A two-door pony car, the Plymouth Barracuda was manufactured for only a decade from 1964 to 1974. Although it shared a great majority of its parts and bodywork with the Plymouth Valiant, the second-generation Barracuda was heavily redesigned to lead the way at the beginning of the muscle car era.
New features included model-specific sheet metal with Coke-bottle side contours and heavily revised front and rear ends. Design changes also included wider wheel openings, curved side glass and a more restrained use of chrome trim for a sleeker look.
The 1967 Barracuda has no side marker lamps or reflectors in accordance with the first U.S. Federal Auto Safety Standards. And, as competition within the pony car class increased, Plymouth began to revise the Barracuda’s engine options.
This stunning 1967 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible benefitted from a meticulous rotisserie body-off restoration, with plenty of photos available that document the process. Every nut and bolt has been replaced, and every piece of chrome has been restored to perfection. The engine has been fully tuned and runs as new . . . but faster with its Magnum 360. In addition to the allure of speed is the appeal of the lovely white vinyl interior, classic white convertible top and AC that blows ice-cold for maximum driving comfort.
All four wheels have Stainless Steel Brake Corp disc brakes, and the car sits on new B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A tires (215 65R/15 on the front and 275 60R/15 on the rear).
This Cuda is a blast to drive and would be a crowd-stopper on the street or at any show field . . . take a look for yourself.