(Restoration of a 1967 Plymouth Barracuda) PROJECT FISH - PART 01
Outside of my airsoft hobby, I have this one. "Muscle" cars. Funny, in THIS generation, it is called "muscle" cars..... Way back then, it was just a car.....
Maybe this generation discerns the difference between "ricer", "rice burner", "tuners", "classic car" and "muscle cars".
This is my friends 1967 Plymouth Barracuda. It will be a LOW COST, ground-up restoration. No media blasting, not even sand blasting. Cannot afford that "luxury". I will be using various ways to remove the old paint, and spot checking for rust holes.
Part one is rust check and paint removal. As well as showing the small block 340 that will go in the car affter we prep and paint the "engine compartment.....
This is the first of MANY videos that will span the course of over one year!
(Restoring a Classic 1967 Plymouth Barracuda) PROJECT FISH - PART 02
ENOUGH of sanding and grinding! Use the caustic and hazardous PAINT
STRIPPER! YEAH! Will do the job 87% faster!
Also used is a muriatic acid wash that will stop rust at the end of another
Classic Car Restoration: How To Block Sand Bondo With Air Tools-Part 1
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(Restoring a Classic 1967 Plymouth Barracuda) - PROJECT FISH - PART 03
The finishing touches of a two day project, until the next time we hve the
SAME days off! Finishing the engine compartment.
1966 Plymouth Barracuda formula S equipped with automatic and 273 V8.
1966 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S 2dr Hardtop for sale by RAG MOTORS in
Arkansas City KS.