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Hemmings Find of the Day – 1969 Plymouth Barracuda

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Restomodded 13-second 1969 Plymouth Barracuda for sale on From the seller’s description:

built by the owner -a clone- from two donor cars originating from the western US. The 383 Formula S 4 speed Coupe donor car came from Hillsboro, Oregon when new and was one of 98 US shipments. The original owner brought the car to Michigan where it endured 15 + winters and rusted away. The rusty car body BH23H9B172409 was scrapped and all the VIN & data tags were removed, & preserved and are available for inspection. Extensive documentation is available including the original build sheet, window sticker, prep sheet, and warranty & manuals. The Body donor car -absolutely no rust-was an original 225 slant six 3 speed column shift that came from Tucson, AZ in 1991. Completed clone includes several low buck modifications including: Suspension sway bar & bushings upgrade, front disc brake conversion, Petronix electronic ignition, and several Mopar Performance engine parts including camshaft P4452993. The rear axle is a sure grip with 3.55:1 ratio. The Car has been driven twice to and from the ’97 & ’00 MOPar Nationals. The car has been drag raced at the Pure Stock Muscle Car Drags in 2007 & 2016 and achieved a best ET of 13.99 @ 100 MPH. Aftermarket Kenwood AM/FM Radio with cassette player and speakers in the rear shelf only. Black vinyl bucket Seats, Fire Extinguisher, Full Vehicle Cover, Full-size spare tire in the large bolt pattern. The four tires on the ground are: 215-60-R15″ front BF Goodrich Comp TA on 6″ wide rims & rear are 235-60-R15″ BF Goodrich Comp TA drag radials on 7″ wide rims.

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Holland, Michigan
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