1969 Plymouth Barracuda, it still has at least 90% of its original paint. The car was first sold by Hacienda Chrysler Plymouth Inc. in California. In 1986 the car was exported to Canada and in 2019, I imported the car back to the USA. Over the last year, I brought it really close to its original condition. The engine is year and date correct, was professionally rebuilt by "Kammer and Kammer" Racing in Dayton/Ohio, has around 1000 miles on it, and runs perfectly. I also rebuild/renewed the year correct 904 transmission, suspension, and drivetrain. All metal panels on the car are original, the quarter panels are "rust-free", so is the floor pan, and are the front fenders. The only part I know of that has been partially repainted, is the passenger door, but that was some 50 years ago.
The original power steering with a Frim Feel stage II upgrade in combination with the 2:76 rear axle gear ratio, is a perfect setup for road trips on country roads and highways. That is exactly what the car is intended for - to drive.
I wanted to build a “reliable” classic car, as close as possible to original and that is what I am offering here. There are no fluid leaks, no vibrations, or other issues, typically found on classic cars. The car has a clear Ohio title, is registered under my name, and insured through Hagerty Classic Car Insurance.
About the Barracuda:
· 1969 Plymouth Barracuda, 2 door fastback
· Dark Bronze Metallic Exterior Color
· Factory Luxury, Vinyl Bucket Seats, Tan
· Factory Rallye Instrument Cluster Package
· 8 ¾ rear axle housing with Moser axles and 489 rear end - 2:76 ratio
· heavy-duty leaf springs
· newly and professionally rebuilt, year and date correct LA318 engine – dyno tested with all receipts and photo documentation (pistons .030 over)
· new Duralast AGM battery
· newly rebuilt 3-speed automatic transmission (904)
· new torque converter (Precision of New Hampton)
· new front carpet, the rest of the interior is quite original and in very good condition