1968 Sport Fury 383 4 Speed Convertible

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5/5,
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  1. 69monaco
    Very nice!! :thumbsup:
    1. Luke Pokrajac
      Thanks. Lots of elbow grease in getting the paint rubbed out..it looks about as good as it can get without a paint job. Original finish polished out beautifully.
      Luke Pokrajac, Sep 11, 2019
  2. Fury440
    Outstanding! I owned a 68 vert with a 318 auto, great car but the 318 forced me to trade up to my current 70 vert with a 440 auto. If my original 68 had been equipped like yours, I'd probably still own it!
    1. Luke Pokrajac
      Thanks! Yep, first owner did a great job ordering the 4 speed.
      Luke Pokrajac, Sep 11, 2019
  3. mrfury68
    Beautiful car Luke. That would be a blast to drive with the top down going through the gears.
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    1. Luke Pokrajac
      It is! It's up for a transmission rebuild, most likely next year. You have to be creative with shifts sometimes.
      Luke Pokrajac, Sep 12, 2019
  4. SportFury70
    I believe a member here used to own this beauty. A 4 speed, big block, and tilt-a-scope steering convertible is very rare. You gotta gem there. Congratulations. I love the car
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    1. Luke Pokrajac
      Thanks! You are correct. Previous owner is still a member of this site.
      Luke Pokrajac, Sep 12, 2019
  5. 65pacecar
    wow Beautiful car.
    1. Luke Pokrajac
      Thank you sir!
      Luke Pokrajac, Oct 12, 2019
  6. Moort Triggs
    Great Ride, great job getting-it to this level!
    1. Luke Pokrajac
      Thanks! Actually it is pretty much original...lots of Patina going on...pictures don't do it justice. It needs a paint job.
      Luke Pokrajac, Oct 24, 2019
  7. Rexer
    That's very nice. I love the upholstery!!
    1. Luke Pokrajac
      Thanks Man! It has the original upholstery other than a redo of the drivers seat. Last owner did a noble job trying to match the original green on the drivers seat.
      Luke Pokrajac, Nov 11, 2019 at 12:53 PM