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1964 Barracuda Ads

Introduced 2 weeks before the Mustang, the Barracuda, suffered because it was much more a fastback Valiant than the Mustang was a sporty Falcon. Regardless, it was sporty and cool looking and it sold reasonably well, even though it lacked a coupe and convertible - and a true hi performance chassis and hopped up V8.

23,443 Baracudas were sold in 1964.

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1964 Barracuda Ad "If you think a fastback can't cost under $2,500, seat 5 nicely, and offer enough power to let you swing, meeet Barracuda"
1964 Barracuda Ad "If you've been itching for a fastback with bucket seats and a 7-foot long cargo space . . . "