SOLD 70 Sport Fury GT EA4

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    FOR SALE: 1970 Plymouth Sport Fury GT originally from California, this car has spent most of it's life on the west coast and as a result is rust free. As usual with desert cars, the paint has been nearly baked off ( a previous owner had primered the bare spots but rest assured, there is no Bondo lurking under there, just bare steel). The trunk floor does have a few spots that will need attention, but otherwise no metal replacement is needed..

    **Engine**: Newly rebuilt numbers matching 440 with parts from Wiseco, Eagle, ARP, Comp and Smith Bros. to name a few (receipts available) New starter, p/s pump, alternator, water pump and rebuilt correct one year only, California only carburetor.
    **A/C system** completely refurbished with a new condenser, dryer, expansion valve, o-rings and rebuilt compressor. Still running R-12

    **Suspension **Firm Feel stage II steering box, Firm Feel tubular upper control arms, rebuilt lowers, FF pitman arm, new sway and strut rod bushings, new shocks.

    **Brakes **rebuilt calipers, new rotors, pads and hoses, new master cylinder, booster rebuilt (by Dewey)

    **Driveshaft** new u-joints installed, straightened and balanced

    **Cooling **re-cored, correct numbered radiator ( not pictured)

    *New alternator
    *New tires
    *New ACC mass backed carpet.

    I have a set of well worn, but correct seats for the car that come with it. I bought them in Carlisle to use as patterns should I (or you) want to have new covers made locally.

    The car runs and shifts excellent, handles well and stops on a dime.

    This is a car worthy of a full on restoration. While the GT's were a pretty limited production run in and of itself, this one is rather unique in that it is a non vinyl roof car (15% of production) and a rarely seen A4 (silver) car to boot. The red primer in some of the pictures was stripped off to be sure there was nothing lurking under there and there was not. There are a few pics of the bare quarter (epoxy primed since for protection).

    $20,000 firm. Yes, it's a bit of a salty number I know, but I'm buried in this car and though I'm willing to take a hit for a few grand, I'm not ready to take a bath on it.

    Thanks for looking.

    -Pete

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    Engine ( sorry, they are a little out of order).

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    FWIW, I don't the asking price is way off if the car is as rust free as it appears. Too bad the original front seats were swapped out.
     
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    Oh momma

    GLWS Pete!
     
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    Love it!:thumbsup:
     
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    FWIW, I'm usually one to notice the flaws first in a FS car, but this one is the reverse.

    Sheetmetal looks great around the glass/trim, interior looks decent except for the front seats (but that's fixable), great color combo, AC repaired/operational, correct wheels in decent shape, lots of mech work done AND seems to have been de-bugged and is road-reliable.

    As for the flaws, they are reasonably-fixable for those that aren't perfectionists:
    A little dye on the carpet on the doorpanels, maybe some nice PSA veneer for the emblem area?
    Fiber-tape the trunk floor holes (to keep fumes out) and put down a repop mat.
    Maybe new tires (those Wide Ovals look awesome!).
    Front seats could maybe turned into SF seats with repop foams and then recovered?

    Then drive it like a madman whilst you figure out the paint budget.

    @5wndwcpe:
    I don't recall seeing a Fusey pass-side log like that one, with that flat-sculpted area and the line.
    What is the casting#?

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    All I can envision is a H6S Platinum & H6X Black interior with that car !!! But that is just me,,,,,,,,,,,, :thumbsup:

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    20k and you are 90% there. That's worth every penny, I wish you all the luck with the sale!
     
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    Platinum interior in a silver car--that sure would look totally awesome! But that interior color option (platinum) was no longer offered in 1970, the page you're showing is from the 1969 color & upholstery selector.
     
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    Great Car! What a drag to have to sell!
     
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    I’m going to guess that you know this because of the lack of burnt orange?
     
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    It looks to be 289 9876, which curiously, is not listed on the MyMopar castings page but it is listed on tti's site.
     
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    Thanks for the reply.
    All teh logs I have are older than that, and I have a 70 440 but the manifolds have been swapped off. I guess I just never noticed that shape/appearance before, all the older ones are very rounded/smooth, and the later ones have some ribbing in them.
     
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    There were no Sport Fury convertibles in 1970 anymore, that was what caught my eye first.
     
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    great car..should sell close to your number imo.. if i didn't already have one.... sadly its a total pile...

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    Ah, great minds think alike there Mario !
     
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