"I sort of wanted a Barracuda, but a 1970 Cuda was out of the question. This car was neat since you don't see too many of them around these days."--Jerry Hand

Mopar Power

  • Engine: The motor is a 1970s-era 360, worked with a Comp Cams hydraulic bumpstick, Edelbrock intake/carburetor outfit, electronic ignition, headers, and dress up parts.
  • Transmission: Rebuilt 904 TorqueFlite with reverse valve body
  • Differential: 8¾ with 3.23 gear and Sure Grip.
  • Horsepower and Performance: Conservative estimate is about 350 off the crank.

Sure Grip

  • Suspension: Stock with air shocks
  • Brakes: Rebuilt stock drums
  • Wheels: Factory 14-inch Rallye road wheels.

High Impact

  • Body: The body work was already done when Jerry bought it.
  • Paint: Paint is a Red hue accented by a racing stripe over the top.
  • Interior: The front buckets are now spaced by an aftermarket shifter by B&M. The original dash panel has been replaced, and is now full of Equis gauges to monitor the vital signs.
  • Best Performance: Show awards, including the first-ever Ronnie Sox Memorial Cup.