A slideshow depicting the finding and restoring of my 1968 Barracuda. This is the first part of a current restoration. The car is an original 318 car that I am converting into a Formula S look-alike that will sport a stroked 340. See more at : http://robs68barracuda.com/
FOR SALE "TWO" 1968 Plymouth Barracuda 's (1) Notchback Coupe & (1) Fastback $2,500.
I have "TWO" 1968 Plymouth Barracuda 's (1) Notchback Coupe & (1) Fastback
... and TONS of parts
I, started with the 1968 Plymouth Barracuda Notchback Coupe ... i bought
this car to build a drag race car project & started to collect parts ... i
have the factory stock hood with hood inserts & barracuda fish emblem, (2)
grille's , lights, trim, (2) flip pop gas cap, radiator, wire harness,
orange high performance ignition box, all glass, sun visors, front bucket
seats & back seat, door panels ... has a ford 9 inch rear end , driveshaft
saftey loop, battery relocated to trunk & stock fuel tank ... car has all
original factory sheetmetal ... body does need body work ... the original
paint was too thin ... so, car was painted hemi orange to protect it & keep
it from elements ... just a quick scratch & paint " no body prep " car has
a couple dings & needs some rust / rot repairs ... radiator support, inner
fender aprons, frame rails, firewall, cowl, torque boxes, are all rust
free. floors are solid but, do have some pin holes. trunk floor needs a
small patch, both lower rear quarter need patch panels & small patch on
drivers front fender.
"NO TITLE" on hemi orange 'cuda, at this time ... registery will issue new
title with order from court house. last titled in 1993, have title #.
also, have a complete fresh big block mopar 400 motor, run as is or build a
500 hp / 500 ft - lb. 451 stroker motor by adding a tuned 440 crank ...
engine comes with extra edelbrock performer intake
i have alot of time, money & reseach, locating these parts & traveled all
over to gather this collection of MOPAR history.
also, have a 1968 BARRACUDA FASTBACK WITH CLEAN & CLEAR FLORIDA TITLE car
is worth building, you could rob all the parts from the orange notchback to
build the fastback.
Fastback has rust / rot in the lower rear quarters, small holes here &
there but very easy to patch ... trunk floor pretty solid, floor board,
needs a patch on drivers foot area, small spot on drivers inner fender
apron, 2 pin hole spots on windsheild cowl, panel bond separated where the
rear quarter reaches roof panel( small spot) needs new trunk lid underside
2 rare hard to find barracuda's pick the bodystyle you like & the other car
will be it's parts car ... cut out sheetmetal to patch the other ... also,
comes with brand new quarter skin panels ... v8 k-member frame, exhuast
call / text Steve 321-208-6667 open to cash offers ... $1,500. for hemi
orange 'cuda coupe with parts .... $750 for fastback 'cuda shell with clean
& clear title in hand .... $1,000. for the Mopar 400 motor ... WILL MAKE
AWESOME PACKAGE, IF YOU TAKE IT ALL $2,500.
1968 340-S Barracuda
1968 340-S Barracuda. 3:55 Sure Grip rear, 727 Torqueflite tranny,
purchased from original owner in 1981.
1969 Plymouth Barracuda S Fastback GrnZHAuction022213
This is the first time I remember seeing a "Formula S" version of the
Barracuda..it's not the "Cuda" version, for that comes with a heavy duty
suspension and four speed manual transmission. The hood is particularly
interesting with the twin non-functional scoops. This is the last year for
this styling for the Barracuda. I think it's very attractive. The split
grille is somewhat reminiscent of the Pontiac GTO.
1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Drag Racing 572 Ci 800+ Hp
Newest addition to Ken's fold! This 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda features a 572
cubic inch Hemi engine turning out over 800hp through a 4 speed G-Force
Transmission. This was the first time out with the car so still getting the
feel of things.
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1968 Plymouth Barracuda RESTO MOD Hemi 426 Mopar Muscle!
www.e-motorclassics.com This vehicle is a rotisserie nuts and bolts
restoration of a 1968 Barracuda that was rebuilt as a Super Stock Hemi
Barracuda resto-mod that was completed on August 5, 2006. Built by Rick
and Cheri Radu, owners of All American Muscle Cars, Ltd. and Cherrick
Performance Inc., are known throughout the show circuit and serious car
collectors for their high quality re-engineered resto-mod vehicles.
Introducing the AAMC '06/'68 Super Stock Hemi Barracuda "Rogue Elephant"
which has separated itself from all others and stands out from the crowd
with its fierce power and looks. Its aggressive stance dares to challenge
anyone who stands in its way with its 510 horsepower and 525 lbs./ft.
torque built for the street.
Certified All American Muscle Cars one-of-one never to be built again is a
true collector's piece for any enthusiast. This vehicle, built to be driven
on the street, is for anyone who wants to stand out and be noticed. A real
crowd pleaser and attention getter. The "Rogue Elephant" proved its
capability at its debut at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum in front of a
crowd of 300+ Mopar enthusiasts and DaimlerChrysler engineers. As quoted by
Don Goodwin, Senior Executive V.P. "this vehicle is impeccable and a true
tribute to a history making icon king of the strip."
The "Rogue Elephant" began with a solid and straight donor vehicle, an
original Barracuda Formula S vehicle that was procured from Southern Motors
Company in September of 2005.
www.allamericanmusclecars.com built it, www.e-motorclassics.com sold it.