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1965 Plymouth Barracuda
           Based on Chrysler's A-body, the Barracuda debuted in fastback form on April 1, 1964. The new model used the Valiant's 106 in wheelbase and the Valiant hood, headlamp bezels, windshield, vent windows, quarter panels, doors, A-pillar, and bumpers; the trunk and some of the glass was new. Utilizing the same hybrid design approach as Ford did turning its Falcon into the Mustang significantly reduced Plymouth's development and tooling cost and time for the new model. The greatest effort was put into creating its distinguishing 14.4 sq ft  rear window, a collaboration between Pittsburg Plate Glass (PPG) and Chrysler designers that created the largest ever installed on a standard production car to that time.  The motors were identical to the Valiant's including Chrysler's work horse slant-6 six cylinder motor…. This is a real nice example of a rust free survivor.  It is finished it its original Black with Red interior, powered by the slant-6 and teamed up with an automatic transmission.  This little iconic car runs and drives great and is perfect for a V8 hot rod conversion or daliy driver and it is stock as a rock right down to the hub caps.  #79721   Now on display at the home of “over the top cars”