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For sale...………...in Spain.
Plymouth für € 18.000,-
Wow - 3 on the tree AND power brakes and AC??? Power windows too!!
Plymouth Sport Fury '70
5200cc v8 230hp (318CI) engine.
3-speed manual transmission.
Speedometer in kilometers.
In perfect state of conservation.
Mechanical wiring and brakes done.
Only on of its kind in Spain, this is a car with history.
Few units manufactured of this model.
I'm wondering if this is a bit of a Frankenstein - the clutch pedal doesn't look quite right, there's no trim bezel on the gas pedal to match the clutch and brake pedals, and something tells me that not all the exterior trim is correct for 70 SF, but I'm not an expert on those particular cars.
Sport Fury script on deck lid should not be mounted diagonally, it does have the correct sport fury side markers, so I suspect it was a sport fury to start with, also has the correct interior trim for the sport fury. Missing the rubber splash panel from the nose of the hood, I agree with the clutch pedal looking off but it may just be missing the rubber snubber on the stop. Very odd options for a 3 speed car. Car has also been repainted at some point as there is paint on the washer for the door striker and lots of orange peel on the top. Also has an after market washer bottle.
That I figured was a given... lol.
Was a vinyl top car based on the trim
It is in Barcelona...great city.....I spent a week there.
Long way to go to buy a car.
hmmm I like that one, the ext. color is cool and the roofline is the one that´s considered to be nicer.
But it´s missing the vinyl roof which was 99% white as the the interior is white. I don´t like white
vinyl and it´s just the 318... I pass on this one ..
It's supposed to be diagonal, and is missing the Pininfarina badge under the SF script.
The Euro-style straight exhaust extension is a dead giveaway to that.
I think that was a Ferrari thing.
That is a neat car! If I had the asking $31,430 USD, I'd buy it, as I love oddballs. About 25 years ago I had a 1969 Fury I 4-door sedan, 3 on the tree, manual steering, manual brakes, 318, AM radio...and factory A/C! The original owner ordered it that way.
I sold it because it was difficult for me to park it in Chicago, especially in narrow self-park garages.
Sure would like to see the fender tag on this car. I wonder what Spain's export/import tags look like. Are they the same as other european countries?