This is a 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury III Convertible restomod. It was
built for ex-NHRA funny car driver Simon Menzies in 2005. It was
featured in the May 2011 issue of Mopar Muscle magazine. It was
built to replicate the 1965 Indianapolis 500 Pace Car with a modern
touch! It is powered by a 2004 Dodge Magnum 5.7 liter Hemi motor
and mated to a correct A833 four speed manual transmission with the
factory console and a Hurst shifter. It has a Chrysler 8 3/4 inch
rear end with 3.23 gears. It is equipped with power steering and a
nice 4 wheel power disc brake conversion. It runs on 18 inch
factory Magnum R/T wheels. It is painted the correct white and has
a black custom bucket seat vinyl interior. It also has the factory
black vinyl power top which works properly. This is a rare car that
you will not likely see when you go to the car shows! It runs and
drives great and the modern drivetrain makes for a fun and pleasant
experience over the stock setup! If you are a MOPAR fan this would
make a great addition to your collection!!!
1965 Plymouth Sport Fury
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