1970 Plymouth Barracuda. 700hp. Crossing Generations

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It’s very rare that we get to drive, let alone own, the car of our dreams. Not so for Northern Californian John Cross, who knew from the moment he first sat in a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda.

As it turns out, it wasn’t just any 1970 Barracuda John had his heart set on. It was in fact THE very 440 6-Pack ‘Cuda in which he’d taken his first ride. That same car belonged to John’s cousin, and collectively has been in the same family for over four decades.

And let’s not forget that cheeky 700hp under the bonnet.

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