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Engine Type
Engine Size
383 V8
Engine Number
Transmission Type
3 Speed Automatic
Transmission Spec
A727 Torqueflite


Body Color
Body Style


Interior Color
Seating Type
Shifter Type
Center Console

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Rare, Rotisserie Restored Barracuda! Formula S Package, Numbers Matching 383ci!

1968 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S

VIN BH29H8B137142

The previous owner of this stunning Barracuda bought it in 2007 and started the rotisserie restoration. He finished it in late 2009. He bought the car in Michigan and was told the car originally came out of Florida. This car is 1 of 395 fastback Formula S automatic 383 cars in 1968.

The front floor pans, rear quarters and quarter extensions were replaced during the restoration. We have pictures and receipts of the restoration. The engine was machined by a very reputable shop in Farmington Hills, Michigan, called Best Machine. The cam is a Comp Cam (we have the cam card).

VIN decoding:
BH29: Plymouth Barracuda Fastback
H: 383 1-4 BBL
8: 1968 Model Year
B: Hamtramck, MI Assembly Plant
137142: Sequence Number

Fender Tag Decoding:
Row 1:
a: 6 = Console
b: 4 = Bucket Seats
m: 6 = Left Hand Outside Mirror Remote
Row 2:
F: 7 = Formula S Package (Front sway bar, HD Torsion Bars, HD Leaf Springs, 14 x 5.5" Rims)
R: 1 = AM Radio Music Master
T: 7 = Tachometer
X: 2 = Tinted Windshield
Row 3:
2: 5 = Molding: Drip Rail
3: 0 = Molding: Belt Line
7: 8 = Molding: Wheel Lip
A: 4 = 3.23:1 Rear End Gear Ratio
X: 8 = Sure Grip Rear End
TRM: D6X = Deluxe Bucket Vinyl Seats Black
PNT: SS1 = Sunfire Yellow
U: B = Black Upper Door Frames
S: 1 = Horizontal Black Sport Stripes
Row 4:
BH29 = Plymouth Barracuda Fastback
62 = 383 1-4BBL (300 HP)
5 = 727 Automatic Transmission
38 = E 70 x 14 Redline Tires Steel Rims
915 = September 15, 1967 Production Date
196310 = Shipping Order Number


Numbers Matching 383ci Engine
Numbers Matching 727 Transmission
Exhaust Manifolds
Manual Brakes
Manual Steering
Good Looking Radiator
Electronic Ignition
Steering Gear is in Good Shape
Aluminized Exhaust System
New Rear Shocks
New Brake Lines
Drum Brakes
Open Rear End with 2:76 Gear
Parking Brake
Fuel Lines and Brake Lines Look Good
New Bushings
Brand New Gas Tank


Beautiful Sunfire Yellow Paint
Doors Fit and Operate Great
Door Lips and Jambs are Clean and Solid
Trim is Beautiful
Solid Clean Trunk with Mat, Jack and Spare Tire
Wheel Wells are Clean and Solid
Straight Body
Beautiful Glass
New Front Floor Pans
New Rear Quarters and Quarter Extensions
Undercarriage is Painted Body Color
Frame is Gorgeous
Torque Boxes Look Great
Rockers are Solid and Clean
Pinch Welds Look Great
K Member is in Good Shape
Redline Tires – 215/70/14 Front and Rear
Beautiful Hubcaps


Beautiful Black Interior
Fold Down Rear Seat
Door Panels with Wood Trim
Dash Pad Looks Nice
Steering Wheel is in Great Shape
Seats are in Great Shape
Seatbelts Front and Back
Wipers Work
Nice Carpet
Speedo Works
Blower Works

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The Plymouth Barracuda is a two-door car that was manufactured by the Plymouth division of the Chrysler Corporation from 1964 to 1974.

The first-generation Barracuda, a fastback A-body coupe based on the Plymouth Valiant, had distinctive wraparound back glass and was available from 1964 to 1966. The second-generation 1967 to 1969 Barracuda, though still Valiant-based, was heavily redesigned. Second-generation A-body cars were available in fastback, notchback, and convertible versions. The new Barracuda was less rectilinear than the Valiant, with Coke-bottle side contours and heavily revised front and rear end styling. Design cues included a concave rear deck panel, wider wheel openings, curved side glass, and S-curved roof pillars on the notchback. The rear portion of the roof on the fastback coupe was more streamlined, and the back glass, raked at a substantially horizontal angle, was much smaller compared with that of the previous model. Also, the use of chrome trim on the external sheet metal was more restrained.