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First generation Plymouth Barracuda (1964-66)
In the early ’60s both Ford and Chrysler had the same idea about small, sporty coupes. Through Plymouth, Chrysler offered up the Barracuda, while Ford introduced the Mustang.
Barracuda’s were never as successful as their crosstown rivals, but they have their own cult following. And while an aggressive fish may not compete with the vision of a horse running wild across the country, it’s much better than what Plymouth originally wanted to call it…the “Panda.”
Seen in the N Portland neighborhood of St John’s.