Hello folks. I'm new here. I'm 18 and go to college in Golden, CO at the Colorado School of Mines. So enough about me. My girlfriend's parents have restored a 1939 Chevrolet Street Rod. I went to a crap ton of shows with them and my love of Mopar has grown beyond control. I saw Chargers, Challengers, and of course, my favorites, Cudas. I've even seen a 1970 Hemicuda which put me in heaven. I kept going off to my girlfriend's father about how I loved Mopar. Welll... he informed me of a Barracuda that was under a tarp, some hay bales, etc. in a farmers field. I about cried when I heard of such a Mopar rotting away in a field. Well, after some negotiation, I purchased the car. Well, the girlfriend's parents bought it and I bought it from them. They bought it because they know the guy so they could get a better deal out of him. Here it is, folks, in all its glory.
Okay, don't blame me for crappy pictures, the girlfriend took it. When I go back home (in Nebraska) I'll get better pictures. The restoration starts this summer with an all new interior. Now, it has a 383 in it but it has mice living in it, it has sat out in the elements for God knows how long, etc. I was wondering if I should just fix up the 383, build an all new 440, fix the 383 and eventually drop in something larger, or what. I want to do a stroked 440, but I want input from real Mopar muscle enthusiasts. I hardly run into any of those around here.