1961 Plymouth Fury Convertible

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  • Condition: Used
  • Item location: Covington, Georgia, United States
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Fury
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: fury
  • Year: 1961
  • Mileage: 35
  • VIN: 3316194669
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: poly 318
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Options: Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Plymouth Fury 1961 Description

I have an older convertible that due to health, age and a distressed wallet, i'm unable to take to the finish line, I have been working on it for about three years now, there's not much that hasn't been rebuilt or replaced, it runs, drives, shifts, and stops, it's tagged/insured/registered, has maybe 45 miles on it since tagged, the motor runs great, the exhaust has a great tone to it, the reground camshaft gives it a little rumble, just a little over stock grind, the motor still has the EOS and oil since fired, a lot of money and time have been invested. At almost 70 and in failing health I just can't get out and work on it like I used to, I really don't have the storage to protect it from the elements and thieves I have pictures of building this car from day one, happy to send what i have and/or take any pictures requested and answer any questions, my cell number is 470-328-2243 and email is tcellguru@aol.com Here are the details.

This WAS ! My dream car, but like dreams, wives, girlfriends and beer, they all come and go. Lesson learned? careful what Ya dream for, This car hates Me, and I hate it.

fresh original rebuilt Poly 318 motor

bored .030

balanced rotating assembly crank, rods, bearings, pistons, rings, wrist pins, harmonic balancer, including the flywheel and clutch

New pistons/rings/bearings

cylinder heads redone

New Melling oil pump

Neoprene rear main seal instead of rope

New reground Camcrafters camshaft

Converted to spin on oil filter

New set of Melling solid lifters

New Cloyes true roller triple keyed timing chain

New Flowcooler high flow performance water pump

Powder coated silver Edelbrock P-600 3 X 2 aluminum intake

New thermostat

New radiator hose

This car was not originally air conditioned, but i planned on adding it, so entire motors front accessory drive system is from a poly 318 1966 Plymouth factory AC car, so the RV2 compressor and pulley system are already mounted for AC, it will need the inside evaporator/controller, the dryer, and the AC hoses.

All front pulleys (except the PS pump pulley), fan, radiator support, battery tray, motor mount heat shields and various other parts have been powder coated black

Three NEW, not rebuilt, 2 barrel Holley 94's Carb's, center is an Edelbrock with idle circuit and choke, ends are Fuel Force with idle circuits blocked, "dumpers".

I have a new set of the externally adjustable main jets that allow jetting without having to open the carb, haven't installed them yet.

New 3 X 2 progressive carburetor linkage, not installed yet.

Have the new banjo carb fittings for when all the carbs are fueled, i'm running block off plates under the outer carbs while the motor gets broken in and the center carb is fine tuned, it runs good and idles fine, just haven't spent a lot of time fiddling with the tune.

New and hard to find aftermarket finned aluminum tall valve covers

New Crane Fireball CD ignition with matching LX-92 coil, I mounted the CD box under the battery tray to conceal it to keep the old skool hot rod theme of the car.

New battery

New starter

The factory ammeter was bypassed and taken out of the electrical circuit and a fusible link install, also has a fusible link from the alternator to the battery

New turn signal switch with four way flashers

New battery cables

New speedometer cable

New electronic voltage regulator

new starter relay,

New cut to fit 8MM spark plug wires

Rare set of Poly 318 shorty tube headers, had a machine shop true the flanges to prevent gasket leaks and blowout

New fuel pump

New fuel regulator,

Aftermarket aluminum radiator

New dual master cylinder

New Wilwood adjustable brake proportioning valve

new brake lines on entire car

1966 Plymouth Fury 8 3/4 rear end installed, it was a drop in swap, no more tapered axles and it now has better brakes

Rebuilt rear brakes, New shoes, hardware, wheel cylinders

New universal joint in the drive shaft

New front disk brake conversion, new 12" cross drilled and vented rotors, new Dodge Calipers, new ceramic pads, new rubber brake lines

Rebuilt the entire front suspension

New upper and lower ball joints

New upper and lower control arm bushings

New outer tie rod ends

New idler arm bushing

New gas tank

New gas tank sending unit

NOS Fuel gauge

New ballast resistor

New spark plugs

New aftermarket water temp gauge

New aftermarket oil pressure guage

Old skool chrome Dixco tachometer mounted on the floor

New Hurst three speed floor shifter

New fender skirts with forward look emblems

Four perfect and polished headlight trim rings

Set of stainless "mascara" for headlight covers including the two NOS side spears

Set of custom side view mirrors

New white convertible top to install

one spot of rust on the DS headlight mount, i assume the drivers fender was replaced at some point

New ACC medium blue molded carpet to install

New top hydraulic pump

New top lift cylinders

New top hydraulic hoses

Convertible top works fine

The entire floorboard has new Hushmat sound deadner installed, have a few extra sheets for the doors when the door panels are installed

All glass good

New set of 15 inch chrome five spoke Astro Supreme rims

Four new Toyo 225-75-15 tires, skinny whites

New gas tank,

New gas tank sending unitNew oil pressure and temp sending units

NOS dash speaker grill

New dash speaker

New dual rear antennas

New chrome Patriot side exhaust system

New 3 inch exhaust header pipes,

New shocks front and rear

New heater hoses and stainless clamps

All exterior stainless trim professionally redone/polished

New set of headlight stainless " half moon eye lids"

Perfect grill, just polished

NOS steering wheel

Four new headlight bulbs

new horn relay

New set of horns

set of glass blue dots for tail light lenses

Extra set of tail light lenses

New power steering pressure and return hoses

Rebuilt power steering pump

1961 Georgia license plate repainted and installed

Dash has been repainted the original medium blue

The glove box is not installed

Front bumper has been re-plated

The gold anodized grill emblem and front fender emblems have been stripped and re-anodized.

I have the front bumper over rider/grill protector, it's straight and rust free, but not installed

I have the Fury emblems for the front fender sides, just haven't installed them yet

I'm only running the center carb right now till fully broken in.I have all he interior pieces, but out of the car, the rear seat has been done in the original pattern.

Body was DA'd and primed, my painter dragged his feet so long I had to put a temporary thin flat black coat of paint on it to preserve it, the firewall was taken to bare metal, primed and painted, there is no rust on the firewall, cowl, quarter panels (upper or lower) around he windows, floor board front and back, No matter what the pictures look like, the car is rust free and arrow straight.

The car has power steering

heater and fan work

windshield wipers work

horns work

Brake lights, parking lights, headlights, and turn signals as well as the 4 way flashers work..

The dash lights and radio don't work, don't know why, i'm to old and to fat to lay under the dash and figure it out

A great deal for someone younger that has the time, ability and a place to work on it and finish it, all of which I am out of. The body has never been hit and is straight and rust free but i think the drivers front fender has been replaced, the inner fenders/firewall/trunk/door jams have been repainted the original Robin's Egg Blue, the top pump sprang a leak and ruined some of the paint in the trunk, i have the paint, primer,DA sanding discs to do the body, this is the original non metallic "baby blue" not a flashy metal flake or candy/pearl, but a seldom seen old school color, even on older cars, a Baby Blue 60's convertible, if that don't get your car juices flowing, just move along cause this ain't for You. A no rust 60's convertible, hard to find them! I guarantee You there won't be another one of these pulling up next to You at a traffic light. Probably some stuff i left out, contact me if interested and we'll talk, I know what it's worth finished, with that said,bid away

For sale locally, I reserve the right to end the auction at any time.

Trades considered, NO projects..

On May-09-16 at 06:52:42 PDT, seller added the following information:

I have the original brushed stainless steel inserts for the rear quarters, in excellent shape

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