511 CI Hemi engine, Original Sublime Green car, Rated at 700 HP, Aluminum heads, Dual Holley Sniper fuel injection, Powder coated Black serpentine belt system, Tremec 5-speed manual transmission, Pistol Grip shifter, Power steering, Reverse lights, Dana 60 Moser rear end, Classic stereo with Bluetooth, Shaker hood with Hemi emblems, Air conditioning, New factory-style tinted glass, Large tube headers and stainless steel exhaust, Dakota Digital Rallye gauges, tilt-telescopic steering wheel, Hemi hockey stripes, Color matched mirrors, Center console, New interior, New seatbelts, 15 inch Rallye wheels, Detailed trunk with spare and jack
While there are some Hemi cars restored to exacting-original status out there, this Plymouth is not one of them. The 1970 Barracuda seen here has been set up for street and show enjoyment; itís an OEM-appearing, big-cubic-inch ride with air conditioning and driveline changes. Coming off the assembly line in the same outrageous FJ5 Sublime Green color it now wears, this E-body is now packing a 511 CI Hemi engine built by Jeff Shmanske, a California-based Hemi specialist. Rated at 700 HP, this beast has aluminum heads, Holley Sniper fuel injection, Shaker hood scoop with Hemi emblems, large-tube headers feeding stainless steel exhaust, and a black powder-coated serpentine belt system. Behind this now resides a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission and a Dana 60-type Moser rear end with bare-metal cover.
The body has a stock height and stance that looks stunning with its hot paint, matched black Hemi hockey stripes and vinyl top, new factory-style tinted glass, and color-matched mirrors. The interior is new as well, featuring a console-mounted Pistol Grip shifter, Classic stereo with Bluetooth, air conditioning, Dakota Rallye digital gauges, and fresh seat belts. Outside are hood pins, valance-exit exhaust tips, reverse lights, 15-inch Rallye wheels and a set of Cooper Cobra raised white-letter radials. Even the trunk is detailed, coming with a spare and jack. If the goal is to catch only some OEM restoration, this fish may not be the one; however, for those who want one that looks stock but is hotter than hot, this Hemi-upgraded Mopar is set up to move.