Here is a 1970 Plymouth 426 HEMi Cuda Convertible in Rallye Red that is the first one to ever built out of only fourteen in 1970. Very rare and special car for many reasons. As you probably know in the 70′ the Barracuda came out with a new and very distinctive design – the E-body.  The major change was the increased sized of the engine bay, which allowed the Cudas to have the biggest Chrysler engine back then. Of course when you pop up the hood of this particular Mopar that’s what you will find – the 426 HEMI V8 engine that produces 425 horse power and 490 ft/lbs torque. Check out the video for the whole story of this incredible muscle car. Watch, Enjoy & Share!