1967 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA STYLING
1967 marks the beginning of the 2nd-generation for the Plymouth Barracuda. While still sharing some mechanical hardware with the Valiant, it now had its own model-specific sheetmetal, purposely putting distance between the Barracuda and the plebeian Valiant. The Barracuda was now offered in 3 body styles: Convertible, Fastback and Notchback Coupe. The body shape was now smoother, rounder, and more graceful, and with a subtle Coke bottle-shape starting to show through. Interesting factoid: The front and rear bumpers were identical on the ’67 Barracuda.
1967 Plymouth Barracuda CONVERTIBLE
1967 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA ENGINE OPTIONS
While the 225ci slant-six was standard, V8 options started with the 273, in either 2-barrel or 4-barrel versions. The top engine was the 383 Magnum V8 with single 4-barrel carburetor making 325hp.