1967 Plymouth Barracuda
Why This Car Is Special
If you want a classic Mopar but with upgraded performance and creature comforts, then look no more because we have just what you want with the slick 1967 Plymouth Barracuda we have here at Skyway Classics.
Look under the hood and you will see a fresh maxed-out small block Mopar engine with all kind of speed goodies.
It has polished valve covers and open element air cleaner, the added performance from an performance four-barrel carburetor on an Edelbrock aluminum intake, long tube headers that add power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust, performance plumbing, performance distributor and ignition components, polished air conditioning compressor and alternator, Optima Battery, and much, much more.
It has good supporting components like the upgraded pulleys, oversize radiator, and all sitting in the clean detailed, painted, and modified engine compartment, backed by a H.D. automatic transmission and rear end.
Inside the Cuda is a custom white interior featuring twin front buckets with matching rea seat, door panels, AM/FM/ stereo system with a speaker system you have to hear to believe, cold-blowing air conditioning, center console, custom steering wheel, and a full factory gauge package w/tach in the middle.
1967 was the first year for the second-generation Barracuda and the fastback styling was revised to look like it was ready to cheat the wind. The body has nice fitment and the subtle black paint gives it plenty of shine and looks great.
It has the two-piece split front end and grill that always made it look far wider than the Mustang or Camaro. The fenders, hood louvers, and the unique wide rear panel give it the mean look too.
It rides on custom 5-spoke mag wheels with performance black wall tires all around.
This slick 1967 Plymouth Barracuda we have here at Skyway Classics is a Mopar that is the ideal mix of power, poise, and sharp looks that you are looking for.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.