The back seat has probably not been used since the restoration was completed and folds down to create a massive cargo bay that makes the Barracuda a practical piece of muscle. Options were somewhat sparse for Mopars in the early ’60s, but you do get a factory under-dash Cool Aire A/C unit that blows cold R134a air throughout the cabin, and entertainment comes via a Pioneer AM/FM/CD/AUX that was neatly installed right above it. That big, original steering wheel is in remarkable shape and a rare find on its own, and someone had the presence of mind to add front lap belts to the list of options so you get a bit of security as well.
Factory gauges ahead of the driver keep a close eye on the engine bay, and a tall Lokar shifter was added that falls to hand easily so you’ll never miss a shift again. Black carpets, crisply rendered door panels, and a crack-free dash pad make it feel much newer inside, and the doors close with a solid sound, not a hollow rattle like on lesser cars. The back seat has probably not been used since the restoration was completed and folds down to create a massive cargo bay that makes the Barracuda a practical piece of muscle.
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