1965 Plymouth Fury I
If you are old enough to remember, cars like this 1965 Plymouth
Fury I were muscle cars before they were called muscle cars.
Minimally equipped mid-size hardtops were stuffed with big block
engines and used for battles on the street, strip, and NASCAR
The Plymouth Fury I we have at Adventure Classics is a great
example of what was produced by Plymouth from 1955 to 1989 as it
has a long sleek hood to accommodate big V8 engines and that is
what ours has, a 440 cubic inch engine backed by a 4-speed
transmission and packing a no-frills attitude that is so
Engine & Drivetrain
Our Fury has Chrysler's 440 cubic inch V8 engine built with over
400 horsepower and transplanted in it that makes almost effortless
horsepower and torque and delivers the kind of neck-snapping punch
that makes it hard to resist nailing the throttle every chance you
It is painted in Hemi Orange on the block and heads with an orange
painted open-element air cleaner, chrome valve covers, aluminum
intake, performance carb, factory exhaust manifolds with a
Flowmaster exhaust system, and is sitting in a nicely detailed
It starts easily and runs great and is backed by a 4-speed manual
transmission while the chassis is quite original looking as it
rides on painted steel wheels with dog dish hubcaps and black
sidewall tires looking like its ready for the high banks at
The all-blue split bench seat no-nonsense interior is more proof
that this car was built for just one purpose. It looks all as new
and is in excellent condition. It has matching blue carpet and
floor mats, door panels, rear matching blue seat, the blue factory
dash with all the stock gauges and instrumentation, the 4-speed
shifter on the floor, stock radio, and blue seatbelts.
here's plenty of room in the Fury as there is a large trunk with a
correct mat and matching spare tire with jack assembly, so it's
also great for road trips.
Most guys wouldn't expect a plain-jane looking car like this to
stomp them on the street, but that's exactly what you can do with
this Fury! These sleepers fooled a lot of people back then and that
is what you can do today.
Ours is re-painted in Ivory paint that looks super on the straight
body lines, and super bodywork, showing good gaps and is probably
shinier than it ever was in 1965, and it almost seems inappropriate
to go around stomping on Mustangs and Camaros with a car like
The chrome and trim presents well even though it is sparse, as it
should be on a race-inspired car.
The Plymouth Fury I we have we have here at Adventure Classics is a
great example of what happened when Plymouth dropped big block
power into its cars and went racing.
This is a rust-free Fury that received a complete top to bottom
professional restoration as well as the drivetrain swap and also
includes much documentation that goes with it including Build
Sheets and other factory documentation too.
Hard to go wrong with a car that looks this good, goes this fast,
and costs so little.
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(727) 580-9919 or (727) 688-1148