NOT MINE 1970 Plymouth fury Sport $6,000

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1970 Plymouth Fury · Sport
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1970 Plymouth Sport Fury with the 383 4 barrel, with the 727 TorqueFlite Transmission. Rear end is running 3:23 gears. The previous owner replaced the rear leaf springs, new holly carb installed, replaced the timing chain, tune up, had a new transmission pan installed and new exhaust. I had a new master cylinder and brake booster installed last month, and also sanded and painted the floor pans. I installed the new carpet after the floor pans were dry. Oil change was completed on the 9th and a new Die Hard battery was installed the same day as well. I have all new front end parts, along with a new oil pan and gasket in the box still. The car leaks about a half a quart of oil a month or less, and is not really a problem. No rust on frame little on body. It starts right up and drives great, this car is an excellent cruiser. I need the money to help my grandpa. Price reduced to $6000 for quick sale will take offers as well.
 
Thank you for posting. The fender tag of this FT6 SF looks like it has been relocated — @69CoronetRT — but shows E61 — so it was originally a 2bbl car.

It looks like PH41L1D108505 or PH41L1D108605 or (my guess) PH41L1D103505

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I just talked with @70 Sport Suburban -- turns out that he knows this car very well. A friend of his rescued it from Iowa, where it might have been derbied, and he brought it to Manny --who installed the HP manifolds, the 4bbl carb, the dual exhausts, and a second-gen charger item to adjust the stall point.
 
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