Sale Pending... This awesome Cuda comes with the Govier Decoding and Certification Report attesting to it being 1 of 2 built with it’s option package, drivetrain, and trim. The car is in the Govier Registry as an authentic Mopar car. A 1971 Plymouth Cuda with original data tags, Barrett-Jackson Auction Card, and the consignor’s Spec Board. Also, after purchase at auction it was taken to Restorations by Julius, the best Chrysler authority in the L.A. area for inspections and any needed fixes. The inspection/repair order will come with the car. Very Rare, 1 of 2 built with these options and Drive Train. 383 Big Block numbers matching. Options include: Automatic Transmission, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Air Conditioning, Factory FJ6 “Sassy Grass” Paint, FACTORY BILLBOARD CAR, 2 Fender Tags of Options. This is an Investment Vehicle. Only two are known to exist with these options. Registered in the Chrysler Registry. Documentation will come with the car. Beautiful paint. Excellent fit and finish. Rare color. Loads of options. All glass in excellent condition. Vinyl top in excellent condition. Very nice interior. Factory Original and restored to original. Note some trim pieces around rear window and the fit of headliner at rear window needs some attention. Rumor has it that Fiat/Chrysler has re-patented the Barracuda name...could there be a new 'Cuda coming for 2018? If so, these cars will skyrocket in value, once again!
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
Plymouth only built 107 of these Hemi ‘Cudas in 1971, and of those only 59 were equipped with 4-speed manual transmission.
The Pick of the Day is a restored and resto-modded 1967 Plymouth Barracuda coupe that looks like it was done right, with performance upgrades for power and drivability.
Offered at the 46th Scottsdale Barrett-Jackson auction, this funny car, recognized as “Snake II,” is the original car used in the popular “Snake vs. Mongoose” match
Plymouth Barracudas have the distinction of being produced for exactly one decade to the day with the third and last generation of ‘Cudas becoming best-known among muscle car collectors.
I got a text message from a buddy of mine in Bowman, North Dakota, and he asked me if I knew anybody that would be interested in a 1964 Plymouth Barracuda.
Mopar fanatics will have much to cheer about as 30 vintage Hemis and at least 10 Dodge Vipers cross the block during Mecum’s Original Spring Classic auction held May 17-21.
Whenever Chrysler decides to assemble a purpose-built performer whose main mission is to kick asphalt and take names, the results are usually spectacular.