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NO RESERVE: 1966 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA 360 4-SPEED

Winning Bid:
$18,000

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NO RESERVE: 1966 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA 360 4-SPEED

Winning Bid: $18,000 (USD) by: meltonsautosales

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Auction Type:  No Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

BP29B62704918

Location:

Reno, Nevada

Odometer:

33,113 (Mi)

Lot Number:

4480422

Engine:

360ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

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Vehicle Story

This 1966 Plymouth Barracuda underwent a restoration approximately eight years ago and is now powered by a 360ci V8 paired with a factory 4-speed manual gearbox. The 4-barrel carburetor was rebuilt, and the car has a new ignition, coil, seats, and Redline tires. A Hurst shifter has been added since the seller acquired the car two years ago from a private Barracuda collection in Dallas, Texas. This red over red Barracuda is offered with a clean Nevada title in the seller's name.

The Barracuda received new taillamps and front sheet metal for 1966, and this example is finished in red with black Rallye stripes and new chrome bumpers. Photos show the condition of the paint in close-up.

New Redline tires are mounted on 14" wheels with dog-dish hubcaps and chrome beauty rings.

The interior is trimmed in new red vinyl buckets up front and a bench in the rear with matching carpet, dash, and headliner. Chrome treatments include the gauge cluster, center console seat edges, sills, and horn ring. A Hurst brushed aluminum T-handle shifter and Harley Davidson floor mats have been added under the seller's ownership.

This Barracuda is equipped with the upgraded gauge package, which includes the standard temperature and fuel gauges and a 120mph speedometer, plus oil pressure and temperature gauges. An additional aftermarket oil pressure gauge is fitted below the radio delete cover.

The car originally left the factory with a 273ci V8, which was replaced with a 360ci V8 during the restoration. The engine is mated to the original A833 4-speed manual gearbox. Additional work included a rebuild of the Holley "double-pumper" 650 cfm carburetor at Bob Oliver's Competition Carburetion in Sun Valley, Nevada, and a new radiator, electronic ignition, and coil.

The factory high-performance exhaust manifolds are connected to dual pipes with Flowmaster Turbo 40 mufflers. Handling and stopping are managed by rack and pinion steering and 4-wheel drum brakes.

Of potential interest is the existence of the "Vehicle Certicard" located in a sleeve inside the engine bay. The CERTICARD identified the VIN, select option codes, and the original owners name, address, and delivery date for warranty purposes.

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Comments & Questions

March 06, 2021
06:28 AM
Seller

@Papaed78 – Had one in high school. Many memories!! ...

Papaed78. My buddy had one in high school too good times

March 06, 2021
06:16 AM

Had one in high school. Many memories!!

March 04, 2021
10:43 AM
Seller

@goatrunner400 – I had a Red 1967 Barracuda in the 1980s changed it over to 4 speed Muncie from automatic and the 273 to a 1969 340 that was gone through by Marty Butler to Full Race 0.60 over this baby popped wheelies and held it in all 4 gears laid rubber all the way down the road Smoking!!! Loved It!!! ...

Thanks goatrunner400 I hate to sell the 66 cuda your cuda sounds great

March 04, 2021
12:43 AM

I had a Red 1967 Barracuda in the 1980s changed it over to 4 speed Muncie from automatic and the 273 to a 1969 340 that was gone through by Marty Butler to Full Race 0.60 over this baby popped wheelies and held it in all 4 gears laid rubber all the way down the road Smoking!!! Loved It!!!

March 03, 2021
06:19 PM
Seller

@cash – @drakedog1 I like the color and love the sound in your YouTube video. Great ride! ...

Thank you that car sounds great runs even better. Thank You Cash 😃

March 03, 2021
02:44 PM

@drakedog1 I like the color and love the sound in your YouTube video. Great ride!

March 03, 2021
12:02 PM
Seller

@GriffSC – @VinnyGTO Ditto! This would look in anyone's garage. GLWTS! ...

Thank you guys

March 02, 2021
01:55 PM

@VinnyGTO Ditto! This would look in anyone's garage. GLWTS!

March 02, 2021
11:41 AM
Bidder

I can’t believe this car has a rare four-speed in it. The paint looks fabulous on it. I love the body style in the car. Would look great in my garage

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