- Built in relatively small numbers and an eminently collectable example - Subject of a relatively-recent four-year restoration costing $40,000 - Edelbrock 4-barrel carburettor; and new headlining, seats and carpets The instant success of Ford's Mustang led to it being credited with the foundation of the so-called 'pony car' niche, obscuring the fact that the rival Plymouth Barracuda had reached the market two weeks earlier. It's true to say that the first generation Barracuda lacked the originality of its Ford rival but, happily, the second one was a very different kettle of fish, and featured stylishly-redesigned bodywork unique to the model. Built in relatively small numbers, this version is now eminently collectable. Imported from Canada, the handsome example now offered was the subject of a relatively-recent four-year restoration costing $40,000, which included: engine overhaul; the installation of an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburettor; and new headlining, seats and carpets. The vendor now grades the Fastback bodywork, Red paintwork and 4.5-litre V8 engine as 'excellent', and the Ivory-coloured interior and automatic transmission as 'very good'. The Barracuda comes with photograph
Roadrunner SR2 Chassis number 003. 1.8 Mazda MX5 engine with Rotrex supercharger 205cv Completely renewed and mapped by Roadrunner Factory at the end of 2014 and never used since. Digidash Stack gauges: supercharged pressure, oil pressure, oil and water temp Fully adjustable shocks New tyres all around LSD Short shifter. These cars was paid £ 16500 one year ago at the Road Runner Factory. Since than more than £ 3000 of works were done. And it has been barely used.
(SOLD) This is one of the nicest looking and performing 1970 V8 ‘Cuda Convertibles in the country, finished in its factory color of Plum Crazy Purple! This vehicle has endured a complete rotisserie restoration to a Show/Driver level. Every nut and bolt has been gone over and detailed. Performance upgrades of a 440 6-Pack with a correct shaker hood setup. It shifts on the center console. The paint, interior and all other trim options are factory original, including air conditioning. It features a correct steering wheel and leather upholstery in the back seat, which was a factory option. The undercarriage, interior, and exterior of the vehicle has been restored to a high quality Show/Driver level. Less than 200 miles since the rotisserie restoration. This restoration was fully documented and compiled into a DVD to accompany the car. A fast high performance car with head-turning style that is sure to enhance any collection!
Perhaps the most famous of all the Amercian muscle cars, the Road Runner...