This 1969 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S in a rotisserie restored car that has been completed for a few years now. In 1969, there were 2,685 Barracuda Fastbacks built to US specs including 1,455 4-speeds and 1,230 automatics. All of these cars were built at the Hamtramck, MI plant and of these 2,685 cars, you could have either had a Barracuda 340, Formula S, or ‘Cuda 340 package.
Fender Tag Options:
E55 Engine: 340 4bbl 275HP V8
D21 Transmission: A833 4-Speed Manual Hurst
BH Car Line: Plymouth Barracuda
29 Body Type: 2 Door Sports Hardtop
9 Model Year: 1969
B Assembly Plant: Hamtramck, MI
R6 Roof Paint: Scorch Red
R6 Body Paint: Scorch Red
H Trim Grade: High
6 Front Seat: Vinyl Buckets
R6 Upper Door Frame Color: Dark Red
211 Scheduled Production Date: Tuesday February 11, 1969
A01 Light Package
A53 Formula S Package
B41 Front Disk Brakes
B51 Power Brakes
C55 Front Seat: Buckets
G11 Glass : Tinted - All Windows
J25 3-Speed Wipers w/Electric Washers
L31 Hood Mounted Turn Signals
M21 Moldings: Drip Rail
M31 Moldings: Body Belt
For the Mopar enthusiast looking for a fun, and rare car, this Formula S is a really nice driver!
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