1973 Plymouth Barracuda 440 Big Block - FULLY RESTORED For Sale
Plymouth Barracuda 440 – Fully restored Muscle car
This is one of the nicest Barracuda's I’ve come across and is a pleasure to own.
It has been fully restored from the ground up inside and out with all the correct details and features and is now ready to be enjoyed or kept as an investment.
Period correct features include:
• All original Stamped glass
• Engine bay is in body colour
• 440 Big block (The collectable one to have)
• Chrome work all perfect
• New interior, new carpet, Headliner, Excellent condition dash, all original belts
• Pistol Grip Shifter
• Beautiful contrasting vinyl roof
• Original Rallye Style Period Correct wheels with BF Goodrich Tyres
• All lights work and in excellent condition
• Original Chrome Mirrors
It has a fully rebuilt big block 440 by a well known engine specialist in Cleveland with high lift cams - guaranteed to put a smile all over your face. (The 440 big block is the most collectable after the HEMI which typically goes for about half a million and the convertible version 3.5 million) Comes with a recently serviced 750 cfm Edelbrock carb
Everything is in exceptional condition - Looks better in person than in the photos
This model Barracuda features in films such as Fast & Furious – Fast Five – Driven by Vin Diesel making it very collectable as well as its historic racing history.
Exceptional bodywork in ultra desirable Barracuda Rallye Red with vinyl roof trim.
Originally a Southern dry state car from Texas - extremely solid example with no rust - perfect for any collection.
Over $60K has been spent – after the initial purchase price of this sold dry state car. Truly a labour of love restoration by a well known muscle car specialist in the states.
Hagerty insurance agreed value of £58k
A treasure to own - drive it anywhere with so much road presence and put it into your collection – in this spec and condition combination they are extremely rare and collectable.
Car is located in SW11 London and now ready for viewings.
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