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Looking for this 70 Barracuda Gran Coupe (Tarrytown)

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I am trying to find my old 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe that I owned in Tarrytown from 1980 to 1988. I don't have the VIN # and the guy I sold it to doesn't remember the car. The car was white and the drivers side rear quarter panel had a lot of rust and filled with bondo that was cracked off around the front part of the quarter and around the wheel well and towards the back it was crushed up from the rear tire falling off once. The front passenger side fender was replaced and sprayed in gray primer. The car was originally a 318 automatic car. When I sold it it had a built 440 block that was balanced and blueprinted, 11 to 1 pistons, the heads, and the intake on it. That was it. No carb, belts, hoses, pulleys, fan, exhaust manifolds, or radiator. It had a rebuilt automatic trans and a Dana 60 Rear that I got out of a 71 Cuda. It had a B&M shifter on the floor with no floor console. The car had black interior with the black and white hounds tooth cloth inserts with red piping in the center around the cloth. It also had some red trim on the door panels, and it had the overhead console. If I remember correctly the original color of the car was FK5, Deep Burnt Orange Metallic. But it was painted white by a previous owner. Also, for wheels it had a set of dull aluminum slots on it. I'd like to know if it's still around and or what happened to it. If anyone recognizes it please reply to me through here. I'll attach the only pictures I have of it. Thanks!

The interior pictures are just to show what the interior looked like. They're not actual pictures of the car. Again, mine didn't have a console in it.

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