Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
The 1964 Plymouth Barracuda is the first year for this stylish fastback. And with shining paint, stealthy upgraded interior, and solid V8 power, you\'re going to soon see that this classic has been given all the right care and investments to be a great cruising coupe.
Plymouth was responsible for one of the most interesting cars on the road for the mid-60s. It combined a great hardtop profile, fastback style, and the largest wraparound rear window anyone had seen. It also has some of the most interesting sheet metal lines, and you can see it all so well here because this coupe is quite crisp and clean. The black paint is a later upgrade, and it continues to have a good gloss and shine that tells you they invested in quality. Bright chrome bumpers, complete trim, and a quality panel fit make for a stylish classic coupe. And while this is a proper vintage presentation, you\'ll also notice custom details like the nice dual exhaust tips and 20-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels. They hint at a car that\'s overall meant to be a driver.
The black interior gives this hardtop a timelessly stylish presentation inside and out. It\'s a clean look that shows good investments for a usable cruiser. This first-year Barracuda had some distinct details, like the fold-flat rear seat and push-button transmission selector. So it\'s great to see them working well today. This one loves to be a true driver. That\'s why there\'s a well-integrated AM/FM digital tuner stereo upgrade. And the classic Mopar Airtemp air conditioning system now runs on modern R134a refrigerant (it likely needs a recharge to get it ideally cold again.) Plus, the three-spoke steering wheel, round gauges, and front bucket seats give you a driver-oriented feeling.
The best Barracudas received the 273 cubic-inch motor, and so that feels right to have one under the hood of this coupe. It\'s upgraded with a Carter competition-series four-barrel carburetor and an upgraded intake. The V8 gives you a nice torque advantage and a proper sound out of the dual exhaust. Plus, there\'s power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, front discs, and modern ZR-rated sport tires to keep this a fun and easy driver.
Complete with service manual, the first-year Barracuda was a distinctive coupe, and this one has been given the right investment to make sure you can drive this distinction with pride. Call today!!!
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