Here is one you don't see everyday, a four-cylinder-Hemi-powered 1969 Barracuda. Take a closer look at the specs and this 180 cu. in. 4 can pump out a claimed 1300 hp and rev to 12000 rpm. We believe those specs because it looks like a half of a Mopar V8 (180 is half of 360) force fed by some wicked turbochargers. This land speed car, built by Troy Trepanier of Rad Rides, is set to run at Bonneville in 2006. This is quite an impressive piece of machinery and another feather in Troy Trepanier's hat. We can't wait to see it when it's done. You can check out more pictures at the jump and at the Rad Rides site.

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Blowfish Cuda

Blowfish Cuda

 

Blowfish Cuda



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