The Barracuda was redesigned for the last time in 1970 and would carry through to 1974 ith minimal changes. The 1970-1974 Barracuda was no longer related to the Plymouth Valiant. The Barracuda now was built on Chrysler’s E-body platform which was shared by the new Dodge Challenger. The Barracuda was now offered as a coupe or convertible.
This 1972 Barracuda is powered by Plymouth’s 340 V-8 engine with a 4-speed manual Pistol-Grip transmission. The color is Basin Street Blue (TB3) with a the original vinyl top. The interior is all original. The Cuda is equipped with power steering, power brakes, AM/FM Stereo, rear defroster, dual stripe package, color-keyed grill, chrome bumpers, “blacked-out” rear deck panel, and 15″ inch factory “Rally” wheels.
For more on the Plymouth Barracuda, see our post on the 1964-1967 Plymouth Barracuda or the 1968-1969 Plymouth Barracuda. For other Pony Cars, see our post on the 1964 1/2-1973 Ford Mustang or the 1967-1969 Chevrolet Camero.
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