trans brake, reverse shift manual valve body, 1200hp with 1050 fp of torque, a full custom chassis, tubbed motorized flip up front end with a reported $250,000 invested. Sounds like one heck of a deal at $53,000! See it on eBay. More pics after the jump!
This orange Super Bee was built on October 31, 1968. How cool is that? More Halloween Mopars at Moparts!