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Driving a classic car is a thrilling and unique experience that offers a sense of nostalgia and connection to automotive history. High-quality auction sites, such as Bring a Trailer offer opportunities for motor enthusiasts to start or grow their classic car collections. 

Five breathtaking cars recently sold on Bring a Trailer, and these beauties exhibit truly astounding qualities, including unforgettable styles and impressive specifications. These stunning vehicles included a 1967 Plymouth Barracuda, a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro, a 1969 Ford F-100, a 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe 289, and a 1936 Ford 5-Window Coupe. In this classic car blog, you’ll learn all about these remarkable units. 

1967 Plymouth barracuda1967 Plymouth Barracuda 408-Powered Hardtop 5-Speed

This strikingly stylish 1967 Plymouth Barracuda hardtop recently underwent extensive repairs and modifications, including rust repairs. Those working on this classic stripped its body and refinished it in its current red finish, and they replaced its rear quarter panels and trunk extensions. The car’s eye-catching exterior also sports chrome bumpers, fog lamps, an aluminum fuel door, dual mirrors, and a satin black fiberglass hood with a scoop. 

Some of the vehicle’s notable equipment features include an MSD electronic ignition, power-assisted steering, Viper front disc brakes, factory-style rear drum brakes, subframe connectors, a Holley HP electronic fuel injection system, rear mini tubs, KYB shock absorbers, and an Accel throttle body. Additionally, its American Racing wheels feature 205/50R16 Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 on its front wheels and 315/35R17 Mickey Thompson ET Street Radials on the rear. These noteworthy features surely helped the Barracuda secure a $41,000 sale at the auction.

The car is powered by a replacement 408 cu in V8 engine with a Tremec TKO 600 paired with a five-speed manual transmission. It also features an 8 ¾ rear axle with a Sure Grip differential as well as 3.73:1 gears. The car even comes with a dual exhaust system with Dynomax mufflers and a crossover pipe. 

In addition to its impressive exterior and powertrain, this Barracuda boasts a stunning cabin with black vinyl-upholstered front bucket seats including padding and a rear bench. Plus, it comes with Vintage Air climate control, vent windows, polished door sills, front shoulder belts, a Grant GT steering wheel, and a custom-fabricated instrument panel. 

1967 Chevrolet CamaroSupercharged LS3-Powered 1967 Chevrolet Camaro 6-Speed

The first thing you’ll likely notice about this unforgettable 1967 Chevrolet Camaro coupe is its incredibly unique and striking color scheme. Its original factory finish was Mountain Green, but it’s since been refinished in a glimmering and pleasing silver along with a red nose stripe, matching its breathtaking red leather-upholstered interior. This sharp color scheme definitely played a part in the Camaro’s $165,000 sale at the latest auction.

Some of the car’s other notable exterior features include its headlight covers, a black front spoiler, chrome bumpers, polished trim, a rear decklid, Detroit Speed concealed electric headlights, SS badging, a left-side mirror, and recently installed tinted windows. The car’s 18” Billet Specialties wheels feature 235/40 and 295/35 Toyo Proxes T1 redline tires. 

The vehicle comes with a modified suspension with components, including JRI coilover shocks, a rear Quadra Link setup with shock height body mounts, and a tubular front anti-roll bar and control arms. Plus, it has a Turn One power steering box, a PSC reservoir, and Detroit Speed mini tubs. 

The Camaro’s powertrain is a 6.2-liter General Motors LS3 V8 engine with a Magnuson TVS2300 supercharger mated with a T56 Magnum six-speed manual transmission, ultimately generating 640 horsepower and 561 foot-pounds of torque at the rear wheels. The engine also features a Detroit Speed Engineering 12-bolt rear end with 4.10:1 gearing. Finally, it features Wilwood disc brakes and power steering. 

1969 Ford F-100Supercharged Coyote-Powered 1969 Ford F-100 Custom Cab

Next on our list is an impressive classic Ford F-100, which the seller had rebuilt and modified last year. Those who worked on the truck removed its body from the frame, corrected its paint, and repaired its rust. They also installed a Roush-supercharged 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine — which came from a 2014 Mustang — along with a 6R80 six-speed automatic transmission and a Powertrax limited-slip differential and 3.31:1 gearing. 

