1971 convertible Used Automatic

  • Price: Ask a price!
  • Location: Bremen, Georgia, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Barracuda
  • Trim: convertible
  • Year: 1971
  • Mileage: 2,000
  • VIN: BH27G1B313773
  • Color: Blue
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Other Color
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

1971 Plymouth Barracuda convertible Description

This is one of the nicest 1971 Plymouth Cuda that you will ever see. No it not a real Cuda but you would never know it if I did not tell you plus it is not priced $300,000 either. This car was a frame off restoration and took well into the 6 figure dollar range to build it. It was done right with no expense spared. Here are the details of this car: Hemi 528 Crate Mopar Engine Correct K Member Headers with Dual Exhaust Torque Flight Automatic Transmission Shaker Hood Very Slick Blue Exterior Paint Hemi Billboard Decal and the Go Wing Dana 60 Rear End 4 Wheel Wildwood Disc Brakes 20 Inch Wheels on back with 18 Inch on Front Correct Factory Interior done in White That is in Great Condition Factory A/C Car that currently has A/C that Blows Cold Power Steering and Power Convertible Top in Great Condition This car is super nice. All the glass is good and all the windows roll up and down as they should. The headlights. Taillights, Blinkers and Brake Lights all work. All the gauges work. The engine compartment looks great. The body is super straight. The doors, trunk amd hood all shut good with great gaps. The undercarriage looks good as well. This is a rust free car. If your looking for a Show & Go car that you drive anywhere, have fun in with the top up or down and the A/C blowing cold then this is the car for you. It is a blast to drive especially when you throttle down on it and feel the power. It is a head tuner that will get you tons of attention. If you will look on the internet most of these cars are going for $130,000 or so in this condition. You can buy this one for alot less. Look at all the pics of this beauty. These pics tell the story