1971 Plymouth Barracuda

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

 

383 Cu In w/ Solid Lifter Cam

MSD Distributor

4 Speed Manual Transmission

Aluminum Radiator

3.55 Sure Trac Rear

Drum Brakes

High Rise Intake

Holley Carb

BF Goodrich Radial T/As

Rotisserie Restoration

 

 

 

We are extremely proud to present this incredible 1971 Plymouth Barracuda which was a real 383 from the factory as proven by the VIN#. It has been badged as a 'Cuda.  The current owner purchased the car about 7 years ago shortly after the restoration. This car was a rotisserie restoration and there is no Bondo on the car. It is really one of the nicest cars we've seen.   It looks to have several coats of paint and clear. It is so well done, it looks like it was just completed yesterday.  

For those of you in our area, please be sure to stop in to McGee's Country Store for a quick breakfast or lunch, or just a cold drink.Great homemade food, and friendly service. Family owned since 1976.  The interior is very nicely done on the 71.  The Hurst Pistol Grip shifter helps shift through the gears effortlessly.  There is a new upgraded radio and speakers. The gauges are all working.

The grill was a major change from the 70 Barracuda.  There is no fender tag, so we don't know if the color is original, but it doesn't matter. The Sassy Grass Green is the perfect color, and one of the most desired colors.  The 383 was rebuilt and has less than 3000 miles since then. It is not believed to be the original engine.   The car runs cool with the aluminum radiator. We had it idling a bit during videos, and it never got much above 180.

The rear end and transmission were also rebuilt during the restoration.  Please enjoy a few more of our detailed shots of this awesome Plymouth.  The BF Goodrich T/As are P225/60R15 102S in the rear and P225/60R15 95S in the front. All 4 tires and wheels are in excellent condition.  

For those of you who don't know how to decode this vin#

 

B- Plymouth Barracuda

H- High Price Class

23- 2 Door Hardtop

N- 383 1 4bbl Carb V-8

1- Model year 1971

B-Hamtrack, MI plant

222382- Consecutive Unit #

 One of the very few minor flaws on the car is a scratch on the windshield from the wiper.   

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