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1966 Plymouth Barracuda 

1966 Plymouth Barracuda for sale
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1966 Plymouth Barracuda Sports Hardtop with the Premium Package(Formula S). Chrysler launched the Barracuda in 1965 to compete with the success of Ford's Mustang, Ford out sold Chrysler so Chrysler fought back in 1965 with the four-barrel Commando 273. A hotter camshaft and Carter carburetion bumped horsepower up to 235. A three-speed manual transmission was standard with the 273; a four-speed or TorqueFlite automatic was optional in the Foumula S. Axle ratios varied, but most customers opted for 3.23:1 gears behind their 273s. These Barracudas started at a modest $2571. To Plymouth's credit, it recognized that not all performance is measured in straight-line acceleration. Thus, Barracuda's optional Formula S sports package. It included the Commando 273; a tachometer; heavy-duty shocks, springs and sway bar; and Goodyear Blue Streak tires on wide-rim 14-inch wheels (replacing the usual 13-inchers). Front disc brakes and under dash air conditoner could be installed by dealers. Circular �Formula S� medallions on the fender identified the package, and many were ordered with the racing stripe that was a regular Barracuda option. As you will see from the many pictures, this Barracuda is in excellent orginal condition(small dent on roof) and is rust free. SOLD

$12,500

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