Autos: Specialty Market

After a crash program to speed engineering and styling, Chrysler Corp.'s Chrysler-Plymouth division last week rolled out its first 1967 Barracuda, a sleek new car with long hood, short trunk, fancy waffle grille and such flashy features as a wall-to-wall rear window, snap-open gas-tank cover, wood-paneled dashboard. The Barracuda, which began in 1964 as a jerry-built fastback body mounted on an old-fashioned Valiant chassis, up to now has been a pretty tame fish in a very turbulent pond. The completely new Barracuda, whose prices will start at approximately $2,500, comes out just...

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