One Day at a Time for this 1964 Plymouth ‘Cuda

Click Here to Begin Slideshow Renee Hanson owns this beautiful 1964 Plymouth Barracuda Fastback. It's powered by the 273 cu inch V-8 that was its largest engine option that year. Painted a Chrysler Anniversary Gold with that racing stripe running down the middle, it really make a statement and gets a "Thumbs Up" everywhere she goes. While it does have some upgrades, it's a largely stock, 28,264 mile example of when the "Pony Car" wars first started. While a new aftermarket radiator replaces the old stock one and updated Halibrand style wheels shod with 215/45ZR17's (front) and 225/45ZR17's (rear) lend a bit of reliability and safety/drive-ability to the car, there is a much bigger story here. You can read it, and see some more pictures, over on Hot Rod Hotline!

One Day at a Time for this 1964 Plymouth 'Cuda

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Renee Hanson owns this beautiful 1964 Plymouth Barracuda Fastback. It's powered by the 273 cu inch V-8 that was its largest engine option that year. Painted a Chrysler Anniversary Gold with that racing stripe running down the middle, it really make a statement and gets a "Thumbs Up" everywhere she goes. While it does have some upgrades, it's a largely stock, 28,264 mile example of when the "Pony Car" wars first started. While a new aftermarket radiator replaces the old stock one and updated Halibrand style wheels shod with 215/45ZR17's (front) and 225/45ZR17's (rear) lend a bit of reliability and safety/drive-ability to the car, there is a much bigger story here. You can read it, and see some more pictures, over on Hot Rod Hotline!

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