This 1971 Plymouth Barracuda is one fine looking beast.
Since the 1930’s, four generations of the Manns family have been fixing cars in the same small town of Festus, Missouri. These are craftsmen that have the ability to turn rust into reborn. To take a tetanus inducing deathtrap into a show stopping tire burner with all the amenities of a modern day vehicle. Manns Restoration is one of those shops that can take an idea crudely drawn on paper and deliver a final product beyond all expectations time and again.
I thought you might like a look at this custom 1971 Plymouth Barracuda from Manns Restoration.
Everything about this car is over the top. This beast is pumping out north of 600 HP. All that power is being funneled through a TR6060 Six-speed manual, back to a Dana 60 Rear. It’s equipped with MagnumForce suspension, Billet Specialties aluminum wheels, and Wilwood disc brakes all the way around.
This thing has so many custom features, that is would be difficult to list them all here. It has a custom see through hood with similar styling to the original shaker hood scoop, carbon fiber accents, full custom interior, L.E.D. lighting, aftermarket gauges, custom stereo, etc. As you can see in the video, the paint is smooth like glass and the car is just as clean underneath as it is on top.
Check out this smokin’ hot muscle car recently awarded with Builder’s Choice at Goodguys Lone Star Nationals in Texas.