Friday, January 31, 2020

Does Not Compute: 2001 Chevrolet Camaro...70 Cuda Clone

This next car comes as a tip from Matt C who writes: This is a fourth generation Camaro that is trying to look like a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda; real price is $10,000. Seller says it is one of a kind, and I certainly hope so.  Yikes.  There is so much to ponder in this next craigslist advert.  I had to put down the keyboard...walk away...and come back a few hours later.  I'm still getting a divide by zero error. Its 2 parts awesome and 4 parts WHUT?  Find this 2001 Chevrolet Camaro...70 Cuda Clone offered for $10,000 in Atlanta, GA via craigslist.

From the seller:

2001 Chevy
cylinders: 8 cylinders
fuel: gas
title status: clean
transmission: automatic

2001 Camaro to make it look like a cuda , new parts, Wheels tires ,brakes exhaust, seats, transmission Motor has been swapped to a 6.0 , car is been wrapped peel the wrap and change any color you want. One of a kind $10,00

See a better way to drive a Barracamaro?


  1. Wish there was a straight profile shot, but there probably isn't because it looks even less like a Cuda because the C-pillar lines are a big part of what defines the classic look of that car.

    1. I agree be nice to have side profile picture's

  2. Well, 'A' for effort, I'll give the builder that much. I'd love to see the build pictures from this.

    1. I really wonder if this is indeed a one-off or if there was a company that built Cudameros back in the early 2000s...because the front and rear ends are really good.

  3. I've seen worse cars on the showroom floor so there's that...

    1. you've been to the Nissan/Infinity booth at the last Auto Show. Yeah...

  4. Just because you can... it doesn't mean you should.

  5. there is only one way that makes any "sense" to me? He owns a scrap yard and had a nice high mileage cuda body when a rolled or damaged camaro came in and he decided to make them one? It certainly is not pretty to me?

  6. I'm guessing the reason there is no profile shot is because it looks like a rat swallowed a baby elephant....


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