If youre looking for a truly mind-boggling muscle car, youve definitely come to the right place! Like most great cars, the idea for the Viper Cuda was born from a unique combination of stress and innovation. After losing his pristine Hemicuda in a divorce, the future owner of Time Machines decided to take a spin in one of his good friends Dodge Vipers. While he was out enjoying Detroits brawniest badass, he began thinking how nice itd be if his remaining asset, a 71 Cuda project car, drove as well as a modern sports car. And the rest, as we say, is sweet, octane-fueled history! The foundation for this killer build was a 20K mile 1995 Dodge Viper, which makes this Cudas current mileage of 31,906 accurate to its drivetrain. And naturally, every bit of that snakes mechanical goodness made the transition 100% intact, with the Roe Racing supercharged V10 sending a dyno-proven 547 horsepower and a pavement-splitting 623 lb./ft. of torque to the cars fat rear wheels. The interesting thing about Time Machines is the way they performed the Viper Cuda conversions. Instead of a simple engine swap, or a pro-touring style adaptation, this 71 Cudas body is actually mated to its Viper donor chassis as one structure. At the edges of the aerodynamic floors, a beefy chassis is complete with a Borg Warner T56 6-speed manual transmission and a Dana 44 limited slip differential thats filled with stout 3.55 gears. Pound on the four wheel disc brakes and theyre more than up to the task of reeling in the engines 547 horses, lap after lap. Throw the car into the corner, and handsome 18 inch wheels spin 275/35 front Michelin Pilot Sport performance radials in front of 335/30 rear Michelin Pilot Sport performance radials. As you probably already know, this Plymouths interior was the biggest challenge; but the cars transformation from 5-passenger muscle to 2-passenger sport is seamless in appearance. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information!
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