Don't I feel dumb.
No worries. It's the spelling of "baracuta" that's tricky. Maybe that's the Spanish name for the fish or something.
While we're on the topic of G9s, I can't resist paying homage to one of this iconic jacket's great cinematic appearances, on Tom Berenger (as Frank "The Word Man" Ridgeway) during the campus sequence of Eddie and the Cruisers:
I can't find a better pic, but my memory of the film is that he's wearing a genuine Harrington in the light tan shade.
It was a shrewd costuming choice because a) his character was supposed to be sort of a preppy, intellectual, college-boy type who didn't quite fit in with the band's hard-rockin' blue-collar ethos; and b) wearing it had a bit of a "younging down" effect on the appearance of Berenger, who was a 33-year-old playing somebody more than a decade younger.
I'll always have a soft spot for this movie, which taught me the meaning of the word "caesura" and hence proved that rock 'n' roll can be educational.