1967 Plymouth Barracuda
The 1967 Plymouth Barracuda represented a restyling of the Barracuda. A complete new restyling eliminated the Plymouth Valiant roots and instead used a more European influence. Stylistic items such as parking lights in the grill, quick flip gas cap, and hood louvers were a radical departure from the previous models. The car was now slightly longer and wider and available with new options such as a hardtop coupe or big block power.
As in previous years, the Formula S was still an option. They received
heavy duty suspension, brakes, tires, and emblems. The new Barracuda
was well received by the public and therefore sold in excess of
60,000 cars in 1967.
Hardtop, Formula S, coupe (notch back), convertible
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