1969 Plymouth Sport Fury, 383 2bbl, 727 automatic, power steering,
power disc brakes & air conditioning. Bought the car from New
Mexico about 3 years ago. The car has minimal rust, has a hole in
the center of the roof ( looks like someone drilled a hole in it )
has rust around front & rear windows due to vinyl top, front right
floor pan has rust, right rear quarter just starting to rust. Trunk
pan is perfect !!!!!!!!! As you can see the vinyl top has been
removed. It has the original numbers matching engine &
transmission. No brakes right now. Have new master needs to be
installed. Has power brakes, disc front & drum rear. Have New front
brakes & rotors to install. Recent starter, oil change, fuel
filter, plugs, wires, air filter, idler arm, 4 good used tires,
carb rebuilt, gas tank washed out & installed - fuel gauge works
The grille is beat up. Can include a Fury III grille. Being a New
Mexico car the interior need work . Complete but needs new seat
covers , rug , headliner & dash pad . Air conditioning not working
. It is currently registered . -Vehicle is on consignment and at
our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at
231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If
you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or
1969 Plymouth Sport Fury
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