First…thanks again to photobyjohnbo for his wonderful post here yesterday. If you can stand another post from me today, then click on this link so you can read the post he graciously allowed me to do for his blog. (His blog is actually titled “Journeys with Johnbo.”) By the way, you can click on the hyperlinks in a post; they won’t hurt you.
Second…speaking of clicks, while I am very appreciative of my readers I would really appreciate your reading this blog by clicking on a post link (like this) or the main link to the blog. In that way, when you scroll through the blog you are shown ads, which you are free to click on if you have genuine interest, but which “earn” me money even if you don’t click. While I don’t write this blog for the money (what money?), I wouldn’t mind receiving some every now and then.
This In Or Out? car was suggested by Dirty Dingus McGee. I took a little artistic license, though. From Barrett-Jackson a picture of a 1968 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S fastback:
This car hammered for $25,300 all in at their Reno auction in 2014. That venue is no longer used as they moved the June auction to Mohegan Sun in Connecticut in 2016.
I am a fan of the looks of the second generation Barracuda although I prefer the notchback coupe best among the three available body styles. This Barrett-Jackson car was equipped with the 340 cubic-inch V-8 and a Torqueflite automatic transmission. The 340 was rated 275 HP and 340 LB-FT of torque. The Formula S package included, besides the Commando engine, heavy-duty suspension and wheels, firm-ride shocks, E70-14 Red Streak tires, low-restriction dual-exhaust, front fender badges and special hood inserts.
OK, kind people…second-generation Barracuda Formula S, In Or Out? Once again, if this car fails to receive at least five votes, then In Or Out? will be discontinued. Thanks.
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