Sheathed in the aerodynamic Plymouth Barracuda body, this car was powered by the famous 426 HEMI engine. 1971 was the last year that the engine was available and survivors today often sell for amounts reaching into six figures at car auctions. This lightweight machine was transformed into a ground-pounding street machine when powered by the 426-cubic-inch “Elephant Motor.”
4-speed transmission is equipped with a pistol grip shifter, heavy-duty springs and suspension, and oversize performance tires mounted on special Ralleye Wheels. “Air grabber” air scoop on the hood, distinctive “HEMI” side stripes, and a rear spoiler; powerful 426 Hemi engine. Rear wing and rear window louvers. Waterslide decals with Hemi graphics. Molded in white and clear with plated parts and black vinyl tires. Requires paint and glue (not included).
Skill Level: 2