1970 Plymouth Barracuda Grand Coupe
Finished in Violet with white interior and white top
Numbers matching 383
One of 550 Grand Coupe Convertibles
Here is your dream car! This 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Grand Coupe is finished in the iconic Plymouth Violet with a stunning white vinyl interior. The soft top and 383 decals are also finished in white which ties the whole car together. The original 383cid runs strong and puts the power down through the original 3-speed automatic transmission. The power is then split with 3.23 gearing but also comes with the original 2.73 differential as well as the original 2bbl manifold and air cleaner. Currently the 383cid is running a 4 bbl carburetor setup for driveability. The Grand Coupe option was the top of the line trim package and only 550 were ordered with the convertible body style, most of which were 318’s. The package was an upscale option and included features such as more bright exterior trim, wood grain interior trim, a few special badging on the exterior, unique rocker moldings, unique grill treatment, dual chrome mirrors, and disk brakes in front. Original engine, transmission, radiator, and original color combination. Comes with original 14” wheels but is currently on 15” wheels for a more modern appearance. This Barracuda Grand Coupe is in fantastic condition and would make as a great addition to any garage and would be perfect to drive on those beautiful sunny days!
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