NOT MINE 1968 Plymouth Sport Fury 383 4spd $20,000 Conway AR (FB)

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Another 4 speed, sigh, again no engine bay pictures.

1968 Plymouth Sport Fury $20,000 Conway AR

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About This Vehicle

Driven 98,796 miles
Manual transmission
Exterior color: Green · Interior color: Green
Fuel type: Gasoline
This vehicle is paid off
Clean title
This vehicle has no significant damage or problems.

Seller's Description

1968 Plymouth Sport Fury 383 Commando V8 with factory 4 speed. Has a 4 barrel carburetor and MSD ignition. Original miles on car are 98,796 but motor has been completely over hauled and has less then 5 thousand miles. Transmission rebuilt and rear end has new bearings and seals.
Has New: fuel tank, tires, brakes, steering box, upper and lower A arm bushings and the full interior
Comes with; new truck pan, rear quarter panels and drivers side replacement taillight body and chrome
Extras included; door weatherstrip, roof rail weatherstrip, tail light gaskets, firewall clutch boat, body bumper kit for hood/doors/trunk and parts catalog.


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Is that trunk pan NOS? The new quarters shown look like the junk C2C one's but the trunk floor looks good.
 

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Cool, A/C too, guessing no PB by the pedal position. Interior looks great, original Inland shifter, AM/FM w/rear speaker good options. Like to see the fender tag.
 
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Is that trunk pan NOS? The new quarters shown look like the junk C2C one's but the trunk floor looks good.
I don't thinks so as all the period year correct Mopar NOS panels have been painted grey that I have seen. The ribbing is different too. 1 widthwide rib vs 2 in the car picture, different year(?) different model to be hacked to fit? Who knows.

(edit) I kind of take the grey color back as this supposed NOS 1967 (full) quarter panel looks a little black'ish but I've seen grey fury one's but over the years who know what could have been done as I've seen supposed Cuda one's in red.

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I don't have the numbers but I'm sure rare. Now, rarity doesn't always equate to value but if you want a 4 speed C body? Eye of the beholder I guess, (I can attest, the condition of the seats is a big plus).
 

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The rarity to me is that it's a Hardtop and not a Fastop as over a decade of searching for 1968 Furys mostly all I see are Fastops.


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The rarity to me is that it's a Hardtop and not a Fastop as over a decade of searching for 1968 Furys mostly all I see are Fastops.


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I never could get into the fastop cars. I'll probably get flak for this but that is the best looking roofline on a slab. Plymouth must have thought so as well since they borrowed it from the 66 Chryslers.
 

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I don't have the numbers but I'm sure rare. Now, rarity doesn't always equate to value but if you want a 4 speed C body? Eye of the beholder I guess, (I can attest, the condition of the seats is a big plus).
The seats are Beautiful, in fact from what I can see all of the interior is nice.
 

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I never could get into the fastop cars. I'll probably get flak for this but that is the best looking roofline on a slab. Plymouth must have thought so as well since they borrowed it from the 66 Chryslers.
I won't give you any flak as I have 6 Fastop's but I also have hardtop's as well and I agree that the hardtop's look better.
 

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WAY too much money vs the amount of work needed.
Although it looks like a fabulous starting point.
 

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WAY too much money vs the amount of work needed.
Although it looks like a fabulous starting point.
Well yea it's a 4 speed, they are still out there and looking at the very moderate wear of the pedals and I believe the sellers honest opinion of the mileage, but without a picture of the engine bay I'll bet the motor needs to be completely gone through just to make it a decent driver as what is that I see by the parking brake release? A manual choke cable?

Definitely a go too looker and talk to the guy car but I'll bet he's got mucho coin already involved in it.

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Well yea it's a 4 speed, they are still out there and looking at the very moderate wear of the pedals and I believe the sellers honest opinion of the mileage, but without a picture of the engine bay I'll bet the motor needs to be completely gone through just to make it a decent driver as what is that I see by the parking brake release? A manual choke cable?

Definitely a go too looker and talk to the guy car but I'll bet he's got mucho coin already involved in it.

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FWIW, seller said "motor has been completely over hauled and has less then 5 thousand miles. Transmission rebuilt and rear end has new bearings and seals.
Has New: fuel tank, tires, brakes, steering box, upper and lower A arm bushings and the full interior"

The rust is mild (but it's there and must be dealt with). And it needs paint.
So it's $5000 away from being finished (minimum). Would it be worth ~$25k if it was shiny? I'm thinking not.
Or for me - drive and enjoy as-is. But $20k is a lot for a driver that has no shine.
 
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