Meet the Viper-Cuda [Video] [Photo Gallery]
At first glance you will thinks it’s just a normal restored third generation drop-top Plymouth Barracuda, but when you come closer and see the snake head on its side, and especially if you hear it revving, you will notice that it’s something strange about this piece of machinery...
And it is, because the Cuda E-type body is mounted on a complete Viper chassis. A 2001 Dodge Viper was sacrificed in order to make this stunning snake-fish abomination. The power comes from a massive 8-liter V10 Viper that can generate 450 bhp. It also has an independent 4-wheel suspension system, so it will go nice around the corners.
More interesting facts come along with this custom car. You will notice that the Barracuda is now a two-seater like the Viper and its hood opens by tilting forward, unlike the original backward tilting one. The interior hints at the 2001 Viper too, having a custom dashboard, the steering wheel, seats and the gauges from the V10 snake.
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