The Barracuda’s new clothes

The Barracuda’s new clothes

Ian puts the wraps on Tony’s 1966 Plymouth Barracuda. Sporting a fresh coat of Sassy Grass green paint, hood scoop, and black stripes reminiscent of a 1970 Road Runner, this thing has come a long way since it first came home many years ago.  Read More →

Fresh Paint for Tony’s 1966 Plymouth Barracuda

Tony’s Barracuda had been sitting in primer for years until Ian came along a month ago and started the heavy duty bodywork process. He was trying to get it finished for the Mopar Alley car show, but even though he missed that goal, the car is now painted. The paint is a 1971 Mopar color, “Sassy Grass Green”. I would have been hard to have picked more eye-poppin’... 

The Bird and the Fish

The Bird and the Fish

Ian sends us a picture of his father’s Cuda and his own Formula Firebird. If you haven’t gotten a ride in Ian’s Fire Chicken, you have got to! It’s like a brand new car nice wrapped up in an eye-appealing package! Ian’s Bird is hustling down the quarter in 13.59 @ 103.178 mph, while still pulling 18.7MPG on the way home. Tony’s Cuda is running 13.8’s... 

Tony’s 1966 Plymouth Barracuda

Tony’s 1966 Plymouth Barracuda

Here are some pictures of Tony’s freshly primered 1966 Plymouth Barracuda. It’s been in the family either since new or almost new, I’m not exactly sure. Nice looking example of an early glasshouse Barracuda.  Read More →