OVER $100K SPENT
BEST OF THE BEST
1963 PLYMOUTH FURY FINISHED IN FLAWLESS DEEP BLACK OVER BRIGHT RED INTERIOR. THIS FURY A WAS STRIPPED DOWN AND METICULOUSLY RESTORED WITH OVER $100K SPENT AND FEATURES:
BUILT 440 CUBIC INCH 450 HORSEPOWER V8
MILD EDELBROCK CAM
ALUMINUM EDELBROCK INTAKE MANIFOLD
MILODON OIL PAN
LONG TUBE HEADERS
PUSH BUTTON TRANSMISSION
UPGRADED RMS SUSPENSION
4-WHEEL POWER DISC BRAKES
ONE-OFF DASH WITH AUTOMETER GAUGES
PIONEER SOUND SYSTEM
VINTAGE AIR SUPER GEN II AIR CONDITIONING WITH HEAT AND DEFROST
17" AMERICAN RACING WHEELS
ONE OF, IF NOT THE BEST RUNNING AND DRIVING MOPAR AROUND, FULLY DETAILED TOP TO BOTTOM, LASER STRAIGHT BODY PANELS, IMMACULATE INTERIOR WITH A GREAT SOUND AND PLENTY OF MUSCLE. THIS CAR WAS MEANT TO BE DRIVEN AND ENJOYED.
PLEASE CONTACT: HENRY FERNANDEZ.
MOBILE: (305) 815-1290.
OFFICE (305) 594-2223.
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