AutoHunter Highlight: 1967 Plymouth Barracuda System S Fastback


Featured on AutoHunter, the web public sale platform pushed by, is that this 1967 Plymouth Barracuda System S fastback. It’s powered by a 383cid V8 paired to a four-speed guide transmission. Options on this car embrace entrance disc brakes, Cragar mags, Hurst shifter, and MSD ignition system, amongst others. Completed in darkish bronze over a black vinyl inside, this second-generation Barracuda is obtainable by the promoting vendor with the unique Certicard and a transparent title.

The Darkish Copper metallic (code H) exterior, reportedly with the unique sheet metallic, is alleged to be rust-free. Options System S and 383 badging, later-model stainless entrance and rear windshield trim, antenna, twin mirrors, rocker moldings, and twin exhaust system. In response to the promoting vendor, the chrome has been restored and the stainless trim has been polished.

Fifteen-inch Cragar S/S chrome wheels are wrapped in BFGoodrich redline tires.

Initially fitted with Copper upholstery (code H6K), this Barracuda’s bucket-seat inside now options black vinyl, together with the fold-down rear bench. Different options embrace aluminum door sill plates, LED sprint lighting, woodgrain-look trim, AM radio, and Hurst shifter.

Instrumentation consists of a 150-mph speedometer, 6,000-rpm tachometer, and auxiliary gauges for the gas degree, coolant temperature, oil strain, and voltage. The five-digit mechanical odometer at the moment reads 61,778 miles.

The rebuilt, reportedly numbers-matching 280-horsepower 383 bears casting quantity 2468130-9. It’s fed by a four-barrel carburetor and has been upgraded with an MSD digital ignition system, aftermarket camshaft, and balanced aluminum driveshaft. The promoting vendor notes that this Barracuda has the proper exhaust manifolds, manufacturing unit chrome valve covers and air cleaner, and re-cored three-core radiator.. Energy is transferred to the rear wheels by way of a rebuilt, reportedly numbers-matching four-speed guide transmission and three.23 Certain-Grip differential.

The entrance suspension has been rebuilt. Stopping energy comes from guide disc brakes up entrance, drums within the rear.

Beneath you’ll find a video supplied by the promoting vendor displaying the outside, engine bay, trim tag decoding, start-up, inside overview, ride-along, and drive-by.

The public sale for this 383-powered 1967 Plymouth Barracuda System S fastback ends Wednesday, December 27, 2023 at 1:45 p.m. (MST)

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