1964 Plymouth Fury Super Stock "426" Stage 111 tribute car now available.
2-Time "Best of Show" winner. 18 "Class Win" trophies. "1st Place" in 2004 and "2nd Place' in 2005 at Carlisle.
Hot Pink Pearl.
Rotisserie Restored with only 4200 miles since restoration.
All original build sheets and documents prior to new.
Rebuilt std. 413 cu in +60 over (426 cu in).
10.5 Wisco forged pistons, ported and polished stage 11 max wedge heads.
Comp Cams hyd 318-621 cam, factory cross ram w/ 325 AFB carbs.
Max Wedge air cleaners.
Factory dual-point tach drive distributor.
6 qt. deep oil pan.
Polished radiator with fan shroud.
727 Trans w/2300 stall converter.
Stock 8-3/4" posi rear end w/3.23 gears.
Jones Stahl cable drive tach in console.
Flowmaster 3" exhaust system.
Weld Wheels w/super stock springs.
Complete full detailed undercarriage and suspension.
Very powerful and throaty. Sits and sounds right. Always a crowd-pleaser with many thumbs-up.
For additional information please phone Dave Henry at 805 705-4924.
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