Restored 1968 Plymouth Barracuda!We have a very nice restored 1968 Plymouth Barracuda that is ready for cruising season.This car has documented original 79k miles on the Original 318 V8 Engine.Automatic TransmissionThe car was restored in 2013Electric Blue Metallic exterior - Shows GREAT!A New windshield and seal installed, all new nice and shiny exterior chromeAll aluminum straightened and reanodizedNew Black interior was also recently replaced Riding with new brakes and brake lines all the way around and new dual exhaustTires are in good condition and Spare tire is also included in the saleEquipped with power steeringNew Fuel TankThis car still shows very well, for a 5 year old resto. She is driven on the weekends and is appreciated at shows and events. History: This Barracuda was originally bought brand new in the state of Iowa. The 2nd owner purchased the car from the original owner and brought it home to IL. He and his wife enjoyed the car for quite some time. They enjoyed the car for many years, going to shows and other events on the weekends. When the time was ready they put the car on the market. The current owner baught the car approx. 4 years ago; and the restoration began. He restored the Orignal 318 Engine, repainted this beauty in a stunning Blue. Replaced many parts and is ready to let another driver enjoy this classic.This is a 3 owner vehicle. Shown by appointment onlyWE FINANCE, SHIP, AND DELIVER WORLDWIDE
This is the eighth vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
You read the headline correctly: This is the four-door Barracuda that Plymouth didn’t build in 1970, except it actually did, sort of
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