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Muscle cars (Series)

Hey classic car lovers out there and lego model builders on cuusoo I was thinking why not make Muscle car (Series) in Lego Because every one loves at least one Aussie or American Muscle car.

We want classic cars so bad so this is not about the cars not being Lego. We will make this together so reply to this if you have a lego car that you want or you have with a photo I will add it in this series and add your name so that we know who made it and how you made it with a bref decription.

(one more thing any money made lego will keep)

Plymouth Barracuda


1970 Plymouth Barracuda
Manufacturer Chrysler Corporation

Production 1964–1974

Assembly Hamtramck, Michigan

Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Successor none

Class Pony car

Layout FR layout

Dodge Charger (If you want separate click,(view other projects).

Here are some specks

Production 1968–1970
Assembly United States: Detroit, Michigan
Hamtramck, Michigan
Los Angeles, California
St. Louis, Missouri

Engine 225 cu in (3.7 L) 1bbl I6 (1969-70)
318 cu in (5.2 L) 2bbl LA V8
383 cu in (6.3 L) 2bbl B V8
383 cu in (6.3 L) 4bbl B V8
426 cu in (7.0 L) Hemi 2×4bbl RB V8
440 cu in (7.2 L) 4bbl RB V8
440 cu in (7.2 L) 2×3 RB (1970)

Transmission A904 3-speed automatic
A727 3-speed automatic
A230 3-speed manual
A833 4-speed manual

Wheelbase 117 in (3,000 mm)

Length 208 in (5,300 mm) (1968)
207.9 in (5,280 mm) (1969-70)

Width 76.7 in (1,950 mm) (1968-69)
76.6 in (1,950 mm) (1970)

Height 53.2 in (1,350 mm) (1968-69)
53.0 in (1,350 mm) (1970)


Ford Motor Company


(4,038 produced)


Wixom, Michigan, United States


Ford Evos


RMR layout


5.4 L Supercharged Modular V8


6-speed manual


106.7 in (2,710 mm)


182.8 in (4,640 mm)

76.9 in (1,950 mm)


44.3 in (1,130 mm)

Curb weight

3,351 lb (1,520 kg)[1]

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