1967 Plymouth Barracuda Super Stock Inspired Tribute. 506 cubic inch V8 engine, Edelbrock aluminum heads and intake, Demon 4 barrel carburetor, MSD electronic ignition, Lunati Voodoo cam, heavy duty aluminum radiator, color keyed engine bay, TTI ceramic coated headers, ceramic coated dual exhaust, front disc brakes, 727 automatic transmission with reverse manual valve body, Dana 60 rear end with 410 gears, Moser axels, heavy duty relocated rear springs, lizards skin coated under carriage, 15” Centerline machined alloy wheels with Mickey Thompson P275/60/R15 rear tires, smoked gray bumpers and trim, Standox Tangerine Pearl Mist exterior, lift off Hemi style hood with prop rods, light weight glass deck lid, black bucket seat interior, Cheetah shifter, roll bar, Autometer gauge package. This is a one of a kind build won’t hang around long so call us today for all the details on this very special car!!!
The second-generation Barracuda, now a 108 in (2,743 mm) wheelbase A-body, still shared many components with the Valiant but was stylishly redesigned with model-specific sheet metal, and a convertible and hardtop coupe joining the original fastback offering.
The new Barracuda was chiefly the work of John E. Herlitz and John Samsen, with Coke-bottle side contours and heavily revised front and rear ends. Design cues included a concave rear deck panel, wider wheel openings, curved side glass, and S-curved roof pillars on the hardtop. The rear portion of the roof on the fastback coupe was more streamlined, and the back glass, raked at a substantially horizontal angle, was much smaller compared with that of the previous model. Also, the use of chrome trim on the external sheet metal was more restrained.
in 1968, Chrysler made approximately fifty fastback Barracudas equipped with the 426 cu in (7.0 L) Hemi for Super Stock drag racing. These cars were assembled by Hurst Performance and featured items such as lightweight Chemcor side glass, fiberglass front fenders, hood scoop, lightweight seats, sound deadener, and other street equipment such as rear seats omitted. An included sticker indicated that the car was not for use on public roads; it could run the quarter-mile in the mid-tens in 1968.