The Guys With Rides Team will be on hand to watch this numbers matching 1967 Plymouth Barracuda convertible with its original Fender Tag cross the auction block. These second generation Barracudas produced from 1967 through 1969 have always been valued lower than the more popular later models, so we’ll be curious to see how this white over red restored convertible fares.
The NADA Classic, Collectible, Exotic, and Muscle Car Appraisal Guide lists their “Low”, “Average”, and “High” values for cars like this at $8,300, $23,100, and $33,900, respectively and they note a 20% premium can be expected as this example came factory equipped with the 273 cubic inch V8, four barrel carburetor engine option. We’ll provide an update on what this Barracuda hammers at.
From the Barrett-Jackson Docket:
“Lot #87 – Matching-numbers 1967 Plymouth Barracuda convertible with its original Fender Tag. This convertible is powered by a 273ci 8-cylinder engine with 4-barrel carburetor and a 3-speed manual transmission with floor shifter. It has a new power convertible top, new dual exhaust and new wide oval red line tires. The car underwent a complete restoration with its original sheet metal, and the drivetrain has been thoroughly gone through. The restored dark red deluxe interior features bucket seats, full instrumentation and factory performance indicator gauge. It comes with a spare tire and jack kit.”