This 1971 Plymouth ViperCuda, which as the name suggests, is powered by a V10 engine sourced from the modern day Dodge Viper. But there’s more than meets the eye to this creation that started life as a four-seater 1971 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible with a 318 cu.in. (5.2-liter V8) engine.
The comprehensive conversion was performed by Time Machines from Hudson, Florida, which begun by acquiring the intact chassis and V10 engine from a wrecked 2001 Viper with 23,000-miles on the odo.
As part of the conversion, they also removed the rear seat bench and created a custom interior.
The 450-horsepower V10 is linked to the Viper’s 6-speed manual transmission, while the drop-top ‘Cuda even rides on stock Viper SRT 6-lug wheels, size 18 inches in the front and 19 inches in the rear, shod in 275/35/18 front and 335/30/19 rear Michelin Pilots tires.
The good thing about the Plymouth ViperCuda is that the car is ready to roll, the bad is that it has a “Buy it Now” price on eBay of $179,900…