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That will be an expensive restoration...
The passenger taillight looks good.
This thread hopefully will get folks to post under $5k buys. Not sure this specific car is "The one" for me? But maybe someone here?
That's a parts car at absolute BEST. More like a POS.
holy crap! that's a hole riddled piece of crap!!! guess I gave away that duster I sold a couple months ago.....
What a great parts car. Notice how the hood latch and safety catch are just dangling there from the rust?
Just needs a little bondo and you got a great driver Probably not even many good usable parts on that one.
It will sell. If it was a B or E it would have already Sold and for much more.
Earl Scheib used to paint cars like that for 69.95. If you didn't want the headlights painted you better tape em off yourself.
It is (what believe) the pinnacle of A-body Barracuda's? A '68 fastback. if given a choice on an A-body Barracuda? That's the year and platform I would choose. JMO.
Wouldn't the pinnacle be an M code?
Of production? Yes. But there was a race hemi option only for that year. With a '68? You would have that clone option? (If you had the $$) The only A-body that even had that available. (That and the '68 Dodge Dart)
$4495? More like $495
How many you want ? Lmao
Yeah you don't even have to unbolt them. lol
The 50 Darts and 50 Barracudas were considered production. That was the whole point of making that many. To qualify as production vehicles.
That was to make NHRA guidelines. I'm not sure they were licensed for street use? (I cou That was just to make NHRA standards. They were not street legal from the factory. (Although I'm guessing some states rules were easier to get around?) But they didn't meet US safety standards.
Regardless, they were still production. They had to be, or else Chrysler could never have made them.