The Savage GT Was the Track-Ready Plymouth Barracuda America Deserved

The late 1960s were the golden age of track-prepped muscle cars. Ford fans with a little extra cash could splurge on a Shelby Mustang and Chevy enthusiasts could spring for the Yenko Camaro. By 1968, AutoCraft engineered a MOPAR version, a modified second-generation Plymouth Barracuda branded as the “Savage GT.” But Autocraft never built more than 12 before cutting the project: the Savage GT remains one of the greatest “what ifs?” in muscle car history.

The Savage GT’s Story

1969 Plymouth Barracuda “Savage GT” | Brad Barrie

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