Additional modifications included four-wheel disc brakes, a dual exhaust system with MagnaFlow Mufflers, a four-link rear end, and a double-adjustable coilover suspension. This classic truck also features power-assisted steering and black Roush-branded calipers for stopping power. Its 20” American Racing wheels are paired with 255/35 and 275/35 Delinte Thunder D7 tires. 

Its exterior boasts a stylish Boxwood Green finish with a Light Ivy Yellow roof, and it displays chrome-finished bumpers, side moldings, and a left-side mirror. 

When you take a look inside the cabin, you can see its beautiful black vinyl-upholstered TMI bucket seats along with a matching center console, black carpeting, black vinyl headliner, and a Bluetooth RetroSound stereo with aftermarket speakers. You can also see its Forever Sharp steering wheel that’s mounted on a tilt column as well as its Dakota Digital instrumentation. This modified classic sold for $58,000.

1965 ford mustang1965 Ford Mustang Coupe 289

This glimmering work of art comes with a powerful 289 cu in V8, sending power to its rear wheels through a Cruise-O-Matic three-speed automatic transmission. The V8 boasts a four-barrel carburetor, a gold air cleaner assembly and valve covers, and a Champion aluminum radiator. 

Its stylish exterior boasts a tan vinyl roof, pinstripes, faux quarter panel vents, dual side mirrors, chrome bumpers, reverse lamps, a bright rocker panel trim, a dual outlet exhaust, and a new Emberglo Metallic finish. The car also features styled 14” wheels with red Mustang-log centers along with 6.95-14 Goodyear Power Cushion double redline tires. Plus, it has power steering and four-cornered unassisted drum brakes. 

The vehicle’s cabin features parchment vinyl-upholstered front bucket seats and a rear bench as well as a matching dashboard, door panels, and headliner. Its interior equipment includes a full-length center console, push-button AM radio, aftermarket air conditioning, and front lap belts. It also features a three-spoke steering wheel that sits in front of its 120-mph speedometer as well as other gauges, including fuel level and engine temperature readouts and a five-digit mechanical odometer. 

This classic Mustang sold for $26,750 along with the manufacturer’s literature, a car display board, a magazine featuring the car, and a Florida title. 

1936 Ford 5 window coupe1936 Ford 5-Window Coupe

Last on our tour is a much older vehicle than our models from the 1960s — it’s a 1936 Ford Coupe with five windows and an eye-catching Washington Blue finish. Some of its other noteworthy exterior features include a classic single windshield wiper, a spare tire carrier, dual side mirrors, a locking fuel cap, and glimmering chrome bumpers. It also sports black-finished 16” steel wheels with V8-branded hubcaps, whitewall tires, and chrome trim rings. 

A 221 cu in flathead V8 with a rebuilt single carburetor and electric fuel pump powers this vintage beauty, and the engine sends its power to its rear wheels through a floor-shifted four-speed manual transmission. 

The car’s beautiful Washington Blue exterior pairs exceedingly well with its tan mohair fabric interior. The cabin features a single rumble bench seat along with matching gray carpets and door panels, and also sports light blue metal surfaces. 

Its interior comes with a three-spoke steering wheel along with a 100-mph speedometer, auxiliary gauges, and a five-digit odometer that currently reads 65,000 miles. Plus, occupants can roll down the classic Ford’s rear window.  

Impressively, the seller’s husband owned the vehicle for around 35 years. It’s now been sold for $26,000 along with its Ohio replacement title. 

Get the Best Classic Auto Insurance For Your 1967 Plymouth Barracuda

If you’re enjoying the thrill and privilege of owning a breathtaking 1967 Plymouth Barracuda or another classic, it’s crucial to protect it with the best classic car insurance on the market. With Plymouth Barracuda insurance through Classic Auto, you can get premium and affordable coverage that is tailored to your stunning vehicle’s specific needs, including agreed-upon value coverage, meaning we’ll work with you to determine your car’s true value. If you suffer a total loss, you’ll get the full insured amount minus your deductible. 

Your Classic Auto policy also comes with incredible benefits like rollover miles, nationwide roadside assistance with flatbed towing, inflation guard, and more. When you protect your beauty with Classic Auto Insurance, you’ll have the peace of mind of knowing that your beloved classic car is protected and that you can continue enjoying it for years to come.

Click here for an instant quote, or call our Plymouth Barracuda car insurance experts at 888-901-1338. 


***Photos in this blog courtesy of Bring a Trailer Auctions***

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