by DAVID SNYDER
Plymouth beat Ford in the Pony Car War by just two weeks, the Barracuda was unveiled on April 1, 1964. It was the first and became the best.
There were three generations of the Barracuda. The first spanned from 1965 to the end of the 1966 model year. It shared the A body platform with it's first cousin the Valiant. Nineteen sixty seven through '69 was the second generation still on the A body platform but receiving a horsepower and displacement increase. In 1968 several Hemi Barracuda Super Stocks were produced and made itself known on the dragstrips across the country.
Then came 1970 and the 'Cuda was born, with the Hemi 'Cuda becoming the best of the best.
Only 950 prints and 95 artist proofs will be published from the original painting. Each signed and numbered print measures 18" x 24" and is printed on high quality acid free stock trimmed to 22" x 28".
Limited Edition $85.00