Plymouth Barracuda/’Cuda 1964-1974 - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Plymouth’s 1970-72 ‘Cuda range is home to some of the USA’s most fearsome performance cars. And when pitted against Australian models with smaller engines and less performance they don’t look over-priced.

Plymouth’s 1970-72 ‘Cuda range is home to some of the USA’s most fearsome performance cars. And when pitted against Australian models with smaller engines and less performance they don’t look over-priced.

Allowing for the exchange rate and import costs, a 440 Six-Pack ‘Cuda Hardtop or single-carb convertible can clear the wharf here for $170,000, or around the price of an E38 Charger.

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Hemis are considerably dearer. Not to be overlooked either are 1967-69 Barracudas that came as a coupe or convertible and with V8s ranging from 273 to 383 cubic inches.

Demand for these cars is growing and $70,000 realistic for a good Formula S 340. Early, Valiant-based 1964-66 Barracudas at $30,000 are fair value too.

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Barracuda 1964-66 $29,830 [3] 

Barracuda 1967-69 $48,500 [3]

‘Cuda 318/383 Coupe $55,165 [3] 

‘Cuda 340/440 Coupe $125,800 [5]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.

 

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