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1974 Plymouth BarracudaReview
Dallas writes:

Everyone Needs To Ride Or Drive One Of These Classics. — There is nothing like cruising in a classic muscle car. The power and response of the V8 is awesome. The cost to purchase or restore one of these is not cheap. Of course, your return on the investment is great. There will always be a demand for the classic muscle cars of this era. See ya on the drive.

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

Pros: Classic Muscle Car

Cons: Gas mileage is not even something we think about.

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1974 Plymouth BarracudaReview
James writes:

Fast, Rumbles, Vibrates — last of the true muscle cars, built for one thing accelerating hard and looking good

Pros: horsepower, handling, sleek design

Cons: gas guzzling

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1974 Plymouth Barracuda Review
Clazer1 says:
I have a 74 all original 318 Car 3 speed auto. Bigger cam, intake and carb and I love it! It’s my daily driver, unless it rains *
vs1967 Pontiac Firebird
1974 Plymouth Barracuda winning categories:
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  • Handling
  • Looks/Style
  • Front Seats
  • Back Seats
  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
  • Would Buy
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1973 Plymouth Barracuda Reviews

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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

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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

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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

With the exception of finding available parts to maintain this vehicle over time I have repaired most things myself through out the years. One thing I love about this car I don't have to use my hand ... Read More

1969 Plymouth Barracuda Reviews

Trouble And Fun In Equal Measures By Tristan

This car wasa restoration, it was stripped completely and painted, and put back together from the best parts of 3 cars. Engine died from oil starvation in first week, eventually found a good engine t... Read More

My First - I'll Never Forget You By Kelly5078

I had the fastback, with a 318; it was my first car. I drove it for 80,000 miles, then sold it to a friend who put another 80,000 on it. Not bad for a '60s American car. This thing took off like a ... Read More

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