1970 Plymouth Barracuda 440
Here wehave a barracuda my partner has hoarded away since he got it. This cool car is hard to find! I traded itfor a bubble top impala. Nobody could believe my good fortune. My partner lost it when it camehome. He called me at 7am to say hecouldn't sleep and promptly sold his gtx to seal the deal. We call it carsomnia when you justcan't catch a wink of shut eye because your favorite ride is on the chopping block. There has been about $5grand in recent upgrades. Total front end rebuild andthe addition of wilwood discs. The 440 canlaunch the car pretty hard. We traded a coronet convert just for the grille. There is some more lifting to be done. The interior is a little sunbleached from the hot location we found it in. Not rusty. The Bcuda has been sitting for a few years as wehave been turning out project car after project car and as you know, thehousepainters house is never painted. Rus sold his BB 68 camaro in 3 days and this mopar may or may not go the same way. Its his last keeper and if you expect to pry it from his clenched fist keep your low offers to yourself. We have given plenty of deals away and ifyou want this car its not a fire sale by any means. The price is what it is, "As Is". The paint job is decent but has plenty of flaws. There are minor chips, scratches, some overspray and more. Please check our feedback and other auctions. This is a prize piece that will make your garage a place of joy. Pull the trigger and pull the pistol grip down into second as you incinerate the tires, Bang! with no regrets, harris.