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1970 Plymouth Barracuda

Make: Plymouth
Model: Barracuda
Type: Coupe
Year: 1970
Mileage: 30174
VIN: BH23GOE112494
Color: Burgundy
Engine: 440
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Peachtree City, Georgia, United States
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Description for Plymouth Barracuda 1970

Amazing 1970 440 4-Speed Cuda that is a show winner and casual driver. Quick sell I hope. I just bought a big boat and I need the cash. Make me an offer!
Here's a video I made last year with some driving footage:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDgPZRmQUvI&t=

I'm happy to answer any questions you have and post photos, etc. Nearly every part of this car was rebuilt or replaced. The car was originally a white 318 Automatic car so the numbers don't all match but we did what we could to make it as stock as a 1970 440 4 Speed could be. The work is far too extensive to list out but I'll point out a few.
First, the car drives like a dream. Firmfeel power steering, new (Mopar) stiff suspension and new (Mopar) power brakes means the handles and brakes like a new car. Virtually every system was rebuild or replaced.
Second, the car was totally rewired (except the lines to the rear brake lamps) so the car is very safe electrically. We also made some discrete improvements with headlight power and meter setup to make the electrical even more safe. Upgraded alternator and electrical system.
Lastly, the 440 was rebuilt using Mopar parts, HP Exhaust, Mopar Electronic Ignition and the Mopar heads were ported so the engine breathes very well and hit nearly 400 HP on the Dyno. The 4-speed was rebuilt with Brewers Performance kits and the Rear-End was rebuilt. We used a Eaton Truetrack for Posi but I have to look up the gears. I think we used a 3.55 but I remember toying around with the idea of 4:10.
The interior was completely rebuilt using factory parts. We opted to use some matting under the carpet to help with heat and sound and that really increased the comfort while driving. We also lost the "old car" smell when the interior was rebuilt.
Never raced, only driven to shows and around town since the rebuild. The original odometer read 105,437 miles before we started the restoration in 2013. Since then, we've put about 20,000 miles on it so the odometer is not accurate! These Rally gauges were rebuilt and calibrated and we didn't wind them forward.
Faults and Problems: Some rust is starting to form under the vinyl top. The top will eventually need to be pulled back and the rust eliminated. There are also a few rust bubbles forming around the rear-wheel well on the drivers side, but you have to look hard to see them as they've not broken through the paint. Lastly, one of the radiator supports needs to be tacked down to the radiator and a little paint added.