By Dave Ashton
This 1970 Rapid Transit System Plymouth Barracuda is a great example of a historical muscle car hitting the light of day after 40 years in storage. While the paint job and front grille are let’s say, very particular to the early 1970s, the heritage of this car stands for itself.
The car belongs to Chuck Miller, who designed the car for the rapid transit tour which toured America in 1970. The VIN number says the Cuda was originally a six pack, but with so many details about the vehicle, it’s best to watch the full video to gain the full story behind this landmark Cuda.
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