Trying to stand out during the Sixties was a tough thing thanks to the number of legendary cars that were leaving American manufacturers’ factory floors. The Ford Mustang stole the show and the Chevrolet Camaro followed. But amongst all this muscle car madness stood one car that could trade blows in terms of design and performance with the Mustang and Camaro whilst also being a somewhat practical car as well. The 4th generation Plymouth Fury was that car and for years, it never got the credit it deserved. Give it that credit now, and revel in high performance, luxury, and practicality with this 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury Coupe we have today. Located in Connecticut with just 98,600 miles on the clock this could potentially be the next hot Sixties muscle car investment.
The fourth generation of the Plymouth Fury saw a major redesign. The relaxed perception and looks were traded for a sportier persona thanks to new chief stylist Elwood Engel. You now got longer and straighter body lines and a host of exterior features to make it stand out. The red exterior on this 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury Coupe ensures that all these design features all stand out superbly. The car is all original with no modifications done to it. The chrome strip running around the car is in great shape too. The factory whitewalls and hubcaps are a thing of the past as this car rides on a set of Cragar-styled vintage wheels which compliments the sporty look. Pop the trunk and you see the spare wheel. Whilst the body styling and good looks were nice, where this 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury Coupe really shines in its interior. Stepping inside you are treated to a host of luxury components that were made standard on the Plymouth Sport Fury lineup. This car is equipped with a red interior that’s made to match the exterior. The interior is in great condition with the nickel and wood trim looking shiny and new. The car has its original rippled bucket seats which give you a sporty and luxurious feel to match your mood.
Although the Plymouth Fury belonged to a lineup that boasted luxury features in a large body, the 4th generation was far from that. In terms of engines, you could choose between 6 engine trims with the smallest one being an inline 6 engine. This 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury Coupe however sports a 383ci (6.3L) V8 engine that was meant to push out some serious performance. Power is sent to the rear wheels through 727 Torqueflite transmission. The engine and transmission in this car are reported to be numbers matching as well and highly tunable to make this car even faster.
Car Location- Connecticut Matching Numbers Engine Matching Numbers Transmission 727 Torque Flight Trans Spare Tire Original Fender Tag Original Build Sheet
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