6. 1970 Plymouth Hemicuda
An assortment of 6 to 8-cylinder motors had operated the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, however the top dog of the litter was equipped with 425 horsepower that came from the dual carburetor and 426 cubic inch Hemi. The Hemi ‘Cuda was undeniably capable of going head-to-head with the top-tier muscle cars of the era. In accordance with HowStuffWorks.com, the carmaker presented its cars with a suspension that was customized to heavy-metal speed. The Valiant was the bases for the Barracuda in the first place. But with the redesigning of the 1970, the Barracuda was at last repositioned away from the design of the Valiant. Today the Hemi ‘Cudas is extremely prized as Plymouth had only produced limited quantities of them. The buying cost was boosted by the Hemi V-8 motor opting. It had a shaker hood that featured an air intake that was mounted on top of the motor’s air cleaner which protruded through the hood from a hole that was traditionally on the Hemi ‘Cuda.