1968 Plymouth Fury VIP, 383 4 Barrel, automatic with factory air. The car originally came with a 2 barrel carb. At some point in the cars life a 4 barrel intake and carb were added. The intake dates to 1968 however the carb was shot so I put a rebuilt Carter AVS on. The original air cleaner base does not fit the replacement carb so I have an aftermarket summit brand fitted for now. The car is originally from North Carolina with just under 43,000 miles on the odometer. The car is in really nice shape. The interior is also in great shape except for the carpet, it will need to be replaced. The front seat is a split bench with armrest. There is a small crack in the dash but not split open. The headliner is in great shape. Door panels are in nice shape but the armrests in the front have cracked however not split open. The body is in great shape with some minor bubbling of rust around the lower quarters. As far as I can tell the car has never been repainted. The underneath is in as nice shape as the outer body with exception to the trunk area on the drivers side. There was a rug that held moisture in the trunk and it created lots of surface rust and created holes on the drivers side trunk pan (see pictures). The moisture enters the trunk at the bottom corners of the back window. As far as I can tell this area isn't rusted considerably but must have rusted to be leaking. There are a few quirky things about the car that I am trying to resolve and they are as follows: no dash lights, no parking lights up front. Radio doesn't work and neither does the factory AC. Again I am working on these things. There are many new parts on the car. Just a few notable things are a new radiator, rebuilt power steering pump, all new belts and hoses, plugs and wires. The car has a new dual stainless steel exhaust, four new tires, a ball joint replaced and an alignment. The gas tank has been removed, flushed and a new sending unit installed. Four new shocks. As mentioned earlier a reman carburetor. This is a daily driver and a true survivor. I have over $8,500 invested in the car along with innumerable hours of my time. $6,500 is more than fair for a car in this condition so my price is firm.