1964 Plymouth Sport Fury Hardtop


The Paint: Repaint of original Color “Dark Turquoise” in base/coat, clear/coat, excellent paint.


The Engine: 383 CID, 4 bbl (NOE), rebuilt to 330 horsepower specs. Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum intake manifold, Edelbrock 4 bbl carburetor, Electronic ignition, coated factory exhaust manifolds. Finned aluminum valve covers.


The Transmission: Factory A-833, 4 speed, rebuilt, new clutch assembly  Hurst shifter with pistol-grip.


The Differential: Original 8.75, rebuilt with 3.23:1 gear ratio, conventional


The Suspension: Factory front independent, stock, rebuilt with new bushings, ball joints, etc., KYB shocks   

                                         Rear leaf, KYB shocks


Interior: Sport Fury’s came with a front bucket seat interior, as this one did. The original low-back seats were upgrades, more comfortable with high-back bucket seats, completely restored interior to include the seats, door panels, head liner, carpeting, padded dash. Original console with functioning tachometer.


Power steering


Front disc brakes with dual master cylinder


All original gauges work, including the clock


Windshield wipers work


Heater works


Full center console housing the original functioning tachometer


Turn signals work and cancel


Aftermarket stereo


All original glass is nice and all side windows roll up and down easily


All new wiring throughout


Factory style aluminum radiator


New fuel tank


All chrome trim and bumpers are excellent


Nice sounding dual exhaust with Magnaflow mufflers


15” Mopar steel wheels painted to match the car, hub caps and Redline radial tires

Before the Road Runner, the GTX, or even the Satellite were thought of, certainly one of the coolest Plymouth’s to prowl the streets with upscale style and performance, and likely assisting with laying the ground-work for the a-fore mentioned Muscle-cars, was the Plymouth Sport Fury.

Clean lines, well constructed and built to last, these highly appointed, top-of-the-line Fury’s were not only worthy street brawlers, but provided an excellent ride for long road trips, or crusin’ the boulevard.

The nicely restored vehicle you see here is a prime example of such a car. The Dark Turquoise paint is beautiful, and shines much deeper than it did the same year the Beatles hit our shores.

The black interior is nothing if not striking, looking all business and excellent everywhere you look. Quality choice of materials, and so much bright work and ornate characteristics to look at, you’ll have a hard time looking away from it.

The 383 this Sport Fury houses its nicely rebuilt, strong running, and backed by its strong, rebuilt A-833 4 speed with "Pistol-Grip"shifter.

 The trunk compartment is plentiful, and clean, and this Sport Fury has no rust in the undercarriage, the rocker areas, floor pans, under the paint, or trunk compartment.

The wheels and tires look classic hot rod on this Fury, and the dual exhaust sounds great without any drone.

All of the trim and bright work is accounted for, and there’s a lot of it! Both the front and rear bumpers are newly chromed, and they look fantastic, as does all of the trim.

Beautiful, clean, vibrant paint, equally gorgeous black bucket seat interior, rebuilt engine and drive train. Nicely appointed, fun and easy to drive, factory Sport Fury, that you just don’t see very often, that checks a lot of boxes...Beautiful, impressive, luxury Sport Muscle car!

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