Race Car Build: 1970 Plymouth Barracuda

The Barracuda was all-new for 1970 and would have its best year. Its sporty E-body styling was a vast improvement over its predecessors and the Barracuda would finally shed its heritage with the Valiant. This 1970 convertible has been… more»

1 of 0: 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Hemi

This 1970 Barracuda convertible started life with a Slant-Six engine and 3-speed manual and has been restored to look like a ‘Cuda with AAR stripes and a 472 cubic inch Hemi. You couldn’t get Chrysler to build this car… more»

1-Of-430: 1974 Plymouth Cuda Project

The Plymouth Barracuda launched in 1964, just 17 days before the Ford Mustang. Just as the Mustang was born from the compact Falcon, the Barracuda was a bi-product of the Valiant. It didn’t sell as well by comparison, but… more»

Backyard Find: 1973 Plymouth ‘Cuda 340

1973 would be the swan song for the 340 engine in any Chrysler product. Over six years, the motor would see nearly 217,000 installations and 37,000 of those would be in Plymouth Barracudas (17%). We assume the seller’s ’73… more»

Hemi Convertible! 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe

This 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe Convertible is a car in which you would be proud to be seen. The previous owner set about creating the car of his dreams, and if you share that vision, you could park… more»

Storage Unit Find: 1973 Plymouth Barracuda

Plymouth’s Barracuda got an extreme makeover in 1970, getting a new E-body platform that would distance it from its Valiant roots. This arrangement would survive through 1974 after which Chrysler exited the pony car market. This rusty roller heralds… more»

Purple ‘Cuda Tribute! 1970 Plymouth Barracuda

In Plymouth parlance, there really is a difference between the Barracuda and the ‘Cuda, the latter being the “performance-minded” version, according to 1970’s sales brochures. This 1970 Plymouth Barracuda left the factory with light green paint a 318 cid… more»

440 V8 Transplant: 1970 Plymouth Barracuda

This 1970 Barracuda was from the first year the car received its new E-body platform, distancing itself from the compact roots it had before. Sales were quite brisk compared to the year before and this car left the factory… more»

Only 86 Miles! 1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda

The signage on the rear window of this 1970 Plymouth Barracuda says “the lowest mileage Hemi ‘Cuda on the planet. Period.” And given the history of the car and the documentation the seller says exists; it could very well… more»

1969 Plymouth Barracuda Survivor

In the mid-1960s, it was well known that Ford wanted to make a sporty car based on the Falcon sedan, which eventually became the Mustang. Sensing this, Chrysler wanted to build something to compete with that. Taking the platform… more»

AAR ‘Cuda Tribute? 1974 Plymouth Barracuda

After beating the Ford Mustang to market by 17 days in 1964, the Plymouth Barracuda would enjoy a run of more than 10 years. By 1974, however, both the muscle and pony car markets had cooled off and Chrysler… more»

Upscale Project: 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe

When the Barracuda was redesigned for 1970, Plymouth added an upscale version called the Gran Coupe. It had more amenities than the standard coupe but was limited to motors under 383 cubic inches. This Gran Coupe is a non-running… more»

Hemi Under Glass Clone? 1968 Plymouth Barracuda

Whenever I see this body style of Plymouth Barracuda, I can’t help but think about the famous “Hemi Under Glass” race cars. This specific car is a 1968 Barracuda and it can be found for sale here on Craigslist… more»

340 Formula S: 1968 Plymouth Barracuda

The Formula S was an upgraded handling package on early Barracuda’s. With heavier torsion bars and an anti-roll bar up front and additional leaves in the rear springs, the Formula S’s cornering and high-speed stability were praised. This ’68… more»

Cheap Stalled Project: 1969 Plymouth Barracuda

Taking on a classic car that is someone else’s stalled project can be fraught with dramas. That is one reason why this 1969 Plymouth Barracuda might not be a bad one to consider. This is a project that ground… more»

1 of 1,270: 1968 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S

While the Barracuda was technically the first pony car to market (by 17 days), the Ford Mustang got most of the attention. Originally based on the Valiant compact, the Barracuda began to lose its physical association by the second… more»