This is the kind of car that gives Mopars their rare reputation.
After all, when was the last time you saw a 1966 Plymouth Sport
Fury convertible for sale? Especially one that looks this nice and
is so complete. That's why the desire for this classic goes well
beyond its affordable price.
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 distinct C-channel that runs the full profile. And just like any good Mopar, it's all quite rare - there were less than 3,420 Sport Fury droptops built in '66. And of those, how many do you think are this complete, right down to the details like fender skirts and factory wheel covers? Even the paint is something that will have people talking. The white has the kind of lacquer shine that will get you plenty of "Is that factory original?" questions.
Full-sized comfort with plenty of style was the Fury Sport's name of the game in 1966. The full red package of the seats, carpeting, door panels, and dash looks great against the white exterior. The low-back buckets up front provide individual comfort. The back seat is just as nice, and even as a two-door, there's plenty of stretch out room for back seat passengers. For the driver, all the essentials are within easy reach - from the switch for the power convertible top, to the gearstick on the premium center console. And everything feels correct and authentic - from the dual spoke steering wheel to the AM radio.
The 318 cubic-inch V8 looks great in the engine bay with the white fender walls providing a distinctive contrast for the black components. And we love how the bold color of the 318 cubic-inch V8 radiates from within. The motor breathes nicely thanks to inhaling through the original spec two-barrel carburetor and exhaling through an upgraded stainless steel dual exhaust with a sweet rumble. The total package makes for a reliable and smooth runner that still has the legs to pull ahead of traffic when you want. It's backed by a three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, and power steering to emphasize the easy-going road manners of these Plymouths.
Complete with maintenance records and service manuals, you're looking at a rare droptop presented in its correct colors that's offered at an affordable price. That's a winning combo in the classic car world, and so you know this deal won't wait for long. Call now!
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