The Plymouth Barracuda Fastback Coupe (1968) exudes classic American muscle. Its ultra-wide, muscular lines are complimented by an effortlessly elegant array of chromed accents. The massive hood scoop, wide-body aerodynamic frogging, and stepped rear spoiler give the car a look that's as mean as the growl of the V8 engine it hides under its hood. The long-slung profile gives this classic the look of a predator, prepared to pounce at any moment. The interior is streamlined in classic style. It features a high-tunnel dash with plenty of onboard tech, including a unique three-spoke steering wheel, classic bucket racing seats, and a single-toggle AM/FM radio. The interior materials are plush and luxurious, offering a feeling of luxury to occupants as they cruise in this one-of-a-kind classic. The Plymouth Barracuda Fastback Coupe (1968) is powered by a powerful 4-barrel V8 engine that produces an impressive 275 horsepower. The engine is mated to a 3-speed manual transmission, providing agility and responsiveness that can take you from 0-60 in no time. The ride quality of this classic is further enhanced by independent suspension, heavy-duty stabilizer bars, and power steering, making for a plush and comfortable ride. The Plymouth Barracuda Fastback Coupe (1968) offers the charismatic style and unlimited power you need for a truly unforgettable ride. It's sure to be a constant show-stopper wherever you take it, and a timeless classic car in any collection.
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