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1970 Plymouth Barracuda Grand Coupe Convertible on 2040-cars

US $55,000.00
Year:1970 Mileage:106000 Color: Red /
 Black
Location:

Olathe, Kansas, United States

Olathe, Kansas, United States
Engine:383 Big Block
Transmission:Automatic
Vehicle Title:Clear
Body Type:U/K
Fuel Type:GAS
For Sale By:Private Seller
Condition:

Used

Year
: 1970
Mileage: 106,000
Make: Plymouth
Sub Model: Grand Coupe Convertible
Model: Barracuda
Exterior Color: Red
Trim: Grand Coupe Convertible
Interior Color: Black
Drive Type: 727 Automatic - 8 3/4 Rearend
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Number of Cylinders: 8
Options: Convertible

 For sale - my 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Grand Coupe Convertible.  I believe this is one of 2 export cars that went to Canada back in early 1970. I imported it, jumped through all the red tape and hoops and it now has a Clear US Kansas title! It's one of the 66 total 1970 Grand Coupe Convertible 383 Big Block cars. So, pretty rare...

The engine is a date code correct (or a 69 - I can't remember for sure it's been 5-6 years since I looked) 383 but not numbers matching. The transmission and rear-end match. This car is pretty much unmolested. Power black top. The drivers side door needs a regulator as the window does not go all the way up...I have one that comes with the car. Fender tag says EB5 which is blue - the code for Red is FE5 - I don't know if this is a mistake or what - but it does not appear that the car has been repainted...but no guarantees. It is a console car with bucket seats.

Pictures say a 1000 words. Car is in great shape...but not rotisserie restored.  However, it's not $100,000 either!

Fender tag below:

BP27:
Plymouth Barracuda
Premium, Gran Coupe
Convertible

N0B: 383 330HP OR 335HP 1-4BBL 8 CYL
1970
Dodge Main, Hamtramck, MI, USA

1xxxxx:    Sequence number

E63:     383 cid 4 barrel V8 H.P. 335hp
D32:     Heavy Duty Automatic Transmission
EB5:     Bright Blue Metallic Exterior Color
P6XW:     Trim - Premium, Vinyl Bucket Seats, Black/White
000:     Full Door Panels
A04:     Build Date: October 04
C04404:    Order number

V3X:     Black Convertible Top
A01:     Light Package
A62:     Rallye Instrument Cluster Package
B51:     Power Brakes
C16:     Console w/Woodgrain Panel
C55:     Bucket Seats

G37:     OS Dual Racing Mirrors
N41:     Dual Exhaust
N42:     Chrome Exhaust Tips
N85:     Tachometer
P37:     Power Convertible Top
R35:     AM/FM Stereo Radio  (10 Watts)

Y07:     Build to Canada Specs
EN1:     End of Sales Codes

I've been collecting mopar's my whole life, I own a Viper, Superbird some power wagons, etc.. I am just thinning the heard to make room for an airplane.

Reasonable offers considered...

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