For Sale Poor little 70 SportFury

C Body Mopars For Sale

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  1. 68PK21 440.6bbl

    68PK21 440.6bbl Senior Member

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    Glad someone else posted this, think I got a butchered 68 bagged fury in the bookmark bin.

    Wanna see?

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    68PK21 440.6bbl Senior Member

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    Also I tried to zoom in on the powerbulge thinking/hoping to see 440, but I believe it's 383.
     
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    commando1 Old Man Wearing a Hat on the Porch FCBO Gold Member

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    383 is fine with me. Preferably a 2bbl. I'm tired if twiddling day and night.

    Anybody got one of those ancient truck 413 2bbl intakes? Idles at 500rpm driving a PTO.
     
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    Better than a 318. . . Pretty soon we are gonna talk ourselves into thinking that $7500 price is really a good deal. . .
     
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    commando1 Old Man Wearing a Hat on the Porch FCBO Gold Member

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    I warned everybody about this. :rolleyes:
     
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    eventually it's just inflation. I would argue a rust free 70 Sport Fury body has decent value these days. $7500? Maybe, body work is really expensive, even just the materials anymore. I'd rather that than $1500 for a rot bucket.
     
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    live4theking Old Man with a Hat

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    If it was good and solid and ran well I'd say $4-5K on the best day.
     
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    Marv Wannabe C-body owner FCBO Gold Member

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    Just curious what is going on with that dash pad. I wonder if an upholstery shop covered it. It also looks like something is blocking the defogger vents. The steering wheel needs to go.
     
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    Looks savable. Bring 5000.00 in cash and offer 4500.
     
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    Marv Wannabe C-body owner FCBO Gold Member

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    I wonder wether it's a black paintjob or wrapped in foil... Foil is way cheaper than paint (at least if it's done in a shop) and it preserves the original paint. There might be a nice SportFury hidden underneath. Most probably a green one but it might be worth a look if someone's living nearby
     
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    Fury440 At my age everything's a good idea FCBO Gold Member

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    Looks like one of those vacuum formed "caps" covering th dash pad. The indent for the wood trim strip is missing. No idea what is happening with the defroster vents, might be a "fix" to hold the cap down at the front.
     
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    The woodgrain trim was not on the early production 70's I believe. That doesnt explain the rest of that train wreck in the dash area though


     
  14. 70 Sport Suburban

    70 Sport Suburban Active Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Looks like a 69 dash pad to me.
     
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    Its comein......folks are huntin....
     
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    I see a decent 2dr 383 Plymouth Fury/car......
    Don't know what they were doing with those defrost vents, but everything else I see can be undone w/o too much pain. That goes for the interior too. And those side pipes, oofff. Those would come off the moment money is exchanged.
     
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