Twin Turbo'd V10 LMC Super Cuda Ain't Your Daddy's Plymouth, Ferrari Learns
However beastly, if you were to pit a typical HEMI-powered 1970 Plymouth Barracuda against a Ferrari Enzo, the only contest Detroit could hope to take a win in would be the swimsuit competition. But with the 1000hp LMC Super Cuda, the story is a little bit different.
After thousands of hours of labor, Legendary Motor Cars, the makers of this insanely modified Barracuda designed to reach speeds of over 200mph, have finally brought their monster Mopar to life.
First item of business? Put it up against a Ferrari Enzo at Chrysler's Chelsea Proving Grounds in Chelsea, Michigan. So how did this purpose-built speedway bruiser fair against the best Italy has to offer? Only one way to find out...