68/69 Barracuda

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marcopaulo
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68/69 Barracuda

Post by marcopaulo » Wed 09 Sep 2015, 11:02

Anyone know of one up for sale?

And no, not the one with the chopped roof on junkmail.

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Burnthosetyres
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Re: 68/69 Barracuda

Post by Burnthosetyres » Thu 10 Sep 2015, 18:12

2 - 3 years ago they fetched little money but have become very popular. Put a nice 360 in and it's proper muscle. Keep looking, you will find....
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marcopaulo
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Re: 68/69 Barracuda

Post by marcopaulo » Fri 11 Sep 2015, 08:06

kicking myself now for not picking one up back then

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IndianaJones
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Re: 68/69 Barracuda

Post by IndianaJones » Fri 11 Sep 2015, 17:40

They become available from time to time, you should also post your request on the Mopar Owners Group of SA on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/moparownerssa/

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Burnthosetyres
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Re: 68/69 Barracuda

Post by Burnthosetyres » Sat 12 Sep 2015, 06:53

Also do a wanted advert on Classic cars for sale on FB
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marcopaulo
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Re: 68/69 Barracuda

Post by marcopaulo » Mon 14 Sep 2015, 07:40

Thanks guys,

Will do

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Re: 68/69 Barracuda

Post by 383CUDA » Wed 16 Sep 2015, 07:37

Good luck! hope you find a pristine one granny owned car! but not easy. EVERYONE is building them now with small and big blocks.
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Re: 68/69 Barracuda

Post by brewil » Wed 14 Oct 2015, 20:53

I have a 360 block, new parts (timing chain, Kevko oil pan, Fel-Pro gasket set, aluminium valve covers, water pump and timing chain cover and new Edelbrock heads-fully ported with high lift springs)
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Re: 68/69 Barracuda

Post by Bearhawke » Fri 16 Oct 2015, 21:28

Burnthosetyres wrote:2 - 3 years ago they fetched little money but have become very popular. Put a nice 360 in and it's proper muscle. Keep looking, you will find....
1967+ RHD A bodies; it's actually easier to drop in a 383 vs. a 273-360 due to oil filter/steering gear clearance issues with the latter engine series.
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