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1 5 Direct dealer order form, 1 5 Documentation, 12 Dodge Challenger 1970, 1720 Body sheet metal and trim, 2428 Body styling, 1 7 Exterior colors, 20 Interior, 3336 1971,5961 Body sheet metal and trim, 6368 Body styling, 69 Engines, 61 Exterior colors, 61 Interior, 7175 19721974,8992 Body sheet metal and trim, 9498 Body styling, 89 Engine, 90, 91 Exterior colors, 9092 Interior, 105111 Dodge Scat Pack, 17 Drive line 1970,5155 1971,8387 19721974, 121127 Engine the quarter mile at a speed of 100 miles per hour, the traditional benchmark for a production muscle car. In 1970, Dodge and Plymouth offered three horsepower versions of the 383 in their Ebody cars: 290, 330, and 335. Available as an option only on the Plymouth Barracuda, the

Gran.Coupe, and the Dodge Challenger (but not the R/T) was the 290horsepower version. Chrysler engineers equipped this 383 engine with a two barrel carburetor and set the compression ratio at a low The 340 version used the same 275bhp rated engine offered in 1968, while the 'Cuda 383 was powered by the 330bhp version of the 383 engine found on the options list of its larger stable mates like the Satellite and Fury. The extra 0 horses were mainly due to a hotter camshaft. If that wasn't enough power, in April of 1969 Plymouth released a midyear model 'Cuda 0. Using the 2door hardtop platform, Chrysler engineers shoehorned the bigblock engine into the Barracuda's tight The blistered hood on a 1974 'Cuda meant

that.a 360ci engine was underneath. If a 1 974 Barracuda sported a smooth hood, then the vehicle had a 31 8ci engine installed. Hood pins and wild graphics were a thing of the past. The 360ci engine was lifted from the large passenger vehicles in the Chrysler catalog. This power plant replaced the 340 engine due to the 360 being easier to certify for emission regulations. Rated at 245 horsepower, the engine could drag a 'Cuda up to 1 1 Some change occurred on the 1971 Barracuda. The front grille was restyled. Four headlights were used and the center area had six rectangular grille openings, commonly referred to as the cheesegrater grille. The taillight panel got redesigned taillights using separate housings for brake and turn

signal.lights and back up lights. 'Cuda models got front fender air extractors and a large "billboard" rear quarter panel and door tape treatment in black or white. The 440 ci 4V engine was In 1 970 the Barracuda name was transferred to a new Ebody coupe that shared its heritage with the Dodge Challenger. The new cars were a rather late response to the ponycar wave the Ford Mustang had started, but were capable performers, as exemplified by the AAR 'Cuda shown here. The Duster assumed the role in the In 1969 Plymouth created even more identifiable models around the performance engines, the 'Cuda 340 and 'Cuda 383. The 'Cuda name was a natural, Well aware of GrandSpaulding's shenanigans, Chrysler

officials.opted to pick up were Norm Kraus' people left off. New for 1969 was the 440 Engine Conversion Package, available for both Dodge's Dart and Plymouth's Barracuda. The option code in either case was A13, and the price was $363.65 for Dart GTS customers, $344.75 for their pony car counterparts. Plymouth introduced its 440 'Cuda in April 1969, purposefully flopping the term to emiles per hourasize the big engine over Dennis Adler. e AAR 'Cuda, like this one from the Tim Callihan collection, was the wildest looking and best handling 'Cuda produced. It was only offered in 70 and was powered by a 340cubicinch V8 with three Holly twobarrel carbs on an Edelbrock aluminum intake manifold. The same engine s used

in.the companion Dodge Challenger T/A, but was not available on any other Dodge or Plymouth model.Dodge referred to the powertrain as the “275 Horse Power Dart Drag Package” and placed it in the 1966 Dart GT resulting in the DDart intended to compete with 289 Mustangs at the drag strip. lift (in/ex) 0.445/0.455 0.430/0.445 0.430/0.445 The 340 6bbl, a special performance version of the 340 engine, was only available as part of the optional Trans Am Package with the 1970 Plymouth AAR Cuda and 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A. A 1971 Challenger T/A was briefly advertised, “The new AAR 'Cuda is every inch a hot rod.” Having a car in the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) TransAmerican sedan racing series was a must for the Detroit

purveyors.of pony cars in 1970. There were factorybacked efforts from American Motors, Ford, Dodge and Plymouth. Chevrolet and Pontiac had backdoor programs. Open Plymouth and Dodge participation was new. It came together because there were new Plymouth Barracuda and Dodge Challenger designs and 

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