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Featured Mopar   1964 Plymouth Sport Fury Convertible  1964 Plymouth Sport Fury Convertible, front driver side

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April 2009 through September 2012   
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The 1962 - 1965 Mopar Web site was created by G. Hamel;
that's me! I do the web mechanic maintenance as well.
Updates of this site will regularly occur as possible.
Hey, I have to find time to work on and drive my
non-electronic Mopars too! smile!

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Have a great time browsing this web site!

Sample Mopars on this Web Site
and Viewer Comments!

What a great website you have! I can spend hours browsing and find so much information
that I just forget what I was looking for. Thanks!
— Hans H.

B Body racers

1962 Chrysler Newport

I took a rusted down 1963 Sport Fury factory 383 4-speed car from a field in Arkansas
where it had rested for almost 30 years to a good driver with the assistance of the members of this
site’s Mail List and information found on this site. Without the 1962 to 1965 Mopar Group
the Plymouth would not be on the road today.
— Dennis C.

Richard Petty's 1964 / 1965 Barracuda Reconstruction

Phil Munoa's 1965 Plymouth Belvedere II restoration

This is version 442 of the 1962 to 1965 Mopar Web Site: January 9, 2022


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