Plymouth Barn Finds

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»

Looking For A Project? Take Your Pick!

This seller has several cars for sale and they’re all projects, although some will need more work than others. Most of them are Chrysler products and you can grab one for as little as $1,000. Nothing is more than… more»

Original 440: 1974 Plymouth Road Runner GTX

The owner of this 1974 Plymouth Road Runner GTX claims that it is 1-of-2 Triple Green cars built. It is an original survivor, and the buyer will need to decide whether to retain it that way, or whether a… 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»

Bargain Mopar? 1968 Plymouth Road Runner

With rubber floor mats and minimal trim, Plymouth’s Road Runner appealed to the no-nonsense buyer who just wanted to twist the key and burn some rubber. This 1968 Plymouth Road Runner in Everest, Kansas has seen better days, but… more»

This 1967 Plymouth GTX is Being Offered With No Reserve!

When it was introduced in 1967, the Plymouth GTX offered its buyers neck-snapping performance with a touch of style and comfort. This one is a tidy looking vehicle, but it will need some work to return it to its… more»

1 of 314 Hemi: 1966 Plymouth Satellite

If you wanted to get a 426 Hemi in your mid-size Plymouth before the Road Runner or GTX were introduced, you could get it from the factory in your 1966 Satellite. The Satellite was the upscale trim option on… more»

Signed By The King! 1970 Plymouth Superbird

Enzo Ferrari is once quoted as saying, “Aerodynamics are for people who can’t build engines.” Whether or not that is true, the fact is that aerodynamics has played an essential role in NASCAR racing for decades now. The late… more»

Real Deal AAR! 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda

Calling this find a big project would be an understatement, but it’s a special find that absolutely deserves to be finished! For a very small period of time, Plymouth offered a version of the ‘Cuda that was essentially a… more»

Rare 426 Hemi Equipped 1971 Plymouth Road Runner!

1971 marked the dawn of the second generation of the Plymouth Road Runner. The muscle car heyday of the late 1960s was already starting to wear thin, as sales of the Road Runner dropped 65 percent in spite of… 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»

408 Stroker: 1972 Plymouth Duster 340

This is not your run-of-the-mill Duster 340. It doesn’t even have a 340 engine any longer. Instead, the little Plymouth now sports a brand new 408 Stoker V-8 that’s estimated at 450 hp. So, this is not a car… more»

Original Runner: 1970 Plymouth Duster 340

Chrysler had a hot property with their 340 small-block engine. It was good for 275 hp right out of the gate. In six years, Chrysler put 340s into 217,000 of their cars between 1968-73, including almost 70,000 Plymouth Dusters…. more»

340/4-Speed: 1970 Plymouth Duster Racer

In the 1960s, the Valiant was a solid car, but not necessarily exciting. Plymouth changed that in 1970 when they brought out the Duster, a semi-fastback coupe that was a Valiant in the front and a sporty new car… 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»

440 V-8 4-Speed: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

The muscle car war was in full swing by 1969, which was the second year of Plymouth’s successful (and slightly gimmicky) Road Runner. It debuted in 1968 with its Warner Brothers licensing and its distinctive “beep-beep” horn. For those… more»