Plymouth Was Out To Win You Over With Many New And Redesigned Models In 1967.
Barracuda Was A New Line This Year And They Had Curvy Flowing Features And Fresh New Styling From Previous Years Valiant.
It Was Styled Chiefly By John E. Herlitz And John Samsen. It Was Less Rectilinear Than The Valiant, With Coke-Bottle Side Contours And Heavily Revised Front And Rear End Styling.
Production Of Only 4,228 Barracuda Convertibles For 1967.
273 ci V8 Engine
Automatic Transmission With Floor Shift
Full Instrumentation Including Tachometer
Aluminum Mopar Valve Covers
Stock Exhaust Manifold
Heater / Defroster
AM Push Button Radio
Grille Mounted Rally Lights
Seat Belts Front And Rear
Paint In Dark Blue Metallic
Black Bucket Seat Interior
Black Power Convertible Top With Glass Back Window And Matching Boot
BFG Radial TA Raised White Letter Tires With Mopar Wheel Covers
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