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Old 12-03-2022, 01:48 PM
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Default Clean California '70 Barracuda Project

Nice looking solid project originally equipped with the Slant Six according to the 'c' in the 5th digit of the VIN. Currently a 440/4-sp with 8.75" rear.

Bidding is close to $30k already, but these cars have always been fairly rare to find in solid condition, at least as long as I've been able to drive....

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Willing to sell without the engine/trans, but most likely, more than it is really worth because of the condition and a heck of a bid already.
From what little I know of these cars, I didn't think a person can just "drop in" a V8 on the 6 cylinder cradle. I've always heard they were different ?
The closet Mopar in me is wanting that for a 340 driver...
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Even though I'm a die hard GM (and Camaro guy), these Barracudas are the best looking muscle car ever built.
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Even though I'm a die hard GM (and Camaro guy), these Barracudas are the best looking muscle car ever built.
Ordered a '72 new, sold in '75 after I bought my first house. Would like another another.
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E24 = 225 -1bbl 6cyl coupled to D13 = 3spd manual floor shift.

But an interesting thing is the VON (Vehicle Order Number) starting with “M”. That denotes the car was a Sales Bank (Y16) order. Early cars with the M were Sales Bank / Show car. The early ones would have been used for some promotional purpose and then sold as a used car after its intended engaement was done. For what? Not sure, but maybe to show what the base/base no frills cars were ordered with.

Bare bones for sure based on that tag. Nothing but bucket seats, drip rail molding, and emissions controls.

This needs a 6.4L crate swap…ahem…..STEVE!!

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