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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=12217
Submitted by: Low-Tech Redneck
Comments: 9  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 10-05-2002
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Technicaly, the Barracuda was the first pony car, beating the Mustang to market by two weeks, though somewhat eclipsed by the Stang' and the Camaro/Firebird, no one overlooked it when it got a Hemi in it..... or a nuclear accident green paintjob.....


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#1
10-05-2002 @ 07:38:56 PM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
Sublime.... drool drool.........

#2
10-05-2002 @ 11:53:06 PM
Posted By : blackcat77 Reply | Edit | Del
The original Cuda was a Valiant with a fastback -- it was ugly, heavy and slow. The Mustang was an all-new design and really caught the public's attention.

But I **love** the '70 Cudas. Between them and the '68 Javelin, I don't know which is my favourite, but I'd be delighted to own either one of them...


#3
10-06-2002 @ 12:32:47 AM
Posted By : Sonicman Reply | Edit | Del
how do you define a pony car?

#4
10-30-2002 @ 10:56:59 PM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
#3, The late 60's muscle cars are offten called "pony cars" if they were based off a midsized car chassis like the Baraccuda or the Camaro, small in size, but havigng 2+2 seating, a larger car, like the Chargers and Super Bees wouldn't be considered pony cars because they were boats by comparison

#5
12-13-2002 @ 11:57:05 PM
Posted By : Obsidian Reply | Edit | Del
in other words - midsized cars with big engines (one step down from the road boats with bigger engines)

#6
8-19-2003 @ 10:32:55 AM
Posted By : OldSchoolSpeed Reply | Edit | Del
i would love to wake up every morning, go out to the driveway, and decide which beast i was going to drive that day. this is one lucky guy.

#7
9-10-2003 @ 01:30:16 PM
Posted By : StillRuns Reply | Edit | Del
2 identical cars in the same driveway. What kind of sicko are they??!! Hehe

#8
9-10-2003 @ 02:55:18 PM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
A damn lucky sicko.

#9
10-29-2004 @ 07:47:14 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#2, Actually the original Barracuda was quite light, and no slower than the original Mustang. Also, the Mustang wasn't "all new", it was a Ford Falcon underneath.

As for the pic, note that while the orange car is a Barracuda turned into a quasi-Cuda clone, the green one appears to be a legit Cuda.


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