A 1970 Plymouth Barracuda was stolen from its owner’s home in Westchester, New York late last month and a $50,000 reward is being offered for its return, Autoblog reports.
The 1970 Plymouth Barracuda is a valuable muscle car no matter the condition or specification of the example in question, but the vehicle stolen in NY was particularly valuable. Chrysler offered a floral pattern top as a factory option in 1970, however only one car left the factory equipped with the quirky top – and this is it.
The Barracuda is owned by Steven Juliano of Pelham Manor in Westchester County, according to Autoblog, who is offering up $50,000 for its return. That might seem like a steep reward, but this is a $1.4 million muscle car, so $50k only represents a small fraction of what this rare Avocado Green Mopar is worth.
So keep an eye for this classic on your local Craigslist listings. Something tells us the person that stole this isn’t aware just what they’ve got their hands on.