Stk. 2274 1967 Barracuda 'Notchback'
The 1967 Barracuda was the first year for the second generation 'Cuda. They were certainly more stylish than the original 'fastback Valiant' and this '67 'notchback' is a nice example that has been fully restored. The beautiful Yellow finish with black accent stripes was applied in 2009. Very nice chrome and period correct Cragar S/S mags complete the exterior (original wheel covers also included). Inside, the split-bench seats were reupholstered in black/white vinyl and the classic dash holds a full set of working gauges (except tach). The factory AM radio still resides in the dash, but tunes are provided by an AM/FM/CD system located under the front seat. This 1967 'D-Code" Barracuda was delivered with a 273ci 'LA' small-block with a 2-barrel intake that produced 180bhp. This was a very strong motor that later became the basis for many of the vintage 340/360 MOPARs. We cannot be sure if this is the original engine, but by all appearances, it is very likely. It has been nicely detailed, but the owner does not know if it was totally rebuilt. A Chrysler Torqueflite 3-speed automatic transfers power to a factory differential and a dual exhaust system has been added. Brakes are 4-wheel manual drum with a dual-master cylinder. The owner has photo documentation of various elements of the restoration. This is your chance to own a rare, nicely restored classic MOPAR. Call 800-650-1055 or visit our website at www.autobarnclassiccars.com for additional information. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS
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