Viper Powered Plymouth Barracuda

Are you looking for a vintage looking American convertible, but also in need for the performance of a modern-day supercar? Well, here is you chance!

A fusion of two completely different cars is being offered at eBay. The car ‒ dubbed by the guys of Autoblog “Vipercuda” ‒ features the original bodywork of a 1971 Plymouth Barracuda convertible, but underneath it’s a 2001 Dodge Viper, complete with the 450 horsepower V10 engine, a bulletproof(!) six-speed manual transmission, and fully independent suspension.

The Vipercuda rides on stock Viper SRT six-lug wheels, 18 inches in the front and 19 inches in the rear, that wear 275/35/18 front and 335/30/19 rear Michelin Pilots. The exterior features a lot of chrome, including the bumpers, door handles and side gills. For extra show-off the electrically operated hood was enhanced with a set “Viper Powered” badges from an Dodge Ram SRT-10 pickup.

The Plymouth Barracuda with Viper V10 power is being offered for $ 180,000. For more information and pictures of the American sports car visit the advertisement at eBay.



  1. Look like you guys are misunderstanding… When thay said “bulletproof”, it means the trans is extremely stable and durable, like a bulletproof cars or jackets or something. Actually that transmission CANNOT take a single bullet without breaking!