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1971 Plymouth Barracuda

1971 Plymouth Barracuda

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The ‘71 Plymouth Barracuda was very underrated car at the time. With a few changes coming to the ‘71 the new grille gave the appearance of the car having teeth like a Barracuda, and, for the first (and only) time the Barracuda had quad headlamps.
1968 Plymouth Barracuda

1968 Plymouth Barracuda

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The Barracuda received only minor styling changes for 1968 – the big news was under the hood. The 225-cube slant six continued as the entry-level powerplant, but even the base V8 was significantly upgraded, with a huge bore increase resulting in 318 cubic inches, still with a 2-Bbl carburetor.
1965 Plymouth Barracuda

1965 Plymouth Barracuda

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Much stayed the same in 1965 for the Plymouth Barracuda. The big news was the introduction of the new "Formula S" performance option that included the Commando V8. The standard 170 slant six was replaced by the 225 Slant Six as the standard engine.
1966 Plymouth Barracuda

1966 Plymouth Barracuda

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Engines were the same in 1965 and 1966. Like the 1965 models, no badges on the car indicated the car was a Valiant Barracuda, though it was still a Valiant with a fastback and modified grill (which, as with prior ‘Cudas, would bolt into a Valiant).
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