The 1967 Plymouth Barracuda debuted a sleek hardtop look that we
cherished in the new muscle/pony era. So it's great to find a
Formula S that not only has V8 power and four-on-the-floor, but
also some added distinction from a terrific color package inside
This was the debut year for the second-gen Barracuda and that meant
the first appearance of the fastback style. It gave you a large
pillarless hardtop profile and terrific Coke bottle curves that
would come to define cars like the 'Cudas. And this one certainly
establishes the look of a powerful car with details like the hood
vent trim, Rallye wheels, and Formula S badging. And the racing
stripe on the trunk is a true Mopar favorite. We have a full
restoration book from 2014 that highlights the work done on this
car. Good trim, good gaps, and a bright shine from the correct Dark
Red Metallic give you an overall look of quality.
The interior has a detailed style that will have you rolling down
all the windows on this hardtop just so people can get a good look
inside. After all, the white stripe on the outside kicks off the
white vinyl interior. And the red returns for the smooth dash,
clean carpeting, full headliner, and even the detailed red seat
piping. This is also set up to be a great driver's car with front
bucket seats, a center console in-between, a grippy three-spoke
sports steering wheel, and a floor shifter. So while this comes
with an updated AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette, we bet your real
favorite soundtrack starts from under the hood.
The engine bay is ready for primetime with smooth inner walls,
plenty of fresher components, and an overall thoughtful looking
layout. This is Mopar's mighty 318 cubic-inch V8 that's an upgrade
later in life. It inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel
carburetor and Weiand intake. And so it fires up readily as it
makes a rumble out of the dual exhaust w/Flowmasters. This is
connected to a four-speed manual transmission to give you full
control over the mighty motor and its soundtrack. Plus, power
steering, power brakes, front discs, and wide BF Goodrich T/As all
make sure that this cool hardtop remains an easy cruiser.
This Mopar is the ideal mix of power, poise, and distinction, so
don't let it slip away. Call today!!!
1967 Plymouth Barracuda
Exterior Color:Dark Red Metallic
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