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1964 Plymouth Fury Sport 6.3l on 2040-cars

US $18,500.00
Year:1964 Mileage:101000 Color: Black /
 Red
Location:

Centralia, Washington, United States

Centralia, Washington, United States
Fuel Type:GAS
Engine:6.3L 383Cu. In. V8 GAS Naturally Aspirated
Vehicle Title:Clear
For Sale By:Private Seller
Body Type:U/K
Condition:

Used

Year
: 1964
Make: Plymouth
Mileage: 101,000
Model: Fury
Exterior Color: Black
Trim: Sport
Interior Color: Red
Drive Type: rwd
Number of Cylinders: 8
Disability Equipped: No
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty

1964 Plymouth Sport Fury, 383, 727 automatic trans, posi rear end, believe to be 323 gears, bucket seat console floor shift, power steering, power brakes. I was told by previous owner it was original power train. Trans has been rebuilt at some time with shift kit, engine appears to have been rebuilt also. Runs and drives very well. Sounds like it has a small cam. Engine has Edelbrock intake and carb installed, but I have the factory intake, 4 barrel carb, stock air cleaner and valve covers with the car. Interior was redone in the late 90's and still looks new, paint was redone at about the same time but is only driver quality not show. Factory black exterior red interior car.  Has torque thrust II wheels with nearly new tires, nice sounding dual exhaust. Stainless and chrome trim in nice shape as well as bumpers and grill. I also have some misc. chrome trim and other parts. Dash trim is mostly new and dash pad had crack but was repaired, looks good. Glass in good shape, windows roll up and down as they should. Lights, turn signals, back up lights, interior lights, wipers, heater and radio all work also. Very nice unrestored car that is a good driver to take to shows or just cruise. I installed a new fuel tank, fuel pump, master cylinder, and wheel cylinder, new battery, and new carb. Belts and hoses all look new as well as alternator and starter. I also have the stock steering wheel but it will need restored, has a couple of cracks but horn ring in good shape. Car was parked for about 10 years and the odometer shows 101000 miles. I can't verify but it appears like it might be correct. Door seals, trunk seal and windshield seals were replaced and I also have a new rear window seal. It doesn't appear to leak but new one comes with it. The only thing that need repaired is the fuel tank sender is bad, the power brake booster is leaking but works fine and doesn't seem to affect the engine, and the horns don't work, but that could be from the after market steering wheel. I have the factory brake booster that you could have rebuilt and reinstall on the car. It went bad from setting. Like I said it's a very nice car that could be put back to factory without much effort and most of the original parts come with it. Feel free to ask any questions. Car is sold without any implied warranty and is for sale locally so I reserve the right to end auction early if it sells.Thanks

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