This Cuda is nicknamed “Torc”, and it is the ultimate Mopar that has a Cummins diesel engine under the hood, and it is able to deliver 1,500 HP and amazing 3,000 lbs of torque. In the past year, the diesel transfers have been getting insane. Now, there are more tri-turbo and twin-turbo setups than ever. Some of the car enthusiasts have strapped few cans of NOS in order to make sure that there is enough power. Randy Weaver, who comes from Weaver Customs located in Sandy, Utah, was searching to make torque in his version of a beast Mopar, but also he wanted something more than what was in a gas-fueled engine. He says that they wanted to create a unique creation. They put a low end grunt in the 1970 Cuda, and they named it Torc. Well, under the hood of the Cuda was an amazing compound turbo 6.7 L Cummins diesel that has dual fuelers, forged internals, NOS and custom intake. The car has a manual 48RE Transmission with a Turbo-Hydro 400 output conversion from the Weaver’s Transmissions stands between the full-bore Cummins and also the grip of the radials by Mickey Thompson SR wrapped around the Forgeline Dropkick wheels – 20×15 rear and 18×8 front. This car sits on the Ridetech coilovers and the custom Roadster Shop chassis, and the 14” Wilwood brakes are everything that this car needs. The Torc has a fearsome look and knows no boundaries. Take a look at the car.