A flashy and rare pink muscle car is up for auction

Plymouth Barracuda Rosa

One of the least recognizable muscle cars in Europe, a quirky pink Plymouth Barracuda has come up for auction.

plymouth barracuda One of the least known “muscle cars” in our country Where as Ford Mustang or Chevrolet Camaro are more popular.

However, this car was fairly well accepted in the United States When it was launched in the mid-1960s by Plymouth, then owned by Chrysler.

This barracuda is pink, but there were orange and purple versions

Plymouth Barracuda Rosa

5 photos plymouth barracuda pink

Now a very rare 1970 Plymouth Barracuda is going up for auction by Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas (United States) and its great USP is its body colour, which is Painted in pink, baptized as “Moulin Rouge”.,

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But this is not the only example. It was one of 255 units that came factory decorated with that tone on its bodywork. Out of a total of 50,000 Barracudas built in 1970.

And this is the second generation of the Plymouth Barracuda Opted to launch with some “high impact” colors Like “Vitamin C” (a striking orange), purple or the aforementioned “Moulin Rouge” pink.

With this unusual color, paired with a black vinyl roof, this a 340 cubic inch V8 engine and automatic transmission A configuration that was not common at the time of its commercialization and which makes it more attractive, if possible, to collectors.

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Plymouth Barracuda Rosa

5 photos plymouth barracuda pink

In this, inter alia, standard air conditioning, power steering, high power brakes, fog lights, hood pin, 8 track stereo with front and rear spoiler and louvers on rear windows. In addition, this car mounts its original wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich radial tires, original spare tire and jack.

A rare copy of the “father of Bahu cars” is up for auction

According to experts, similar barracudas have sold for around $125,000–150,000 (Between 117,000 and 140,000 Euros for the current exchange rate), though we’ll have to wait until the end of June to see how the final price pans out.

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