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1964 Plymouth Barracuda Review
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Econo Muscle Car — Pure muscle car, 340 power, 4 speed fun, can have top shape car for less than 10 K. Shure, the handling was good in 1964..., lots of room for four with luggage. Can't talk about fuel economy, but with the four speed, have nice mpg

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: distinctive  low price muscle car

Cons: slow down curve ahead

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First Car. — Fun, outrageous styling. 14.4 sq.ft. rear window. My first car. Those were the days!

Pros: Neat, different, easy to work on.

Cons: Hard to find trim parts.

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1974 Plymouth Barracuda Reviews

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1973 Plymouth Barracuda Reviews

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1972 Plymouth Barracuda Reviews

Love... Hehehehehehe... Pure Love By Mark

I love the look, power, style, stomping newer mustangs, Camaros, and all the other toys out there off the line and thru the quarter or eighth mile track lights... Yes it cost a few dollars to restore ... Read More

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1971 Plymouth Barracuda Reviews

Amazing, Beautiful ,eye Catching ... By Mark

Considering I paid with taxes 4,300 dollars brand new and todays value would be in the 100,000 dollar plus range speaks for it self .. .I kept the car Factory Stocked except for deep dish Mag Wheels... Read More

1971 Barracuda With A Big Block 426 Hemi By David

The performance is excellent, it has needed a few repairs, it is a beautiful car, its gas mileage isn't that great, the car is amazing and turns quite the amount of heads. It costs a lot to insure and... Read More

1970 Plymouth Barracuda Reviews

The 'cuda Aar By Moparx2

My second new automobile A good conversation piece Car recieved alot attention The car drove and handled great, but aliitle hard to get in the back seat Performance was good for the motor size Could... Read More

My High School Cuda By scott02558

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