Twin Turbo Viper Powered ’70 Cuda is the Dream Muscle Car, Usautodaily.com Specs by the Owner: 1970 Cuda “Venom” with a twin turbocharged 2000 Viper engine and a 6-speed transmission with hand made shifter. Engine controlled by AEM computer and standalone wiring harness. Fully hand built stainless steel exhaust system that is ceramic coated. Aluminum driveshaft connects to a one-off independent rear suspension with QA1 coil over shocks and Baer 6S brakes with 15″ rotors at all corners. Wilwood master cylinder, Magnum Force rack & pinion adjustable front suspension and sway bar. Specially designed I Forged performance wheels, 20″x16″ rears, 18″x8″ fronts, polished and powder coated.
Hand built tube chassis that is powder coated. Both bumpers are smoothed and shaped to fit tight to body and painted to match. Hand formed metal for the front valance, rear spoiler and rear lower filler with venting. Custom hood with screened venting to match hand-worked grill with screens. Shaved door handles and trunk with heavy duty poppers. Classic Industries gauges are installed in a custom instrument cluster that is installed into a reworked dash that is covered in brown buffalo leather.
Aluminum air vents are installed in the dash to match the control knobs and throttle, brake and clutch pedals. The interior is covered in tan leather, including the floormats, with brown buffalo insets on doors, center console and reclining bucket seats. The Billet Specialties steering wheel is atop the Flaming River tilt steering column, the hand made center console houses a Pioneer touch screen radio. There are numerous hand-made and machined parts throughout the entire vehicle. It took over five years and more than 6,000 hours building, Sold for $137,500.00