This Immaculate 1971 Hemi Cuda Says There’s No School like Old School
While Dodge, Ford, and Chevrolet carry the American muscle car torch forward with new versions of their iconic coupes, automotive enthusiasts can’t help but miss the long-lost car brands that once brought us symbols of power.
Among the front-engine, rear-wheel drive monsters of the 1960s and ‘70s, Plymouth’s Barracuda reigned supreme. In particular, the third generation, which shared its platform with the Dodge Challenger, created a cult following that has only grown over the years. In fact, the Hemi Cuda is the most valuable muscle car of all time.
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