ACL TA '70 AAR Cuda

(ac_legends_ta_cuda_1970) Mod
ACL TA '70 AAR Cuda, skin 42
ACL TA '70 AAR Cuda, skin 42
ACL TA '70 AAR Cuda, skin 48

The Plymouth Barracuda started life as a youth oriented compact car. Although the earlier Barracudas competed in SCCA racing, it wasn't until 1970 that Chrysler dove in head first with the AAR Cuda version of it's all-new body style.

Named after Dan Gurney's famous All American Racers, the production AAR Cuda used a high-performance tri-power 340 motor with a choice of automatic or 4-speed trans. Standard gearing was 3.55 or optional 3.91, both with posi-traction 'Sure-Grip'. A standard matte-black fiberglass hood with Ram-Air, rally rims and rear spoiler were added to mimic the Trans-Am SCCA racecar.

Heavier and less nimble than the other SCCA PonyCars, the AAR cuda was geared more towards muscle car than pony car. What it lacked in agility it made up for in aggressive styling and brutish straight line performance.


There are no setups for this car.


This car has been used in 12 sessions.


  • 60's TransAm (TA60)


  • Acceleration: 0-100 in 4.7 s
  • BHP: 470 bhp
  • Power Ratio: --- kg/bhp
  • Top Speed: 250+ kph
  • Torque: 526 Nm
  • Weight: 1422kg