The 1967 Plymouth Barracuda belongs to the second generation and was produced only two years, between 1967 and 1969. The base for this Barracuda was the Chryslers 108-inch wheelbase A-body platform which was shared with other Mopar members such as Plymouth Valiant, Plymouth Duster, Dodge Demon, and the Dodge Dart Sport.
Today we have a muscle car story about this gorgeous 1967 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S. The ’67 ‘Cuda maybe it is not the most desirable and valuable ‘Cuda, but for sure is the most beautiful and stylish from the design standpoint. In addition to its beauty, from the factory, the Formula S model was upgraded with better suspension and brakes that allow it to keep up with European sports cars.
One of the many engine options for the 1967 Plymouth Barracuda, was the 273 cubic-inch, 4.5 liter LA small-block V8, which also was the smallest V8 installed in ‘Cuda. Mr. Bob the owner of this stunning Barracuda Formula S has slightly upgraded his Mopar to get a better driving experience. The factory engine he replaced with a larger 340 cubic-inch 5.6 liter LA small-block V8, factory rated at 275 horsepower and 340 lb.-ft. of torque, and attached a Tremec 5-speed and larger 15-inch black steel wheels. Enjoy the Mopar story!