360 Equipped: 1971 Plymouth Barracuda

This 1971 Plymouth Barracuda started its life wearing desirable Plum Crazy paint, but it underwent a color change in the 1980s. It is a solid car that has also received an engine upgrade. It now needs someone willing to… more»

Nash Bridges Car! 1971 Hemi ‘Cuda

Did you tune into Nash Bridges on TV in the late 1990s to watch Don Johnson and Cheech Marin tool around San Francisco in a badass 1971 Hemi ‘Cuda? I know I did and still do. This is said… more»

One Owner Survivor: 1972 Plymouth Barracuda

The third (and final) generation of the Barracuda has always been a personal favorite. Together with the Dodge Challenger built off the same platform, they were some of the best looking (and best performing) pony cars of their time…. more»

572 Crate Motor: 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe Convertible

I’ll let you in on a little secret. This 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe Convertible no longer looks like it did in this photo. This shot was taken the day that the owner drove the car into his workshop,… more»

1 Of 1614: 1970 Plymouth AAR ‘Cuda

Plymouth offered a lot of hot cars in the early 1970s and one of them was the AAR ‘Cuda, named after Dan Gurney’s All-American Racers in the Trans-Am Series. It was a potent muscle car produced in limited quantities… more»

“Slo-Motion” 1968 Plymouth BO29 Hemi ‘Cuda

Not too many legitimate race cars ever come up for sale, especially one that looks almost identical to it was when it was a competitive racer. This 1968 Plymouth Barracuda was one of fifty that were produced by Chrysler… more»

273 V8 Survivor: 1967 Plymouth Barracuda

While most folks credit Ford’s Mustang for being first on the pony car scene, Plymouth’s Barracuda got there first in 1964 – by 17 days! The car got its first restyle in 1967 and would continue its lineage to… more»

Plum Crazy 1970 Plymouth Barracuda

The 1970 Plymouth Barracuda was an all-new car, shedding its association with the economy Valiant. The car would share its E-body with the upstart over at Dodge, the Challenger. The most common way to get a basic Barracuda 2-door… more»

Rust-Free Project: 1966 Plymouth Barracuda

The Plymouth Barracuda broke cover for the first time on April 1st, 1964. However, this car was no April Fool. This marked the beginning of a badge that grew in both performance and legend status until the last Barracuda… more»

1 of 863: 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible

Convertibles were the rarest of the new Plymouth Barracudas in 1970 at only about five percent of total production. And about half of those were “regular” Barracudas, i.e. not Gran Coupes or ‘Cudas. This survivor finished in Rallye Red… more»

Cuda Clone: 1973 Plymouth Barracuda

This ‘70s pony car is in the midst of an interesting transition. What started out life as a rather ordinary 1973 Barracuda with a 318 V8 is well on its way to becoming a 1971 ‘Cuda with a 383… more»

E-Body Project: 1970 Plymouth Barracuda

This 1970 Plymouth Barracuda is a roller located in Madison, Tennessee. The seller states that he car has traveled 118,057 miles with an engine under the hood but no word on how long it has sat without a drivetrain…. more»

Big Block Project: 1970 Plymouth Cuda

The Plymouth ‘Cuda is a car with styling that embodies a real muscle car. It bulges in all of the right places and is the automotive equivalent of Arnold Schwarzenegger at his best. This 1970 example has seen better… more»

1970 Plymouth Cuda 340 Barn Find!

When the 1970 models rolled into dealer showrooms, buyers could tell right away that the Barracuda was a vastly different car. Mainly because it lost its prior association to the compact Valiant, on which it had been based since… more»

Worth Restoring? 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda 340

The Plymouth Barracuda was a totally new car in 1970, finally losing its six-year association with the Valiant. It gained its own platform that it would share with the new Dodge Challenger, but all its sheet metal was exclusively… more»

One Of 604: 1970 Plymouth Barracuda

It wasn’t until 1970 that the Plymouth Barracuda would shake its heritage with the Valiant. From its introduction in ’64 and through ’69, the Barracuda shared the platform and some of its sheet metal with its compact cousin. But… more»