Barnett's 'Vette was built at Time Machines in Hudson, Florida, which also crafted this Viper-powered '70 Cuda. The 'Cuda made a bold statement, becoming the first Mopar to make it into the group of five since the SMOY moved to Columbus. The idea behind this creation was based in part on the necessity of finding a car big enough to accommodate the 6'8" frame of Time Machines owner, Mike Staveski. During the course of the build, Staveski's crew installed a Paxton supercharger on the already potent V10, which now generates 650 horsepower and 650 lb.-ft. of torque. Staveski has a personal stash of five other 'Cuda convertibles and the response to this car has been so strong, that he is already finalizing plans to build two similar cars for customers.