Our St Louis Showroom is proud to offer for sale this 1964 Plymouth
Barracuda. This light blue cruiser is in good survivor condition.
The current owner has had this vehicle since 1997 and has obviously
taken very good care of it. When he purchased the car in 1997, it
was titled in the state of Kansas but lived almost all its life in
the state of Texas. Since then, it has lived its life in southern
Illinois. Under the hood is a 273 cubic inch v8 that sounds very
healthy and runs great. Mated to the engine is a freshly rebuilt,
push button, automatic transmission. The interior shows minor wear
and tear and looks its age but it appears to be free of any major
flaws such as tears in the seats or cracks in the dash. Overall
this car is a great driver that will put a smile on the face of
anyone behind the wheel or watching as the car passes by. These
early 60s Mopars are getting harder to find so don't let this one
get away from you. Give us a call today to make this one yours!
This 1964 Plymouth Barracuda can be seen in great detail including
100+ HD Pictures and an HD video at gatewayclassiccars.com. For
additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at
(618)271-300 or email us at [email protected] The St
Louis showroom is located at 1237 Central Park Drive, O'fallon
Illinois 62269. Video: https://youtu.be/Tp-C-MntQy4
1964 Plymouth Barracuda
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