'65 Sport Fury Restomod

Rating:
5/5,
  • 440 - Edelbrock Carb & Performer 440 Intake - Comp Cam - Schumacher Poly-Loc Mounts - A727 w/shift kit - Hughes Torque Convertor 2500 Stall - Four Wheel Disc Brakes, Wilwood front/SSBC rear - Flowmaster Dual Exhaust - Michelins on Foose Wheels - Classic Instruments - Ron Francis Wiring - Ron Davis Aluminum Radiator - 3-Stage Dupont Chromabase Paint - IDIDIT Steering - CVF Racing Belt System - Sure-Grip 8.75 w 3:23 Gears - New Axles with Green Sealed Bearings - New Rear Leaf Springs 004.JPG 006.JPG 009.JPG 004.JPG 006.JPG 009.JPG 012.JPG 024.JPG 007 (2).JPG 022.JPG 013 (2).JPG 006 (2).JPG 001 (3).JPG View attachment 153507 Build out after paint 001.JPG 001 (2).JPG 021 (2).JPG 035 (2).JPG 021.JPG 047.JPG Build Out Front Fenders 003.JPG 011.JPG 024.JPG 034.JPG Rear End Dissasemble 019.JPG 0007.JPG 011.JPG 004.JPG 006.JPG 009.JPG 012.JPG 024.JPG 007 (2).JPG 022.JPG 013 (2).JPG 006 (2).JPG 001 (3).JPG View attachment 153507 Build out after paint 001.JPG 001 (2).JPG 021 (2).JPG 035 (2).JPG 021.JPG 047.JPG Build Out Front Fenders 003.JPG 011.JPG 024.JPG 034.JPG Rear End Dissasemble 019.JPG 0007.JPG 011.JPG 012.JPG 024.JPG 007 (2).JPG 022.JPG 013 (2).JPG 006 (2).JPG 001 (3).JPG View attachment 153507 Build out after paint 001.JPG 001 (2).JPG 021 (2).JPG 035 (2).JPG 021.JPG 047.JPG Build Out Front Fenders 003.JPG 011.JPG 024.JPG 034.JPG Rear End Dissasemble 019.JPG 0007.JPG 011.JPG
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  1. Not Right
    Wow.., there is just no end to peoples' imaginations. You have had a "vision" and you made it a come true. And you started from behind the eight ball, to boot. In looking at the before photos, I could see the years of packed layers of oil leak-dust, oil leak-dust. Cleaning all that off just to get to back to zero probably takes as much effort as the Resto job. Your choice of colors and color schemes are cool. The engine and suspension work are things that make one sit back in the lawn chair with the iced tea and just smile as one gazes at the job in progress. In paying further attention to the surroundings in the photos, I have a real good idea of where you are and I can tell everyone who is reading my commentary that sgtdave may have shed some blood and tears during the job, but he sweated an Olympic sized swimming pool. The garage is not air conditioned and all those stones in the driveway and yard area..? They turn into a billion red-hot coals during the day and halfway through the night, at least 9 months out of the year! Enjoy your ride Sgt. Dave!!! - Not Right, Buckeye Union High '79
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  2. TX67FURY
    What type of seats are those?
    1. sgtdave
      Seats are '65 factory frames with new bucket foam from Legendary Interiors.
      sgtdave, Nov 27, 2017
  3. mrfury68
    Nice work & the finished product looks amazing. Great job by you.
    1. sgtdave
      Thanks! I appreciate the comment.
      sgtdave, Nov 27, 2017
  4. Fury440
    Very, very nice job! Your mechanical build sounds much like mine, except I haven't done the rad yet and I'm pondering a tighter steering box. Your dash looks perfect, a very nice gauge layout.All that and it's a 2drht to boot, darn hard to beat that combo! Very nice job!!
    1. sgtdave
      Thanks, I appreciate the remarks.
      sgtdave, Nov 27, 2017
  5. Texaner
    Nice car !!! Perfect !!! :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
    1. sgtdave
      Thanks!
      sgtdave, Nov 27, 2017
  6. Ironwolf
    Very nice and impressive build !!!!! :thumbsup::steering::thumbsup:
    1. sgtdave
      Thank you! When I look back at the photos it's hard to believe it was once a stripped out car. I know the wife was happy when it started to look like a car again!
      sgtdave, Nov 27, 2017