1967 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible

This 1967 Plymouth Barracuda convertible is a real showstopper. And with it’s 383 cu in engine and 4-speed tranny, it’s a rare “fish”, too. Check it out.

1967 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible

Here’s some really awesome pics of an eye-popping 1967 Plymouth Barracuda convertible we recently came across!

The most expensive Barracuda, a total of 4,228 were produced throughout the 1967 model year. But according to the owner, only seven 383 – 4-speed Barracuda convertibles were produced in 1967.

This is one of three convertibles known to still exist. Certainly makes it a pretty rare fish, wouldn’t you say?

Whether all that’s accurate or not, I think you’ll love these pics, especially if you are a MOPAR muscle car fan. Scroll through them and see if you feel the same!

1967 Plymouth Barracuda

Plymouth Barracuda

1967 Plymouth Barracuda

1967 Plymouth Barracuda

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