mopar or muscle car???
wich car would win in looks, top speed, smoke from the burnout, horspower, 1/4 mile-
a 1970 plymouth hemi'cuda.....with all origanal parts
and house of kolors- kandy raspberry covering the car[[beautiful color]] ~
or a 1970 chevrolet chevelle ss
zz572/720r v8 twin turbo engine(rated at 1620 horsepower) - magnaflow mufflers - hooker headers - BFgoodrich tires - vortech roots supercharger
color of this car his house of kolors- kandy blueberry
hemi's color is house of kolor-kandy raspberry
chevelles color is house of kolor-kandy blueberry
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Great,.......... more pointless daydream questions without the pertinent info needed to even respond intelligently!! Lets start with tire sizes & gear ratios. Then you can move on to say......auto vs. stick torque converters & vehicle weights. All variables within 'stock' realm. Just to name a few..........My resource books rate the '70 Cuda Hemi @ 425hp
- gearnofearLv 61 decade ago
You have already answered one of your questions. If the Chevell is rated at 1620 HP then that would win HP wise. the stock Hemi 427 was 460 HP factory stock. As far as looks thats all personall optionion. However if your going off the offical points scale that they use in shows the Cuda would win. Simple becuase it has all of the correct matching parts and a numbers matching setup. everything else you listed is just fluff.
- 1 decade ago
The Hemi Cuda of coarse, A Chevelle with that much horse power will be to squirrelly and would be all over the track. The Cuda on the other hand would have the proper weight transfer causing the body to lift instead of squatting and it will have less tire spin.
- 1 decade ago
Once again get your facts straight, you cannot supercharge and turbocharge a motor at the same time. Anyway, on the 1/4 the chevelle would win, and same for the burnout and top speed. As for the looks its a matter of opinion. P.S. the cuda is a muscle car.Source(s): Mechanic.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
That's not even a good comparison! Mopar goes all the way!