1963 Plymouth is a factory Super Stock surrounded in Plymouth's
highest trim line, Sport Fury. It features bucket seats restored
with factory-original materials, first-year console, and six red,
white and blue emblems inside and out. It was delivered new to
Dominick Basso Chrysler Plymouth, in downtown Los Angeles, CA, in
December of 1962. It has spent almost this entire time in southern
California and has had two owners since 1982. Its previous owner
purchased it unrestored and after more than 20 years decided to
commission a professional restoration, complete with professional
body and paintwork. The car was never cut up for a race car, never
rusted and never in an accident, and retains all of its original
sheet metal. The car has had articles written about it in three
major publications and has won numerous trophies. It is documented
by Galen Govier and is listed in the 1963 Plymouth Super Stock
Guide, written by Darrell Davis. A copy of the listing is included
with the car. The car has the correct 426/415hp 8-cylinder engine,
push-button TorqueFlite automatic transmission and Sure-Grip rear
end. This Super Stock came new to the dealership with 3.23 rear end
gears instead of 3.91. It was not optioned to be a drag race car.
The interior is done in black grained vinyl with rolled nylon
pleated seat and door panels with contrasting copper accents.
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