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Very nice sled, I'm working on a 68 sport fury convertible 383, bucket center console automatic with the same color interior, the car was beige. I bet it turns heads, not too many 1968 sport fury big blocks left, they didn't make that many. Very nice car.
Really love the car. Very rare with the 4 speed and tilt-a-scope options. Especially being a convertible and a big block. Definitely something you don't see everyday. I know they made them but never seen one at a show. The 4 speed really sets it from the rest. Love the Magnum 500 wheels too. Two thumbs up. Drive the wheels off it.
Awesome car I have a gg1 440 L code am/fm, column automatic. I love the color of yours the green top, especially the 4 speed with console. Great looking car!
That's a beauty! I like the optional equipment and the 4-speed is icing on the cake. I hope you post lots of pics, I need as many references as I can get for restoring mine. The color of yours really shows off the body lines.
No problem, any questions just ask.
Factory AM/FM radio. Now I am impressed!
Thanks. The AM/FM I added, found it on craigs list. I only did the rear speaker because with the radio came a factory fader and wiring harness back to the rear.
Beautiful '68 Sport Fury drop top. Big block, 4 speed and some nice options like Tilt-O-Scope steering column & AM/FM radio with rear speaker. I like it a lot.
Thanks. The AM/FM I added, I only did the rear speaker because with the radio came a factory fader and wiring harness back to the rear.
Original 4-speed car or upgrade? Must be a blast to drive!
Yes it is. Tranny needs some work, syncros not so good. Shifter a bit sloppy too. Next project(s).
Nice color combination, interesting options too............
Wow..A 3 peddle car!! Hell ya.. what’s her story?
Ordered by first owner, sold in 72 to second. He had it until 2012. He sold It to someone that was going to fix it up but didn't. I got it a year or so later. Basically all original, still has points, I added the am-fm. The main thing I had to work was brakes, ended up doing everything from the pedal on down.