[FOR SALE] 1966 Barracuda with Factory Vinyl Top

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  1. PistolGrip

    PistolGrip Well-Known Member

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    Dec 8, 2005
    Northern Kentucky
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    Here's a rundown of the basics: Rust free lifelong Texas car (trailered to Northern Kentucky) with full original documentation. 60,000 actual miles, original 273 2 bbl, 904 auto, console, originally A/C (now gone), bright yellow/black vinyl top, radio (not currently hooked up), 14" ET Turbine wheels, rallye wheel with power steering, tinted glass.

    In the restoration I have added the following BRAND NEW parts:
    Tires, tinted windshield, arm rests, headliner, seals/weather stripping/wind lacing, carpet, water pump, vinyl top, glove box, starter, battery, master cylinder, brake cylinders, complete 2 1/2" Formula S exhaust (except resonator), gas tank/sending unit, hoses, carb rebuild, electric fan. There's more, but you get the idea...

    I wanted to keep it as stock as possible, but instead of re-doing the stock front buckets, I installed a pair of comfortable nicely matching buckets from a Jeep Patriot.
    Although you'd never know it, the factory-appearing exterior yellow isn't PAINT, it is a WRAP (my son does this professionally). It is beautiful, durable & low maintenance - just wash it. It NEVER needs waxing.
    Since completion, I've driven the car nearly 600 miles & it is a joy to drive. It would be great for bucket-list road trips.
    This is my first (and last) restoration, so the car isn't perfect, but it's REALLY nice, if I do say so myself. Hopefully a MOPAR guy (or gal) who has been looking for an attention-getting RARE car will see this and take it home. I was planning to take it to car events this summer, but the Corona virus took care of that! And now I need that garage space back.

    I've priced it to sell at $13,500 OBO. No trades.

    I'm in Park Hills, Kentucky (Cincinnati, Ohio area). Let me know if you're interested. I've never sold a car on this site, & I'm not real computer literate, so bear with me regarding communication. I'll do my best to provide other pictures - including those taken during restoration and assembly - & answer any questions.


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