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clairecut
New Driver

1967 Barracuda Convertible

Enjoyable Cruiser. Engine work, suspension work, and new tires. Optioned nicely with bucket seats, floor shifter, floor console and rally gauges. Power top works well. Interior and top have been replaced. Performance 318 automatic.20200801_142504 (1).jpg20200801_142618 (1).jpg20200801_142517 (1).jpg20200801_143935 (1).jpg20200801_144000 (1).jpg20191212_151133.jpg20191212_151106.jpg20191212_151249.jpg

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Sajeev
Community Manager

Very clean Cuda!  Thank you for sharing, I love how original it looks on the outside with those wheels! 

Guitar74
Gearhead

What a great ride. I love the '67-'69 Barracuda. I always wanted a fastback Formula S. 

HHCO
Intermediate Driver

Very nice to see these cars,kind of forgotten in shadow of 1970-1971 cars,should good cruiser

DUB6
Instructor

My favorite Barracuda style also.  I know a lady with a notchback that I've fallen for (the car, not the lady).  But a droptop would be ideal as a summer cruiser.  I notice a trophy in the back seat, so it's appreciated by some judges as well!

Guitar74
Gearhead

There used to be a kind of  almost teal green Formula S notchback that ran around here. Great looking car. You can really see how the Abody Barracuda (especially the fastback) morphed into the Duster and Demon/Dart Sport.