1970 Plymouth Barracuda

Check Out These Five Cool Cop Cars Sold At The Great Texas Mopar Auction

Check Out These Five Cool Cop Cars Sold At The Great Texas Mopar Auction

Mopar cars are a significant part of American automotive history. Originally introduced in 1937, Chrysler corp intended for the term Mopar to headline its new catalog of parts and accessories. Mopar became a term synonymous with the once-great Chrysler brand. This meant that subsidiaries like Plymouth, Dodge, DeSoto, Ram, Chrysler, and Imperial all had Mopar …

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California Highway Patrol plans to disassemble Kevin Hart’s 1970 Plymouth Barracuda

California Highway Patrol plans to disassemble Kevin Hart’s 1970 Plymouth Barracuda

The California Highway Patrol reportedly plans to completely disassemble comedian Kevin Hart’s 1970 Plymouth Barracuda in order to see if new safety laws for restored classic cars are needed. Hart, who was in the passenger seat, and driver Jared Black were severely injured in the single-car rollover crash on September 1 near Calabasas, California. Now, …

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10 American Muscle Cars Worth Every Penny

10 American Muscle Cars Worth Every Penny

The term American muscle car was first used in a magazine by automotive journalist Brock Yates, as he attempted to applaud the qualities of the 1964’s car of the year, the Pontiac GTO. Various US-based marquees fiercely competed with the premise of shoehorning oversized engines into lightweight rear-wheel-drive cars derived from hot rod culture and …

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5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Forget About Plymouth

We need little help remembering why we think brands like Ford, Chevrolet, and Dodge made/make cool cars. The main reason being these carmakers have remained relevant all these years. However, not all companies managed to stay relevant despite being responsible for some of the coolest cars in the world. Plymouth is one such company that …

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This Is What A 1965 Plymouth Barracuda Costs Today

Fans of pony cars will know about the Plymouth Barracuda models. The first to hit the market was the 1964 model, which took inspiration from the Chrysler A-body. This model was in production until 1966 when the Barracuda went into production with a completely different design and various trims, including fastback, notchback, and convertible versions. …

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This is the 700-HP Custom Involved in the Kevin Hart Barracuda Crash

On Sunday, September 1, just before 1 am (PST), multiple reports came out about Kevin Hart being involved in a car accident. The driver, Jared Black, lost control of Hart’s 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda while driving with Hart and Black’s fiancé, Rebecca Broxterman, in the back seat. The car plowed through a wooden fence and careened …

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15 Surprising Facts About Kevin Hart’s Long-Gone Plymouth Hemi’ Cuda

For those who don’t know, Kevin Hart had owned a super stylish and popular Plymouth Hemi Cuda. The 1970 model, to be precise. While Hart is appreciated for his various acts, fans and critics couldn’t help but admire the actor’s taste of automobiles! When Hart got in a crash along with his Plymouth, the entertainment …

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This Is What Makes The Plymouth Barracuda A Legendary Muscle Car

The Plymouth Barracuda holds a special place in the history of American automobiles. When introduced on the 1st of April, 1964 it was the first-ever pony car to hit the market, beating the Ford Mustang by 16 days. This single distinction is enough to secure the Barracuda a place in history all on its own, …

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This Is What Made The 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird So Awesome

The Plymouth Superbird was a famous 2-door race car with a stellar resume. The iconic hot rod was based on the firm’s critically acclaimed mid-size sedan, the Plymouth Roadrunner, but in addition, it featured a host of tasteful upgrades that helped it conquer the NASCAR circuit with authority. The Superbird incorporated several design cues from …

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