RED · 8 cyl · 40,000 miles
1964 Plymouth Sport Fury In 1959 the Sport Fury was introduced as a top of the line Plymouth model only to be dropped later that year. In 1962 the Fury was a downsized model on the Chrysler B-unibody platform and due to slow sales of the new model the Sport Fury was introduced. In later years (63-64) the cars were restyled some and enlarged and by 1964 sales were greatly improved. The most popular was the 2 door hardtop like you see here with the slanted roofline. This third generation featured a lot engine choices with the top of the line being the 426 Max Wedge which is exactly what you will find under the hood of this classic. The car was very nicely restored and is really clean throughout. The Exotic Red paint has a beautiful shine and all of the trim/chrome looks beautiful as well. It has 40,000 miles on the odometer and based on the condition of the car you can tell it has been well cared for. It rides around on nice Weld racing wheels which really add to that sporty muscle car look. They are wrapped with BF Goodrich tires that still have plenty of life left. Powering the car is the date correct 426 Max Wedge motor. It is the date correct block is topped off with the correct dual carburetors, crossram intake and correct heads. The motor was built right and has the right look as well. Everything is painted in its correct factory style. The car has a great sound with factory cast iron headers into 3 inch exhaust that dumps behind the rear wheels. Paired with the motor is the manual valve body 727 automatic transmission that sends power back to the 8.75 391 positraction rear end. Other nice drivetrain features include the MSD 6A ignition, power steering and front disc brakes. The runs really well and everything works with no heating issues or problems. The interior of the car is finished out in Red with White inserts on the seats. It has a great look and the dual bucket seats are separated by the factory console. All the factory gauges are in place on the dash but a Sun tach has been added to the column. An AM/FM/Cassette player is mounted to the middle of the dash and nicely delivers your favorite tunes. This is one cool car and you just dont see these around very often. The year, motor and uniqueness work together to make it a pretty sought after classic. Add it to your collection for $43,750.00!