1975 Plymouth Fury Sport 440 V8 Pistol Grip Four-speed

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  1. Turboomni

    Turboomni Senior Member

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    The dash sucks in my opinion. Would rather it stock. Interesting car though.

     
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  2. 68PK21 440.6bbl

    68PK21 440.6bbl Senior Member

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    Orange engine but looks to be correct period/year heat shielded hipo exhaust manifold.
    Like to see the FT on this one, if it's a original 440 BB I wonder why they didn't go the whole enchilada with the Road Runner Package. Now that would be sweet!
     
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    A 440 is not original...the RB was no longer available in the B body after 74:

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    68PK21 440.6bbl Senior Member

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    Yea but weren't these considered 'B' Bodies? (they had the 440)

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    You are correct. I was referring to the 2 dr and civilian available options (Charger, Cordoba, Fury Sport etc) to which this applies.
     
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    The quick scan of the fender tag he made was really hard to make out, but it sure looks like it originally was equipped with a E44 (318/2bbl) and I think a D34 auto tranny.

    But really like the look of the car now though....I would drive that in a hear beat. But I have to agree about the dash needing to go back to stock, those autometer gauges are hideous in there.
     
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