Plymouth Barn Finds

Gran Coupe 440 V8! 1970 Plymouth Barracuda

The Plymouth Barracuda was all-new in 1970 and the public responded with a 50% increase in sales. The Gran Coupe would be the “luxury” edition, which represented 15% of all deliveries that year. This restored edition differs from stock… more»

Original 340: 1971 Plymouth Road Runner

Some classic cars are more eye-catching than others, and this 1971 Plymouth Road Runner really grabs your attention. From its spotless exterior to its numbers-matching V8, it is a vehicle that has much to commend it. The owner has… more»

318 V8 Twister: 1972 Plymouth Duster

Looking to attract younger buyers to the rather plain Valiant, Plymouth added the Duster 2-door fastback in 1970. It accomplished its missile as Chrysler would produce nearly 1.3 million of the cars in seven years, plus a solid number… more»

Dry Arizona Survivor: 1972 Plymouth Duster

Finding a rust-free classic that would make a sound foundation for a project build can be a battle at times. However, that is what is on offer with this 1972 Plymouth Duster. It is a blank canvas for the… more»

1 of 2,500: 1966 Plymouth Valiant Convertible

  The second generation of the Valiant compact was winding down in 1966 as an all-new car was coming the following year. The Signet was the top-of-the-line Valiant and the convertible version of it only saw 2,507 built in… more»

Original Hemi: 1968 Plymouth Road Runner

It seems that the late 1960s were the glory days of the American muscle car scene. Emission laws and safety concerns hadn’t had an impact, and manufacturers were engaged in a game of one-upmanship in a bid to secure… more»

Small-Block Survivor: 1973 Plymouth Gold Duster

Wanting to give their customers a sporty compact car, the folks at Plymouth came up with the Duster, a 2-door fastback based on the Valiant. While it used the latter’s front clip, the car had all-new sheet metal from… more»

Two-Owner Project: 1972 Plymouth Barracuda

While most folks think that the Ford Mustang started the “pony car” movement, the Plymouth Barracuda beat them to the punch by 17 days. Based on the Valiant, the Barracuda carried on through 1969 with its Valiant connection and… more»

440 V8 6-Pack: 1970 Plymouth Road Runner

Plymouth’s Road Runner took the muscle car market by storm in 1968, with its raw performance in a budget package. If you were young, wanted a fast new car, and didn’t have a lot of money to spend, the… more»

440/6-Pack! 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda

The Plymouth Barracuda wore new styling for 1970 and had a new platform to boot, the E-body, which the new Dodge Challenger also used. This change enabled the Barracuda to shed the roots it had from the beginning with… more»

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»

Healthy 383: 1970 Plymouth Road Runner

Some restoration projects can be more demanding than others, but the most difficult ones can also be the most rewarding. That could be the case with this 1970 Plymouth Road Runner. It appears to be in mechanically good health,… 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»

Texas Barn Find: 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury 440

The owner of this 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury Hardtop found the vehicle hidden away in a Texas barn. He has gone through returning it to a roadworthy state, and after having his fun with it, he has decided that… more»

426 Wedge/4-Speed! 1964 Plymouth Belvedere

The opening image of this 1964 Plymouth Belvedere had me before I bothered to read the description. And the description, brief as it is, just pulls it all together. There is, what appears to be, some authenticity here so… more»

Original 383: 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda

When you look at classic cars from the muscle car era, I’ve always felt that Plymouth hit the nail on the head with the 3rd Generation Barracuda. Its low, wide stance looks rugged and muscular, while the aggressive grille… more»