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  • Condition: Used
  • Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Fury
  • SubModel: Sport Fury
  • Doors: 5
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 48,464
  • VIN: PH27G74235090
  • Color: Other
  • Engine size: 440 V8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Other
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Plymouth Fury 1967 Description

This is the kind of car that gives Mopars their rare reputation. After all, when was the last time you saw a 1967 Plymouth Sport Fury convertible for sale? Especially one that is done this nice, driven by big block power, and has had the right investments made to make sure it's always ready for sunny day fun.Stacked headlights, crisp overhangs, and a blocky stance gave the fourth-generation Plymouth Fury an instant presence. Plus, this one has all the right premium trim, including the tri-color Sport Fury flag and the Commando V8 badges. And just like any good Mopar, it's all quite rare there were less than 3,200 Sport Furys droptops built in 1967. In fact, '67 was arguably the best year to own because some of the trim of the previous years was dropped to give this a much more modern and sleek look. That's why we like the shine on the factory-correct white. Vintage fans will us appreciate good paint, but the kids out there will just think this is as cool as their iPad. This same vintage and modern dueling style can be seen on the wheels. The large US Mags 17-inch alloys will attract the youth crowd, but classic lovers will also be happy to know the factory wheel covers also come with the sale. While the dark blue roof does a great job of coordinating with the blue in the Sport Fury triple-stripe, we like how this one looks even more when the power top is folded down. That's because the silver blue interior looks amazing. More than just a great color to go with the white, once you see the carpeting, door panels, and seating, you'll realize there was some serious money invested keeping this Fury looking it best. This is the ultimate Fury package, and that means bucket seats with an artful center console. You grab the cool factory three-spoke steering wheel, and in front of that is the familiar rectangular Plymouth speedometer that's flanked on your left by auxiliary gauges. On your right are great factory features like the AM radio and the clock that's still ticking away. Below that there is even a vacuum gauge for old-school fun that they love to see at the car show.This Sport Fury truly lives up to its name with big block power under the hood. The Commando callouts were not lying. This came from the factory with the 383 cubic-inch V8, but this has been upgraded to the 440 Super Commando. Not only is this the largest B-block in Chrysler's stable, but it inhales extra deep through a four-barrel carburetor. That means your rare Mopar is pulling down some serious muscle, and it announces it to the world every time you fire it up and unleash the rumble of the dual exhaust. The engine bay has a very clean and stock appearance with Mopar turquoise on the block, tidy hoses, and the big black air cleaner with correct decals. Even with the upgraded big block under the hood, this one retains its cool cruising attitude. With great driving features like the A-727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission and the grip of modern Nexen tires, you can pile in the all your family and friends to enjoy this one at any time. Complete with owner's manual, you're looking at a rare droptop presented in its correct colors and a nice boost of power. That's a winning combo in the classic are world, and so you know this deal won't wait too long. Call today!!!

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