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1964 Plymouth Sport Fury

Bigone1420 writes:

Just wanted you to know that I own 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury. It was sitting in garage in Chicago for 17 years. I am the third owner and it has 52000 miles. It has bucket seats, console and is tan and white. It has interceptor 383 high performance commando engine. It runs perfectly. I had to replace springs, brake lines, brake wheel cylinders. I had the master cylinder and power brake vacuum unit and 4 bl carburetor rebuilt, and replaced battery. This car really moves out fast.

I have all the original papers, window sticker, bill of sale and the original letter from President of Chrysler to the original man who bought this car in 1964; (they did that in '64). Any help guidance, etc., would be appreciated. Many Thanks

Not being a Mopar man after rebuilding some Chevys and '67 Pontiac's I am wondering how I can go about learning more about this particular model etc. I have never seen one like it at any car show.
Great going, these Sport Furys are very nice Mopars!

Any specific questions, just ask!

Gary H.

May 31, 2001.

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