Additional pictures are posted on I-95 Muscle's direct website.
We've had a lot of nicely done cars come through our door, but this
1968 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S Convertible puts most of them to
shame. This matching numbers car sports the 340 it came with and a
727 TF 3 Speed Automatic with a 8.75" rear end with limited slip
and a 3.23 gear set. The paint job in the engine bay is better than
what you're going to find with most "restorations". This 4 year
long restoration consisted of a rotisserie paint job in the Sunfire
Yellow the car came in and black leather upholstery in place of the
Forest Green someone ordered in 1968. The seat belts and upper door
panel plates are still Forest Green, but could easily be changed to
black. The top was replaced with all new mechanics and it goes up
and down perfectly. There are no weak spots, rust, or panels filled
with Bondo. This Mopar was done right. Watch the video and see just
how awesome this 340 sounds through those dual exhaust pipes.
Better yet, come see it in person! Financing is easy, trades are
welcome, and shipping is available. You can even get a Freedom
Classic Coverage warranty for it if you'd like! Call or click while
it's still available. Mopars seem to get purchased faster than the
rest of our inventory!
1968 Plymouth Barracuda
Location:Hope Mills, North Carolina
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