Up for sale is a solid 1970 Plymouth Barracuda with the Shaker hood and a 440 big block. Although it does look good in pictures, the paint is not great on the car. My reserve price is reflective of the paint condition so I am being realistic. I am open to offers on it. Exterior: As stated above, the paint is not great on the car. It is a factory Sublime Green car as evidenced by the FJ5 on the fender tag. It has some sub-par body work that has been done in some places but it's not completely beat up. The Shaker hood assembly is complete. The glass is all in good shape and only has some light scuffs here and there. The trim is all in decent shape and just has some light scratches and dings. The front and rear bumpers are painted steel and in decent shape. They are not bent up anywhere. The 15" Ralley wheels are all in good shape and have nice BFGoodrich tires front and rear. The grille is in good shape and not broken, but the outer bezel on the right side does have a small piece broken off the corner. The car is pretty solid underneath and even has a lot of the original undercoating on the floor pans, frame rails, trunk pan, etc. There are a couple very small holes in the floor pan on the passenger side but it is very solid underneath overall. The bottom middle of the rear valance panel is bent a little, as you can see in the pictures. It looks like it would be a pretty easy fix and the panel would not require replacing. Interior: The front seat covers are new and in really nice shape. The rear seat cover has a tear in the upper seat cover on the driver's side and a small tear on the lower seat cover on the passenger side. The carpet looks newer and is in good shape. The dash pad is in good shape. The door panels look to be in decent shape as well. The headliner is a little loose. The steering wheel is in good shape and not broken or cracked up. Drivetrain: The engine is a strong running 440 big block with an Edelbrock 4 barrel carburetor. The casting number is 2536430-6 and the date code on the block is '66. There is a nice set of fabricated aluminum valve covers bolted on that bring a little shine into the engine bay. The ceramic coated long tube headers run back to a "Pypes" x-pipe and "Pypes" dual stainless steel mufflers with the correct tips out the back. The transmission is a 727 automatic. It also has a newer aluminum radiator to keep the big block cool. Suspension: The car has manual drum brakes front and rear but the car stops well. The power steering feels good and tight. If you have any questions or would like to see more close up photos, please send me a message, shoot me a text or call me on my cell phone at (214)682-595o and I would be happy to talk and answer any questions I can. Price is OBO.