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Shelby, North Carolina
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May 16, 2009 at 9:41 am
Congratulations. Your car has been chosen as The Mystery Car of the Day! Please allow this message to post as soon as you read it!
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FriedGreenTMater’s Profile Photo
Aug 10, 2008 at 10:00 pm
your car is way kool, should get a pic on better background for the cover though. Don't look so kool mowed around like that.
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Jan 21, 2008 at 9:18 am
Sweet, 5

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1965 Plymouth Barracuda 340 (273 car) (Cuda)

Last updated Feb 23, 2011  

Photo of a 1965 Plymouth Barracuda 340 (273 car) (Cuda)

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I brought this car home about eleven years ago. When our jeep was in the shop, my wife would drop me off at work then take our son to daycare, then drive on to work. We used this car as a commuter, with this engine & trans combo, in Charlotte NC rushour traffic (I did swap in a highway gear). When my wife would pick me up in the evenings and idle into the parking lot at work, the idle would set off car alarms as she would pass. Every evening at least 5 car alarms would be going off.

And my wife would get some great looks at a red light in town with a 18month old in the car seat passenger side. (did not come with the optional rear belts).

1965 Plymouth Baracuda street/drag car - 340, 292 Mopar purple shaft cam, "J" heads. The pistons are stock so this set up could use some compression (but luckly I left it that way & have been able to pump 87 octane) Edelbrock 750, fenderwell headers to dual 3" exhaust exit under seat, 727 t-flight w/ revers manual shifter & 3,500 stall to a 8-3/4 rear with 4:11 suregrip, - still wears small bolt pattern rallyes. The body is in really good original condition.


New fuel tank, oversize pickup, fuel lines & break lines
New two bowl break master cylinder
Griffin alumin. radiator

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