1969 Plymouth Barracuda Restoration
 
 

Facts

  1. Facts and figures come from various sources but mostly the Barracuda Owners Group (BOG) Forum. I have tried to avoid copyrighted material. If I have such material, I apologize and will remove it or will give you credit if you wish. I have tried only to include facts and remove opinions.


  1. The way I have gathered most of my information is that I read the BOG Yahoo group eMail and copy pertinent information from consecutive messages on a specific subject. I follow the thread until it's conclusion. When someone with expertise correctly contradicts someones email, I eliminate the former email. I then organize all the compilations into the order I have described below.



Expert Testimony & Quotes

  1. Included are some experts testimony from the web and some have been given credit (but not all). When I put a name on the page, it only concerns that paragraph and not those paragraphs above or below that paragraph. 



Table of Contents

  1. None is included, however, each page (auto system) does have a highlight box, with bullet points of interest. See example below:


                                     

The 1969 Plymouth Barracuda was an A body type. The car came in 17 different body colors.


Trim Work Business

Paint Remover

Tail Panel Trim

  1. Tail Panel Moulding

  2.    Clips

  3. Trim Rivets



Disclaimer

  1. I make no claim to know all the facts. The information presented is in condensed form and in some cases incomplete.



Mission Statement

  1. This website I created, is just a way to share information in one spot for my fellow second generation Barracuda lovers. In turn, I hope to gain more knowledge on the subject from its readers. I do not intend to profit from this endeavor. 



Updates

  1. Material will be updated regularly. I welcome your comments, suggestions, corrections and critiques to make this a better site for all.



Website Reviews and Testimonials

  1. GREAT Mopar guys sharing what they've learned.

  2. One of the BEST 67-69 Barracuda home restoration websites. In fact one of the best any model home restoration websites. So much good information he should charge for access.

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Barracuda Owners Group  (BOG)


              

                                    circa - 2004                                                2018 - present


  1. To become a subscriber to the 1967-1969 BarracudaOwners Mailing List.

  2. Members: 691 (as of 06-01-04)


  3. Home page:              http://barracudaownersgroup.com


  4. Post message:            BarracudaOwners@yahoogroups.com

  5. Subscribe:

  6.                                  BarracudaOwners-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

  7. Unsubscribe:

  8.                                  BarracudaOwners-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com

  9. List owner:

  10.                                  BarracudaOwners-owner@yahoogroups.com

  11. Change your preferences:

  12.                                  http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BarracudaOwners


  1. Introduce yourself to the list by briefly describing your car and location. Then, cruise over to the "POLL" section at yahoo groups to enter what ‘67-69 Barracuda you have. 



Website Contributers

  1. My thanks to all who have made this website a success. Without your expertise, skills and knowledge,

  2. I and others would be lost in our restorations.


  3. Barry                                        - ‘68 Conv.

  4. Carl                                          - ‘68 Conv.

      Jacques Bouchard                  - ‘67 Coupe

  1. Dr. Bob Breed                          - ’67

  2. Jim Conner                              - ’68 Cuda

  3. Dave Dalmas                            - ’67 Cuda

  4. Gerald Drury

  5. Alan Erland                             -’67 Fastback

  6. Jeff Ernst                                 - ’68 Fastback

  7. Ron Evans                                - ‘67 Coupe


  8. Pat Faley                                   - ’67 Conv.

  9. Robin Findlay

  10. Bill Gasser                               - '69 Fastback

  11. Ricardo Esperon Graham

  12. Ray Handloser                        - ;67 Conv.

  13. Max Heim                                  - ‘67 Fastback

  14. Kirby Holden                           - ‘68 Conv.

  15. Mike Husega                             - ‘6

  16. Mike Jarvie                                - '68 Formula S Fastback

  17. Joyce Jenkins                            - ’68 Fastback

  18. Jack Jones                                 - ‘68 Coupe


  19. Karl                                           - ‘67 Formula S Fastback

  20. Luke Kukulinski                       - ‘69 340 S Fastback

  21. Leanna ~ The CudaChick        - ’68   Fastback

  22. Ed Li                                           - ‘67-68 Fastback

  23. Jim Lusk                                     - ’67

  24. Ken Mahan                               - ’67, ’68, ’69 Cuda

  25. Ralph Marrone                       - ‘68 340S Fastback

  26. Rob McCall                              - '68 Fastback

  27.     James Meyers                            - ‘68 Fastback

  28. Tim Moller                               - ‘69 Conv.

  29. Michael Mosley                       - ’68 Coupe

  30. Nathan Nuttall                      - ‘67 Fastback

  31. Larry Oberman                        - ’68 Fastback

  32. Steve “Catfish” Parker             - ‘67 Conv.

  33. Dana Price                                - ’68 Conv.


  34. Jeff Ramin                                - ’68 Coupe

  35. Todd Rimmer                           - ’68 Formula S Conv.

  36. Cameron Rittich                    - ‘68 Cuda

  37. Rob Robinson                          - ‘68 Fastback

  38. Daty Rogers                             - ’67 Conv.


  39. Phil Saran                                - 69 ‘Cuda

  40. Darrell Stephens

  41. Dan Tomczak                           - ‘69 Conv.

  42. Shane Toomay                          - ‘68 Fastback

  43. Steve Toth


  44. Eric Valentin                           - ‘69 B5 408 Fastback

  45. Josh Walton                            - ‘68 Conv.

  46. Robert Wiffen                         - ’67 440 Fastback

  47. Jeff Williams                            - ’67 Formula S Fastback

  48. Paul                                           - ’67 Cuda

  49. Garry                                         - ‘68 340S Conv.

  50. Jaden                                          - ’67 Coupe



  51. Adam Guzicki

  52. Aaron                                        Enrique Aguirre           

  53. Bruce                                         Jim Tesno

  54. Clair Davis                             

  55. Craig Tassin                             Jeff

  56. Danny D. Williams                   Jon Lockhart

  57. Darwin                                     Kent J

  58. Dave Kirkley                             Raj

  59. D Martin                                  Ray Kuter

  60. Ken Mayer                                 Ed Lexus

  61. Dennis Morris                         Steve

  62. Michael Mann                         Shane

  63. Carl Sing                                  Jonathan L.



  1. Thank you very much!

  2. Angel Garrido                                - '69 Fastback


 
Welcome to the ‘Cuda Restoration Website

The 1969 Plymouth Barracuda was a muscle car like no other.


Introduction

Facts

Expert Testimony  

   & Quotes

Table of Contents


Disclaimer

Mission Statement

Updates

Barracuda Owners

   Group  (BOG)

Website

   Contribution

  1. This site is about the restoration of my 1969 Plymouth Barracuda.


Introduction

  1. Welcome to my website. This is one that I hope you’ll use to find quick answers on restoring a 1969 Plymouth Barracuda. There is general information about the ‘Cuda, but it concentrates on the 1969 Fastback model. I own just such a car. Specific information on other years  (’67 & ’68) and body type (coupe, convertible) of ‘Cudas may be included. And some information on the ’69 model can be applicable for other year and body types.


  1. You’ll find ways to replace a few items. Or you may want a complete tear-down and overhaul, with each piece getting rebuilt or replaced. Whatever level of restoration you take your ‘Cuda to, this website will hopefully help you. There are decisions to be made regarding the direction you'll take, but with the advice of the guys who have done it, those decisions will be easier.