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1967 Plymouth Barracuda Base 4.5l 273 V8. on 2040-cars

Year:1967 Mileage:99999
Location:

Afton, Wyoming, United States

Afton, Wyoming, United States

  1967 Plymouth Barracuda
This vehicle will only be listed one time, so please have the money to back your maximum bid. Thank you


Here is a well optioned Barracuda project.
 This Plymouth originally came with a 273 V8 automatic transmission, front power disc brakes, bucket seats-with a center console, Tachometer, HD battery, map and courtesy lights.
As you can see from the pictures all of the forementioned options are missing. This car needs a lot of work and parts because they are missing (parts), and there is a bit of cancer. I do have the build sheet and fender tag, original owners manual-with service log into the 1970's, plus a few extras for this Barracuda. Lets talk about the rust issues. There is a lot of "Cancer" on the body panels, all of which can be seen in the pictures (I will hide nothing). There is no frame rust or damage to the frame and or unibody structure at all. There is a significant dent at the front of the drivers side fender-That fender should be replaced; not fixed.
The hood and roof are really clean.


Roller only, what you see is what you will be buying. This is a major project, but it does have a good foundation to start with, and all of the numbers and paper documentation is there.

I can and might be able to help with local delivery; at the winning bidders expense. All expenses with the vehicle after the auctions ending are the sole responsibility of the winning bidder, with the exception of ebay listing fees. I can store the car for up to a month after the auctions ending without charging, after the first 30 days a $25. dollar storage fee will absolutely need to be paid monthly.

Please feel free to ask for more information and or photos.

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