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1967 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S Built In France !

Here is a 1967 Plymouth Barracuda with Formula S package which means improved suspension and better handling on the roads! This is a rare piece of 1967 Plymouth Barracuda! The guy who made this Barracuda car made some improvements also like changing the gearbox with manual 5-speed Tremec transmission and modified the suspension. Also he swapped the engine with 1968 Plymouth barracuda Car 340ci V8 engine which delivers 275 HP plus a little improvements which additionally add few more ponies. Now the car engine is rated over 300 HP! Watch the video and find out more details about this awesome 1967 Plymouth Barracuda! Like the owner says, maybe it’s not the fastest street car but for sure provides a pleasant ride and adrenaline. 

1967 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S Built In France !

Especially if you love the manual transmission, yeah, an aggressive gear shift while the rpms hit goes red! What you get with the American muscle cars? Straight forward car, enough power but difficult to steer it, right? Anyway, we just love the muscle cars, we just mention that fact for introduction of what it follows next. Here we have one passionate gentleman for sport cars. On the age of 13 he was introduced to the best sports cars like Ferraris, Alfa Romeos and Maserati’s in Italy. Once he got back to the USA he found difficult to confront the “American Iron” – big powerful muscles ! This video of Bob Gough and his 1967 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S is the latest in the series.

The first line and accompanying sound track opens this video beautifully. It feels as if we’re in a movie scene, keys in the lead character’s hand, the starter then turning over the engine, the sound of rubber trying to find traction in gravel, and off he goes. When Bob, the owner of this beautiful 1967 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S, goes on drives with his friends in their sports cars they’re always amazed how he can keep up in the twisties. Bob adds to that saying, “but then it’s bye bye Porsche on the straightaways.



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