*** BEAUTIFUL RARE 1966 BARRACUDA FORMULA “S” EDITION ***
*** BEAUTIFUL RED PAINT WITH BLACK INTERIOR***
*** THIS CAR IS LOCATED IN MARIPOSA CALIFORNIA ***
*** 100 ADDITIONAL PICTURES ***
This is a RARE 1965 Barracuda Formula “S” edition 2-Door Sport Coupe. This is a very nice car built in Los Angeles California. Google this car: 1965 Barracuda Formula “S”, there is a fair amount of info on this rare car. If you can make it to Mariposa, California you need to come and see and drive this car for yourself, you will not be disappointed.
This 1966 Barracuda Formula “S” edition has the Original Rebuilt 273 CID 235 HP V8 motor in it with a 4-barrel carburetor and it is running very well. The motor still has its Original Valve Covers and a 440 Super Commando Air cleaner (the Original one was gone). Electronic Ignition was added to improve performance and reliability. If you know anything about these motors you know they are one of the best motors ever made and last forever. The 273 CID high compression engine (10 ½ to one) was rebuilt and punched out 30 over, both the engine and automatic transmission with a shift kit, have been rebuilt by a professional. It has the Original Floor Shifter and console. It is backed by the 8 3/4 sure-grip rear end with 323 gears. This car sounds Awesome with the new dual exhaust with a Flowmaster mufflers and correct chrome tips. Being the Formula S Edition it has the large factory Kelsey/Hayes front disk brakes. They are new and it stops and drives like it should. The Black Interior is original and had been re-upholstered, NICE Original front bucket seats, Nice Original rear bench seat, nice Original dash pad and gauge panel (all ORIGINAL gauges are working) except the Factory "S" model only Tachometer, nice Original door panels and a nice ORIGINAL steering wheel. This BEAUTY is nicely equipped, including Original Am Radio, factory retractable seat belts and Original remote driver’s chrome exterior mirror. The ODO shows 72,220 miles we were told were original miles, but actual miles are unknown. Just look at this thing though! This 1966 Barracuda Formula “S” edition is quite a deal at a price that is low on this rare investment car. This Barracuda has good looks and awesome power as well and is a really fun to drive! I drove this around town and on the freeway and it ran great, it drove it 70 MPH on the freeway and had plenty of pedal left. Check out the Era “Mag” wheels with steel belted radial tires boy do they look Great on this car! They really give it that nostalgia Muscle Car look. These vehicles have an appreciative group of owners, any of which would be pleased to own this one. The suspension seems to be in good working order as well as the electric system. This 1965 Barracuda Formula “S” edition is a good investment opportunity and it is priced right and is a quality car! This vehicle is in sharp condition from top to bottom and from front to back. It will not disappoint someone looking for a good example of a sought after and hard to find collector automobile. If you have been looking but cannot find a nice 1966 Barracuda Formula “S” edition worthy of your hard earned money look NO further because this is the one! The BEAUTIFUL Bright Red exterior paint on this vehicle is New and in GREAT condition as you can see in the pictures above and below with only a few small imperfections. The owner took the data plate off for paint and lost it. This is a West Coast car all its life and built in the LA plant. The interior is very nice in the factory Black color scheme.
This vehicle is in good mechanical condition and it runs and drives very well. The vehicle is nice with respect to the overall cosmetic impression. I looked underneath and also included photos below. This is a good solid vehicle and it has plenty of Power and good looks too! Please pay close attention to the photos above and below and this description as they will answer most if not all of your questions. If you need to speak to me my name is Rob and my telephone number is (208) 860-1171 or you can email if you prefer at Rob@robzragz.com. As always I tried to get as thorough and in depth with the photographs as possible.
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Features and Options Features & Options
Beautiful New Bright Red Exterior Paint
Good Heater and De-froster
Nice Original Radiator
Nice Steel Belted Radial Tires
Nice New Dual Exhaust with Chrome Tips
Nice ORIGINAL Black Carpeting
Nice ORIGINAL Dash
Nice ORIGINAL Steering Wheel
Nice ORIGINAL headliner
Nice Original Rebuilt 273 CID V8 Motor
Nice Original Antenna
Nice Original Badging
Nice Original Black Crinkle Valve Covers
Nice Original Black Dash
Nice Original Black Door Panels
Nice Original Black Front Bucket Seats (Re-covered)
Nice Original Black Rear Bench Seat
Nice Original Black Sunvisors
Nice Original Chrome Front Bumper
Nice Original Chrome Grill
Nice Original Lenses
All Original Gauges Work
Nice Original Chrome Headlight Surrounds
Nice Original Chrome Interior Mirror
Nice Original Chrome Rear Bumper
Nice Original Chrome Taillight Surrounds
Nice Original Chrome and Stainless
Nice ERA “Mag” Wheels
Nice Original Barracuda Emblems
Nice Original Chrome Remote Exterior Mirror
Nice Original Distributor
Nice Original Exhaust Manifolds
Nice Original Floor Mounted Shifter and Center Console
Nice Original Glass
Nice Original Horn Button
Nice Original Three-speed Automatic Transmission
Nice “Super Commando" Air Cleaner
Nice Original Trunk Pan
Nice Original AM Radio
Nice Original Retractable Seat Belts
Nice Original working Inside Dome lights
Full Size Spare Tire
Factory "S" Model Only Tachometer (not working)
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