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1969 Plymouth Barracuda By John Bahrey

 

1969 Plymouth Barracuda By John Bahrey

 

My 1969 Barracuda started life as a 6 cylinder. "Boring". I Created a street beast by adding a 69 HP2 440,  stroking it to 502 C.I, adding a dual tunnel ram intake, porting the heads, decked the block, added a VooDoo Cam, etc. and you have a 650hp Street/Track Monster. The car has a built 727 with a reverse manual shift tranny and a 3800 stall converter, Pushing the beast is a Posi 430 geared 8 3/4 shortened axle rear-end. Holding the car from twisting up are a pair of frame connectors. This car ran at Englishtown Raceway Park last October and I was thrown out out for lack of safety gear after the car ran an 11:09 @ 121 mph. That was right out of the box without adjusting any carbs or timing. This is a nasty sounding old school Mopar street car with all muscle power (No Bottle Here).

 

1969 Plymouth Barracuda By John Bahrey

 

She has real old school looks to here with the silver flamed hood and metal flaked Bahama blue paint job that is 20 years old now, but you can shave in her reflection. Just driving this beast will put a smile on your face from ear to ear. I call her the "Devil Fish" and she earns that name. The older generation looks/smiles and remembers what it was when these cars ran the streets in their youths. The younger generation look at her and get a puzzled look as to what type of car it is. I smile at them when a mustang meets me at a light and laugh when they try in vain to catch me. She's not the the fastest car on the street (Lord Knows) but the way she looks, sounds and performs makes all that hard earned dough I spent building here worth it.

Thanks,
John Bahrey - Baldwin, New York

 

1969 Plymouth Barracuda By John Bahrey

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