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YAK Car Pic of the Day

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When first introduced, it beat the new Mustang to market by that much. This 1964 Plymouth Barracuda (missing a “few” parts) could therefore be called the original pony car; except we know it’s not. Two reasons for posting this pic: I love the original Barracuda; and (even if it was almost five years ago) I love to say “I saw this car in Farmersville.” Don’t get to use that line very often. Here’s a brochure link.

Jim Corbran • YouAutoKnow jim@artvoice.com


  • MaxPlanck

    I had a college buddy in AZ who had one that was true to its Valiant roots with the Slant 6 and Chrysler’s push-button Torqueflite. Unfortunately, it wasn’t equipped with A/C and during AZ’s torrid summers, he always parked the facing the sun as all of that rear end glass turned the interior into oven. Nobody ever rode in the back seat for fear of ending up like a baked apple.