426 Hemi 'Bear of a Cuda' Barracuda Hoodie

426 Hemi 'Bear of a Cuda' Barracuda

Katie: 5'10" 160

Drag Racing Hoodie

Hurst Hemi Under Glass is the name given to a series of exhibition drag racing cars campaigned by Hurst Performance between 1965 and 1975. Each wheelstander was based on the current Plymouth Barracuda for the corresponding model year. The car was so named because the fuel injected Chrysler Hemi engine was placed under the Barracuda's exceptionally large rear window. The result of the rearward weight transfer was a "wheelie" down the length of the drag strip. The Hemi Under Glass was developed by Hurst Corporation to showcase their products in the A/FX class - precursor to funny cars. In 1965, George Hurst hired Wild Bill Shrewsberry of Mansfield, OH, an accomplished drag racer who had raced for both Mickey Thompson and Jack Crissman.

Color: Black

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What material is this item made of?

Cotton/Poly fleece blend. Super warm and cozy fleece lining with an adjustable hood and banded cuffs to keep in the heat. Learn More »

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