1967 Plymouth BARRACUDA FORMULA S COUPE
1967 Plymouth Barracuda, Twin Turbo, 825HP, PWR Steering & Brakes, A/C, Auto!!!
This 1967 Barracuda Formula S Coupe looks fairly original and is the ultimate Sleeper.
Under the hood lurks a modern 5.7L Hemi with 6.1L Heads and internal components. With the optional Methanol Injection and Twin Turbos, this beast is rated at 825 Horsepower at the rear wheels.
Finished in Hunter Green, this Barracuda is easy to drive with Power Steering, Power Brakes and A/C.
Additional Features Are:
- Pearl White Leather Seats, Black Headliner and Carpet
- 3 Speed Automatic Transmission with Electric Overdrive
- Power Steering
- Power Front Disc Brakes w/Wilwood Master
- New Classic A/C
- 8 3/4 Sure Grip Rear End with 3.54 Gears
- Electric Fan
- Electric Fuel Pump
- Methanol Tank in Trunk
- Relocated Battery In Trunk
This is a great opportunity on a very fun car to drive!!!!
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About the Barracuda:
The Plymouth Barracuda is a two-door pony car manufactured by Plymouth from 1964 to 1974.
The second-generation Barracuda, built from 1967 to 1969, though still Valiant-based, was heavily redesigned. Body designs were now available in fastback, hardtop coupé, and convertible versions.
The second-generation Barracuda, now a 108 in wheelbase A-body, still shared many components with the Valiant but was stylishly redesigned with model-specific sheet metal, and a convertible and hardtop coupe joining the original fastback offering.
The new Barracuda was chiefly the work of John E. Herlitz and John Samsen, with Coke-bottle side contours and heavily revised front and rear ends. Design cues included a concave rear deck panel, wider wheel openings, curved side glass, and S-curved roof pillars on the hardtop.
The rear portion of the roof on the fastback coupe was more streamlined, and the back glass, raked at a substantially horizontal angle, was much smaller compared with that of the previous model. Also, the use of chrome trim on the external sheet metal was more restrained.
During this time the first U.S. Federal auto safety standards were phased in, and Chrysler's response to the introduction of each phase distinguishes each model year of the second-generation Barracuda:
1967: no side marker lamps or reflectors and backup lights on the rear valance by the license plate.
1968: round side marker lamps without reflectors, mostly white tail lamps with backup lights in the tail lamp housing.
1969: little tweak on the front grill, rectangular side marker reflectors without lamps, and the backup lamps were moved back to the rear valance by the license plate.
As the pony-car class became established and competition increased, Plymouth began to revise the Barracuda's engine options.
In 1967, while the 225 cu in (3.7 L) slant-6 was still the base engine, the V8 options ranged from the two- and four-barrel versions of the 273 cu in (4.5 L) to a seldom-ordered 383 cu in (6.3 L) "B" big-block, rated at 280 bhp (209 kW), the latter available only with the Formula S package.
Some points of interest with the 1967 Cudas were that the front and rear bumpers were identical. They have the same license plate indent and mounting bracket.
- BARRACUDA FORMULA S COUPE
- Engine Size
- 5.7 Liter HEMI V8
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