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1965 Plymouth Sport Fury

Ged writes from New Zealand: I own a 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury that I imported from California a year and a half ago: 383 Commando V8, 727 trans, center console car with power brakes. 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury, driver side
Before Restoration
The Mopar is in the spray painter’s shop at the moment, it’s pretty much getting everything done including engine, the 383 spun a bearing so out it came. 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury, under restoration
Getting ready for panel beating at the spray shop

I’ve had a 440 block stroked to 512ci professionally built with a 440source stroker kit, ported 440source stealth heads, COMP cams roller rockers, springs, and a 564 lift hydraulic flat tappet COMP cam, Edelbrock performer RPM intake manifold, 950 CFM Holley carb, 727 with reverse pattern manual valve body, 8 3/4 diff with 3.55 gears with a Truetrac center, 13 inch front disc brakes, TTI ceramic coated headers, plus a lot more just for 1 mean street cruiser bruiser!

Hopefully I’ll get the Plymouth back from the spray shop before Christmas and start putting it all together.

The website is great! Keep up the great work!

Contact Ged: contact owner 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury

Thanks Ged!

Very neat Mopar ride!

Cruising and bruising in a C body Plymouth Sport Fury!   smile!

Gary H.

November 17, 2009

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