The ponycars from Ford that started it all were named for animals (the original Mustang and the follow-up Cougar), GM had one named for a ‘pal’ (Camaro) and one like a fictional bird (Firebird), so somebody at Chrysler decided their first entry in the field should be named after a fish, albeit a maneater called Barracuda. This is the fish’s posterior, abstracted from the second generation 1967 version. It grew up that year and was pretty hard to catch, what with a 340 cu. In., 275 hp, 4 barrel lightweight small block up front. If you’re a car lover and your partner isn’t, you could hang this on a living room wall and he or she will never know. You’ll have one of just 25 pieces available for the whole world, before the image is retired. Comes with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity signed by the digital artist.
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