A muscle car/pony car produced by Plymouth in the 60s and early 70s. For 1970-71, the Barracuda was available with 426 Street Hemi, making it (arguably) the most fearsome Detriot supercar ever produced. Today, Barracudas (especially convertibles) are highly prized among collectors.
In full race tune, a '70 'Cuda will turn 12 second ETs on the quarter mile.
A '63-'67 Chevrolet Corvette. Also known as a "midyear." The midyear 'Vettes were based on the Mako Shark dream car (released in '61), which shared many of its lines with Bill Mitchell's Stingray race car. The '67 Vettes, especially the ones with 427 mills and "stinger" hoods, are considered by many to be the finest combination of looks and performance ever produced by Detroit.