2017 Dodge Barracuda is a two-door car that was produced by Dodge from the 1964-1974 model years. The first generation of Dodge Barracuda, fastback coupe body is based on the Dodge Valiant, the distinctive wraparound back glass and available was from 1964 to 1966.
The second generation 1967-1969 Dodge Barracuda, but still brave-based, heavily redesigned. 2nd generation body cars were the fastback, hatchback, and convertible versions. The third generation 1970-1974 E-body Barracuda, more Valiant-based, was available as a coupe and a convertible, both of which were very different from the previous models. The final model year for the Barracuda was 1974.
The 2017 Dodge Barracuda is now one of the most valuable muscle cars, the rarity of some models and equipment combinations is mainly due to the lack of interest of the buyer. 2007 spread the Motor Trend magazine, Chrysler wanted the Barracuda 2009 together with the resurrected Dodge Challenger publish in order to compete against the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro. However, since the brand Dodge in 2001 disappeared from the market, the new Barracuda should appear as Chrysler. A member of the Chrysler management, but it seems unlikely.
The Dodge Barracuda 2017 is a collectible car today with the high-performance versions and convertible commanding the highest prices. The few remaining barracuda existence is the result of low buyer interest when the vehicles were new. The remaining cars of any condition are rare and outstanding examples fetch high appraisal values today. Original Hemi Super Stock barracuda now valued collector vehicles, with the factory cars commander inflated prices.
The 1971 HemiCuda convertible is now considered one of the most valuable collectible muscle cars. Only thirteen building, seven of which sold domestically. The most recent public auction was at the June 2014 Mecum auction in Seattle, where selling a blue on blue 4-speed for US $ 3.5 million plus buyers premium. Several replica cars made to look like HemiCuda and driven by the title character in the late 1990s by the police procedure Nash Bridges. None of these replica cars have a Hemi V8 under the hood.