69 Barracuda RHD

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Fieber
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69 Barracuda RHD

Post by Fieber » Tue Apr 02, 19 5:01 pm

Going to give this another go, see if anyone is keen the good side of winter . Have loved every second of owning this wonderful car but now want a change.

PICTURES: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... sp=sharing

Lots of work done in the last two years :

Fully rebuilt 318 now with shaved 360 heads, good compression. 78,000 miles
Edelbrock performer intake manifold
Holley vac secondaries 600cfm carb
Comp cams hydraulic lifter 268h camshaft
high torque mini starter
New oil pump
Duel 2.5” stainless exhaust, H pipe and flowmaster series 40.
Comes with all parts to revert back to stock.

904 trans with AandA transmissions valve body and stage 2 shift kit installed. Nice firm shifts with a little chirp of the tyres under hard acceleration. However comfortable enough for every day driving.

Yep, that’s right, it’s a factory RHD which means you get the Formula s package (minus the 340), firmer suspension, front disk brakes, LSD.

Have recently converted the powered brakes to manual but it comes with all parts to go back to powered.

Black interior with good leather seats, new carpet and headliner.

The paint job could be better, it’s flaking off in areas and there are bubbles in the rear quarters.

Comes with its original steel wheels and new tyres.

16k ONO
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Re: 69 Barracuda RHD

Post by Cannonball » Wed Apr 03, 19 12:20 pm

Nice car, do you know its history ??? I had quite a few rhd barracuda,s in the late 70,s early 80,s and those cars were very rusty even then 10-15 yrs old and also suffered with the chassis rail cracking where the rhd steering box bolts on as its just not up to the conversion especially when people fitted over size wheels and tyres, thank you,
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Re: 69 Barracuda RHD

Post by Fieber » Wed Apr 03, 19 5:52 pm

I do indeed! I bought it from a guy who had it since the early 80's in Bury St Edmunds and he bought it from his neighbour. He had it completely apart about ten years ago with it going through restoration. I bought it from him about 2.5 years ago.

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Re: 69 Barracuda RHD

Post by mopar_mark » Wed Apr 03, 19 6:05 pm

I went to look at that car, was quite treck for me, with the trailer. Was a nice older bloke who owned it, he was more upset about the oil filter leak that had just developed. Would of been the same time as you bought it.

I told him I couldn’t buy it, as it was too nice to cut up. He had lots of spare parts & paperwork.Was available for a good price, looking back now, I should if just bought it & left the Cuda as it was
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Re: 69 Barracuda RHD

Post by Derek » Wed Apr 03, 19 9:11 pm

I took this car for MOT a couple of weeks ago while it was at Anton's, It drove nice with no problems.
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