1969 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible the 1969 was the last year of the second generation of the Barracuda. The second generation A body cars were available as fastback, notchback and convertibles.
This 1969 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible is finished in the very desirable color known as Jamaica Blue Metallic with a blue interior and white convertible top. The non-matching numbers motor for this car is 318 cubic inches mated to a three speed automatic transmission. Breaking down the fender tag this car came from the factory with a 318 cubic inch motor with a two barrel carburetor but currently is running an upgraded Edelbrock four barrel for a little extra power. This car also features power steering and power top. The underside and trunk area of this car are very solid as well. There are a few little drips on the underside as would be expected from a 47 year old car.
The exterior paint as well as the interior are in very good cosmetic condition and a few pumps of the accelerator and this Barracuda come to life. Runs great sounds great and looks great what else could you ask for in a Mopar.