1967 Ross Barracuda - Class 1, Finished

May 14, 2013
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Boise, ID
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It's a really nice survivor for sure who ever owned this bike really liked it. Mocked up the wheel set with the new tires, rebuilt the front hub and replaced a missing spoke in the rear wheel.
Also have the guts from the rear wheel soaking with all the little bits.
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Messenger seat is in really nice shape, and that curved sissy bar is super sweet.
The Schwinn reflector is nice to.
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May 10, 2013
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good morning ,the earlier ross barracudas had 36 in rear and 24 in front then they went to 28 .so your biker is correct .Should be a 67 or 68 or a late 66 .hope this helps
 
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Sep 7, 2014
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Great info jungle t. The 36 hole rear wheel on the early musclebikes is interesting. Price of replacing the 36h rear wheel on a early '64 Stingray is what pushed me towards the resto-mod path. Guessing they must have only had 36h hubs for musclebikes when they first started.
 
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Hi guys just finally got around to breaking down and cleaning up my rare 66 3 speed barracuda . One very rare bike . Stick shift came out in 67 in green and maroon and this is a 66! In this green blue color and the fish on the chain guard has the barracuda name above it which they never did . Cool transition bike for sure . Take a look turned out nice .