440 V8, 3SPD AUTO W/PUSH-BUTTON, PWR STEER, NICE COLOR COMBO, RUNS/DRIVES WELL!!

US $31,995.00
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Features and Specifications

Make: Plymouth
Model: Fury
Type: Other
Doors: 2
Year: 1964
Mileage: 23,815
VIN: 3341261599
Color: Other
Engine: 440 V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Other
Vehicle Title: Clear

1964 Plymouth Fury

A 1964 Plymouth Fury hardtop with a mean red-on-red presentation and an even meaner 440 V8 under the hood... this is what Mopar dreams are made of.
The Ruby Red hue of this car makes it an instant standout. Plus, the straight-edge styling works well on this very fast Fury. The pointed fenders with matching grille are an intimidating callout; the hardtop roofline is unique; and the full-length body crease that wraps around the rear is absolutely sporty. As a true American classic, there's plenty of great bright work like the large wraparound bumpers, and the trim line that has the red, white, and blue markings of the Sport Fury. But the boldest element people will like the most is the addition of 15-inch American Racing alloys that properly fill the wheel wells.
Hardtop roofs are great, because their pillarless presentation mean people have easy access to get a peek at the bright red interior. But more than just a desirable and factory-correct red-on-red, there is a lot to see inside. For example, the factory steering wheel and dash are both symmetrical works of art. That push-button transmission is a cool '60s feature. But as you spot the full auxiliary gauge trio and Sun Super Tach mounted on the steering column, you soon realize that your favorite feature is probably under the hood.
The Fury is a great car to have because some of Mopar's best motors fit within the fender walls. That's why you can have one with the mighty 440 cubic-inch V8 from later Chrysler street dominators filling the engine bay. Big block Mopar power always looks great, but this presentation is exceptional with the polished air grabber and valve covers. A Holley double-pumper four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Performer intake mean a more wicked rumble to the dual exhaust and more power to the streets. Speaking of getting power to the pavement, a stout three-speed automatic transmission gives you reliable shifts during performance driving as well as contributes to the easy cruising nature of this Fury.
The color and V8 means this lives up to its Fury name. So don't miss this attractive Mopar muscle classic. Call now!

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