The oil crisis of the 1970s marked a significant shift in the automotive industry, leading to a transition away from large-displacement engines and the temporary decline of American muscle cars. During this time, fuel-efficient Japanese vehicles emerged as a solution to the energy crisis. However, we are fortunate to have in our possession a remarkable reminder of the bygone era when American automotive giants roamed the streets without much regard for fuel efficiency. Introducing the exquisite 1973 Plymouth Barracuda, a true embodiment of the muscle car legacy. Fitted with a swapped 360ci V8 and documented mileage of 42,000 miles, this classic American beauty is poised to be cherished and admired, or driven with pure delight to your heart's content.
During the era when Ford Mustangs and Chevrolet Camaros dominated the pony car market, standing out with distinctive automotive design was no easy feat. Yet, the Plymouth Barracuda managed to captivate attention both in its time and even today. The 1973 Plymouth Barracuda we proudly present showcases a striking two-tone exterior, combining vibrant yellow and sleek black. The black vinyl top adds a touch of 70s nostalgia, complemented by a stylish black stripe kit that runs across the car. Enhancing its period charm are rear window louvers, a dual scoop hood, and a set of Rallye wheels. Stepping inside this 1973 Plymouth Barracuda, you'll be greeted by a well-maintained black interior that preserves the car's original trim. The period-correct steering wheel commands attention, overseeing the vital gauges. Notably, the current owner has thoughtfully added an automatic center console shifter, a tasteful enhancement to the interior.
Concealed beneath the captivating exterior of this 1973 Plymouth Barracuda lies an unleashed beast awaiting its new owner. Unveiling the heart of the machine, the hood reveals a formidable 360 CI V8 engine, a swap that brings even more power to this classic muscle car. To complement the striking exterior, the current owner has added a Mopar Engine Dress-Up Kit, featuring performance-enhancing components such as a Mopar performance air filter housing and valve covers. Transmitting the raw power to the rear wheels is a 727 Torqueflite Automatic Transmission, ensuring smooth and precise gear shifts for an exhilarating driving experience.
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