Today we got this stunning blue 1967 Plymouth Barracuda restomod, which has recently been completely restored to her former glory. The owner of this classic Mopar beauty restored this ‘Cuda with one purpose only, to drive it, therefore he chooses a modern setup or what we call nowadays, a pro-touring. That means it gives modern drivability to this ‘67 ‘Cuda, actually, it is more responsive, powerful, it has better brakes and it is more fun to drive.
Inside this 1967 Plymouth Barracuda, we can notice a redesigned interior that has nice comfortable white bucket seats borrowed from a Mustang. In addition, the interior sheet metal has been painted the same color as the exterior, also has a wooden steering wheel, nice stereo, and an automatic column shifter.
This 1967 Plymouth Barracuda originally was equipped with a 273 engine, however, the owner wanted something bigger therefore he sourced a ‘70 Chryslers 340 cubic-inch LA small-block V8 engine with a four-barrel carburetor on top. The 340 engine is factory rated at 275 horsepower and 340 lb.-ft. Of torque. In addition, it is equipped with 16-inch 5-spoke American Racing wheels. Enjoy the video below.