Plymouth Barracuda Hemi
I believe a 1967-69? I never saw the engine. This was at the 2007 Turkey
Run at Daytona International Speedway. (last one I've been to, haven't
been to any others because of other shows or couldn't get the time off)
1967 Formula S Plymouth Barracuda - Redefining Mopar muscle cars
This black 1967 Formula S Plymouth Barracuda is a driver's car and owner
John Rocks proudly displays it at local car shows. John refers to his work
as a restofication, meaning that it may not be a number 1 show car but it
looks almost as good as new. John is an expert in Mopars and ells the story
about how he worked on Mopars as a young man and we show pictures of his
original 1967 convertible Plymouth Barracuda. We also get a peak at his
white 1967 Plymouth Barracuda coupe. The contrast of these two cars sitting
side by side is pretty special. Hang in there and take an afternoon drive
with John as he shows off the cornering performance of his black Formula S
Plymouth Barracuda. The white Barracuda is not too happy about it but you
can only drive one car at a time.
This video includes the use of a camera jib (crane) for some incredibly
smooth shots. The use of the GoPro was a learning experience as this was
the first time we used it to capture some scenes of John and his car
speeding around corners. This is one videographer that had to hold on tight
and some of the footage was not usable as I went flying around in my seat.
Enjoy the Ride,
'Cuda Brothers - Preserving the Barracuda Legend
Produced by Vidimation
Plymouth Cuda 1/4 mile CRASH at Sparta
Went to St Thomas dragway was video taping some car's got this crash.
taping was a bit shaky missed the impact but can still see the car flip.
St Thomas dragway. Test and Tune
May 5 2012
SUBSCRIBE! MORE VIDEOS TO COME!
UHHHH BARRACUDA!!! 1967 Plymouth Barracuda - $16,950
Cool muscle car is being sold to settle an estate. This 1967 Plymouth
Barracuda is powered by a high pro 318, has the stock A/T,323 gears in the
rear end and drum brakes all around. It has been completely gone through
ad all is new and high pro products were used.
There is going to be a spec sheet in a .pdf file on our main website
www.fabulous50sclassics.com . The stunning blue paint is flawless as you
can see by the reflections and the white interior is just show stopping.
Attention to detail was given right down to the Exhaust headers. Speaking of those—papa did
them up good! He made them so they would open and close. So, let's say
you are out rumbling around and get pulled over for noise. You can flip
the toggle to close them and say—it wasn't me officer! Well—in theory
that sounds good anyway! You really need to come check this one out!
Vehicle information above is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. All
vehicles are offered subject to an independent inspection and an appraisal
if desired. Financing is available through JJ Best Banc. Delivery
arrangements are available.
Do you have a classic car or truck or muscle car for sale? Please give us
a call! 503-855-4345 or 1-888-597-6719 ask for Jim.
Junkyard 'Cuda Rescue, With Nitrous Oxide! - Roadkill Episode 11
On this episode of Roadkill, David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan of HOT ROD
magazine fly out of town, buy a car from a junkyard, make it run and drive,
do burnouts, add Nitrous, drag race
twice, almost die, and the auction off the car at the end. The scene begins
at CTC Auto Ranch in Denton, Texas, where the guys score a '67 Plymouth
Barracuda with a 360 V8, but without a carburetor, interior, glass, or
brakes. By the time they sort out a number of other mechanical woes,
they're off for some burnouts and some racing at North Star Dragway, right
next to the Auto Ranch. Then it's a 300-mile drive to Houston for the NMCA
Lone Star Nationals race. But, as you've come to expect from these guys,
that doesn't exactly go smoothly. But then they add NOS Nitrous and it makes everything ok as they hang
out with Jeff Lutz and Tim Reed from HOT ROD Drag Week right before they
have to sell the car and hit the plane home.
Roadkill appears every fourth Friday on the new Motor Trend channel.
Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action!
Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag &
Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend & http://twitter.com/hotrodmagazine
Google+ - https://plus.google.com/101867967859016552744/posts
Website - http://www.motortrend.com & http://www.hotrod.com