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1968 Plymouth Barracuda

Auction: 2022 Fall Carlisle Auction

Year: 1968

Make: Plymouth

Model: Barracuda


Exterior Color: Green

Interior Color: Black


Engine Size: 273

Transmission: Automatic

1968 Plymouth Barracuda 1-owner original paint project car. No guesswork, no surprises, what you see is what you get. This one is unmolested and purrs like a kitten with an untouched 273 and automatic. This is a complete running ‘68 with rare disc brake option. It was purchased from the original owner. Perfect resto project or mondernize to your taste. Includes photos of the original lady owner. Dave saved this one knowing it’s thousands cheaper to build than a car that’s been chopped up, cut and poorly body-worked. You’ll find no mess and cut up components like when 5-guys put in 10 different radios. This little Barracuda, still has all its original components. The windows all roll smoothly, the lights all work and the fold down rear seat and trunk divider work like they should. Starts easily, no smoke no rattles. Although it’s original, the only thing stopping us from calling it a survivor is the rust and few dings. Rare chance to get one of these early examples of the outstanding Barracuda, the way we used to find them 25-years ago.

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