April 1, 1964, was the Barracuda's launch date. The sporty new 'glassback' coupe went head-to-head against Ford's new Mustang, but lost in the sales race. It was an adaptation of Valiant sheet metal to a uniquely styled roof, deck and rear window. The roof received a wrapover look mated to an oversized, curved rear backlight with a fastback shape. The deck lid bulged up to meet the glass. Trim features, front to rear, were distinct for this model. They include a split, negative space grille with center insert and horizontal outer division bars, wide rocker sill panels and a chrome band across the rear window base housing a center medallion. Plymouth block letters decorated the trunk and Barracuda signatures were positioned on the sides of the cowl. Front fenders with a slimmer V-shaped feature line were seen. Standard equipment includes; bucket front seats; bucket shaped rear bench seat with folding backrest; special finned wheel covers with three bar spinners or slotted wheel covers with simulated exposed hub and lugnuts; round chrome back-up light housings; and the base Valiant power team. For this year only, Barracudas earned Plymouth, Valiant and Barracuda identification plates.
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