1966 Plymouth Barracuda Hemi Orange Rotisserie Restoration

1966 Plymouth Barracuda

Make: Plymouth
Model: Barracuda
Year: 1966
Mileage: 50
VIN: BP29D62641625
Color: Orange
Engine: 340 six pack
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: White
Vehicle Title: Clean

Description for Plymouth Barracuda 1966

The inspiration for this build was to create a period correct car with looks, features and power that Plymouth should have build to be the first “fastback” car. This car runs and drives like the muscle car it was supposed to be. The six pack set up is awesome for all driving. Cruising orjust floor it and open up all six barrels. Power disk brakes confidently slows and stops the car and the power steering is a must have. Perfect combination of old school 340ci muscle power and rare options of brake and steering.

This 4 year build was professionally done by East Coast Mopar Restoration in Maine and Classic Auto Restoration in New Hampshire.

The rotisserie restoration started with a great car. Completely stripped and sandblasted. Floors and a small section of the passenger side quarter were replaced for metal work.


340 motor(refer to pic spec sheet)

X heads

Holley six barrel(new)

727 a body trans complete rebuild

8 3/4 a body rear end

3:55 suregrip

One wire alternator


4 disk power brake setup


Ceramic coated exhaust manifolds

2 1/2” dual exhaust

Flowmaster mufflers


Dash: all gauges completely rebuilt, restored and calibrated by Redline Gauge Works in CA with new dash harness.

New carpet and floor mats

All seats recovered by Stitches Custom Upholstering in MA

Notable highlights:

Power steering

New Cragar with spinners

New BF Goodrich radial TA’s

Rear P245/60R15

Front P215/70R15

Heavy duty leaf springs and shock setup to give a better stance

The car was completed April 30, 2022. I welcome and encourage to come see the car in NH or send an inspector to view before bidding or buying. The car will have less than 100 miles since the restoration was completed.

I will post a video link of the restoration on YouTube with a walk around video and exhaust sound video.