With a little over 1000 Gran Coupe Cudas produced in 1971 this is one rare example with plenty of options included and although not in mint condition she is in good overall shape. This 1971 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe is owned by the same person for 30 years now with him being the 3rd owner.
Rebuilt in 1989 this Mopar is all original besides the engine and transmission and shows 35 000 miles. That’s the original color (repainted once in 1986), original Hounds tooth interior, power steering, windows and brakes. This 1971 Plymouth Barracuda was born with a 318 motor, but now packs a built 360 that came from a ’74 Challenger backed by a 727 slap stick tranny.
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