plymouth barracuda

90% Original: 1965 Plymouth Barracuda

Styling is always subjective, what one finds to be beautiful, the other will find to be beautiless – and that’s not limited to just cars. But that’s not really the point behind this 1965 Plymouth Barracuda so much as… more»

Clean As A Whistle! 1967 Plymouth Barracuda

When it comes to pony cars, Plymouth often gets short shrift in spite of releasing their Barracuda about a week before Ford unleashed their vaunted Mustang in 1964. Part of the issue is that the Barracuda looked like a… more»

HEMI ‘Cuda? 1971 Plymouth Barracuda

Of the one hundred and fourteen 1971 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cudas built, how many do you think are still in existence? Well, from what I have seen on internet auctions and big-dollar TV auctions it’s a heck of a lot… more»

360 V8! First Year 1964 Plymouth Barracuda

Last week I opined about the definition of a “pony car”. Traditionally, and I didn’t think it up – I just echo the established definition that I have seen so many times before, it’s a long hood, short deck,… more»

V8/4-Speed! 1968 Plymouth Barracuda

Back around the time that this 1968 Plymouth Barracuda was built, I would occasionally get confused and call Plymouth’s Mustang competitor a Baccaruda. Why I don’t know, but in a hurry, it just came out that way. This much… more»

Body Man’s Special: 1966 Plymouth Barracuda

Yes, there is a 1966 Plymouth Barracuda fastback in there. The seller tells us that it’s a “Body Man’s Special” but he “Has all the sheet metal to complete plus all new carpet” – good to hear about that… more»

340-Powered 1967 Plymouth Barracuda Fastback

How has Chrysler not revived the Barracuda name yet? I mean, we all know that Plymouth went bye-bye over two decades ago but given the propensity to redo everything from cars to movies to fashions, I would think that… more»

Copart Cuda: 1970 Plymouth Barracuda

What da hey? A Mopar collectible that is available at Copart? How’d that happen? Admittedly, our subject car is a 1970 Barracuda, not a performance-oriented ‘Cuda. Still, even a generic ’70 Barracuda still has mojo in the old car… more»

Garage Find! 1968 Plymouth Barracuda V8 Fastback

While muscle cars continue to be all the rage, and in many instances out of the reach of mere mortal men, the non-muscle (weakling? well, not exactly) versions are often either overlooked or are outrageously over-priced under the assumption… more»

340/4-Speed! 1968 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S

When was the last time you came across one of these? A ’68 Mustang or Camaro? Fuggetaboutit, they’re everywhere. But a Baracuda, a Formula S notchback no less? This is a find! This seldom-seen gem is located in Ray,… more»

Jekyll and Hyde: 1970 Plymouth Barracuda

I am not sure the seller wants to sell this 1970 Plymouth Barracuda because the pictures are so poorly presented and many of the pictures are dated. Despite the pictures and poor grammar, the car looks like a fun… more»

1974 Plymouth Barracuda Project

Almost every car enthusiast recognizes then lines of a 1970-1974 Plymouth Barracuda. This car is for sale here on eBay with 2 days remaining in the auction. Having already garnered 8 bids, the reserve has not been met with… more»

360/4-Speed: 1974 Plymouth Barracuda

The seller of this 1974 Plymouth Barracuda is not much for words. The description that can be seen here on eBay and is only 5 words:  Plymouth Barracuda 360 V8 4-speed. Maybe that is enough but the seller does… more»

Build It Your Way: 1974 Plymouth Barracuda

On the surface, it doesn’t look like much. It’s a roller and it’s a bit rough but it is intact. And since it’s partially dissembled, there’s one task the new owner won’t have to undertake. And being a 1974… more»

Rare M46 Option: 1970 Plymouth Cuda

In the world of muscle cars, it can be hard to keep up with the different features that make one more exclusive than another. While drivetrain options are the biggest differentiator, there are a thousand other ways to split… more»

One Rare Fish: 1-Of-53 1969 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S

Earlier in the week I took a look at a 1970 Plymouth 383 ‘Cuda and made some vague comparisons to its two predecessors. Today, I’d like to take a closer look at its immediate predecessor, a 1969 Plymouth Barracuda… more»

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