Plymouth Barn Finds

Rare Mod Top: 1969 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S

To borrow from a 1969 Plymouth ad: “Introducing the car you wear.” Again borrowing, for “anybody with a penchant for the different” I present this 1969 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S Mod Top. It’s available here on craigslist in Westminster,… more»

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Gentlemen’s Muscle Car: 1969 Plymouth GTX 440!

If you’d rather repair or replace rusty metal than chase down rare parts for your muscle car, check out this 1969 Plymouth GTX in Colorado Springs, Colorado! The listing here on craigslist shows most of the hard-to-find parts present… more»

One Family Owned: 1971 Plymouth Duster

A 1971 ad for the Plymouth Duster read, “Duster, coming through and lookin’ good.” I think that description still fits 49 years later. This 1971 Plymouth Duster was found here on craigslist in Corona, California. The seller is asking… more»

37k Mile 1968 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S

  NOTE 9/18/20: Some of our astute readers are telling us this is not a real Formula S, but a 318 with a 340 added later along with the hood markings. The Formula S was a limited production of… more»

Rough Small Block: 1971 Plymouth Barracuda

It’s a shame that so many cars (and other products) get listed online, get sold and then the buyer backs out or disappears, for whatever reason. This 1971 Barracuda had the same experience, so the seller is giving it… more»

1-Of-255: Moulin Rouge 1970 Plymouth Barracuda

Third-generation Barracudas are popular here on Barn Finds. And for good reason, because they were well-liked during and after their time in the sun and aren’t as commonplace today as Mustangs or Camaros. This one is particularly rare because… more»

Stunning Survivor: 1960 Plymouth Fury

Some classic cars can tend to blend like a chameleon into the background, while some simply can’t. This 1960 Plymouth Fury Hardtop sits firmly in the latter category because it is a giant of a car that possesses real… more»

Sublime Project? 1970 Plymouth Barracuda

In 1970, the Plymouth Barracuda would finally get its own platform and lose the family resemblance to the grocery-getter Valiant. I always found these to be the most attractive of the pony cars, alongside its corporate cousin, the new… more»

1958 Plymouth Belvedere Survivor

I’ve always had a sweet spot for the 1957-59 “Forward Look” Plymouths. Especially the ‘58s because they looked better with the quad-headlights. The marketing slogan in those days was “Suddenly, it’s 1960!” because of the futuristic styling that Virgil… more»

Seldomly Seen: 1983 Plymouth Scamp GT

Among half cars/half pickups, what our friends down under refer to as a “ute”, there has been the Ford Ranchero, Chevrolet El Camino, Subaru Brat, VW Rabbit Sports Truck, Dodge Rampage, and the Plymouth Scamp. And the Scamp, though… more»

Running Project: 1971 Plymouth Duster 340

This 1971 Plymouth Duster 340 runs and drives, and it would appear that it wouldn’t take a lot of work to get it to the point where it could be used regularly. It does have some rust issues, but… more»

Stored 30 Years: 1978 Plymouth Volare

When the Volare was introduced by Plymouth for 1976 to replace the aging Valiant, Plymouth had high hopes. Those proved short-lived as the Volare and its Dodge clone, the Aspen, would become known for being some of the most… more»

Futuristic Fury: 1960 Plymouth Hardtop

Chrysler adopted the “Forward Look” styling for its 1957-59 models. They were futuristic, to say the least; in fact, Plymouth’s advertising slogan was “Suddenly, it’s 1960!” Well, 1960 finally came and what was Plymouth to do next? They kept… more»

Unrestored 1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda 4-Speed!

Plymouth set the bar high in 1970, shoe-horning the 426 cid “Elephant” Hemi into its new E-body ‘Cuda. Gone were the economy-car roots of the original Barracuda, replaced with a svelte and sexy pony car designed to bury the… more»

1971 Plymouth Duster Twister 340 4-Speed

Plymouth hit pay dirt with the new fastback Duster in 1970, designed to help the rather stodgy Valiant look cool. It worked so well that Dodge got a version of the car in 1971 called the Demon. The Duster… more»

No Reserve: 1970 Plymouth Cuda 340

The seller of this 1970 Plymouth Cuda says they purchased it in the 1980s from the second owner. There isn’t much information in the ad about how it has been kept for the past 35 years, but you can… more»