1968 Sport Fury 383 4 Speed Convertible

Rating:
5/5,
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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 65pacecar
    wow Beautiful car.
    1. Luke Pokrajac
      Thank you sir!
      Luke Pokrajac, Oct 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. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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