1967 Plymouth Barracuda
1967 Barracuda Fastback. Lets start with the negatives. Trunk has rust, ood used replacement panel included. Fuel gauge doesn't work despite installing a new tank and sending unit. Dash lights don't work. Some rust in floorboards as can be seen in the pictures. Drivers side just a few pin holes. Passengers side two larger holes but I think you can patch without replacing the whole floor. Drivers side door hasminor rust bubblingas does the lower passenger side fender, ot bad but there. The good. Previous owner had both quarters replaced so they are good. I put a minor dent right above the gas cap putting in the new tank. Rebuilt 273 as per previous owner with 2000 miles on it when I bought I and I believe it as it runs really well. Bottom end pretty much stock with a bit of a cam added.I added the Edlebrock intake and carb, etronix ignition, luminum radiator. I switched to the newer style water pump installing a Mopar high flow unit. Flowmaster exhaust off the stock manifolds. Small bolt pattern wheels with low mileage BFG's. Drum brakes all around. Interior in good shape replaced three years ago. I do have the original steering wheel. Carpet okay. The paint looks much better in the pictures. It appears the previous owner did a lot of the painting when the car was apart. The radiator support, ngine compartment, tc all match up. The firewall gaskets and both front and rear window look to have been replaced as well.I haven't put to many miles on it in the last four years of ownership.I did a 100 mile poker run, ut other than that it has justbeen cruised around town and to various meets.It is a very solid car worthy of taking to the next level. I'm only selling due to the purchase of a 1969 Convertible Barracuda. This vehicle is sold with the standard disclaimer of being in as in condition with no express guarantees or warrantees. I have described the vehicle to the best of my ability and feel it is accurately represented . All sales final.