1964 Barracuda V8 NO RESERVE

1964 Plymouth Barracuda

Make: Plymouth
Model: Barracuda
Type: Fastback
Year: 1964
VIN: 4075793444
Color: White
Engine: 273 cu in
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gold
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Deltona, Florida, United States

Description for Plymouth Barracuda 1964

Up for sale my 1964 Barracuda. Purchased over a years ago, I started this restoration project. I replaced some meta, serviced engine and transmission.

This is the original V8 factory engine. Engine runs GREAT, no smoke or knocks. Transmission is also great, although the push button mechanism is jammed. It can not be shifted from dash. Presently in neutral for rolling purposes. Radiator holds antifreeze and all hoses are ok. All trim is included although not everything is shown in pics. All moldings and chrome and wipers are included. Old gas tank was removed and I have a new one ready for install. Engine presently runs on direct fuel into carburetor. All glass is good except for front window which is de laminating a little but still usable. Roof, front fenders and doors are in very good shape needing a little metal work. Right rear quarter patch is included and ready for install. Left rear still needs attention. All interior parts are there.Floors some need attention. Trunk has some smaller holes which could be easily fixed. Car was never wrecked and is unmolested.

The car has always been garaged at my home and its time to let someone else finish her. I am selling for health reason and retired.

1964 Barracudas are now far and few around as you can see on ebay. 1964 with a original V8 is even more rare. You can not loss money on this classic car. It is the most affordable rare classic available. I promise it will turn heads.

Have clean Florida title in my name and in hand. 100% rating

Car will need to be towed, brakes do not work.

Sold as is. I am also listing locally and reservethe right to cancel auction prior to the end. I will also entertainreasonableoffers, but please be reasonableand fair.

Please feel free to ask questions.

Thanks for looking.