Petrolicous torques about 1967 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S
This is not one of those. The second-gen Barracuda is a relative rarity in the world of American muscle, and Bob Gough's 1967 Formula S is rarity among those rarities. The Barracuda Formula S was an attempt at the best of both worlds - a straight-line muscle car that could also handle the turns, and it's earned a reputation as one of the more drivable cars to come out of 1960s America. Gough's example drives even better, thanks to some aftermarket modifications that include a Tremec five-speed manual, 15-inch custom wheels and a Mopar 340-cubic-inch V8, in place of the stock 273.
It's a gorgeous, and as muscle cars go, rare car that's made all the better by the coverage from the team at Petrolicious. Have a look below for the full video.
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