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My 1964 Fury

Just call her "Mabel"

About this Mopar:

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64side.jpg
reardriver.jpg
Driverfront.jpg
driverdooropen.jpg
dash.jpg
Front.jpg
64quartering.jpg
Rearpassenger.jpg
passengersideopen.jpg
64rearseat.jpg
packagetray.jpg
Speedo.jpg
64 rear.jpg
361 engine.jpg
fueltank.jpg
trunk.jpg
s-l1600.jpg
passengerfrontfender.jpg
hood.jpg
Roof.jpg
loadedtrailer.jpg
trailer.jpg
downtheroad.jpg
finallyhome.jpg
home.jpg
engineright.jpg
New383.jpg
newhome.jpg
cleanengine.jpg
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8654B262-82A5-49A3-ADE1-9CB0FB54E0E6.jpeg
engineright.jpg
64side.jpg
reardriver.jpg
Driverfront.jpg
driverdooropen.jpg
dash.jpg
Front.jpg
64quartering.jpg
Rearpassenger.jpg
passengersideopen.jpg
64rearseat.jpg
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packagetray.jpg
Speedo.jpg
64 rear.jpg
361 engine.jpg
fueltank.jpg
trunk.jpg
s-l1600.jpg
passengerfrontfender.jpg
hood.jpg
Roof.jpg
loadedtrailer.jpg
trailer.jpg
downtheroad.jpg
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This 1964 Plymouth Fury coupe was sold in California to a female teacher by the name of "Mabel" and if you look at the ash tray you can see where she had used a label maker to mark the car with her name, the car was owned and driven by her until she couldn't drive anymore due to her health. It was sold to owner two 20 years ago and driven to Las Vegas, Nevada where he completely rebuilt the brakes on all 4 corners, updated the driveshaft to slide in yoke configuration and rebuilt the entire rear end including changing the gears to 3.55.1, unfortunately it doesn't have a sure grip carrier.The engine is the original 361 big block freshened with new valve guides and a new 500 CFM Holley 2 barrel, electronic ignition and a new "Be Cool" cross flow radiator, electric fan and shroud still in the box in the trunk. The exhaust is a new dual exhaust system with Flow Masters and was professionally done. The car has a 3 speed push button 727 and other than possible tune ups it is also original. The interior has been redone with all original materials and patterns from Original Auto Interiors, door panels are from Legendary Auto Interiors with new w/strip and glass run channel. The car is a radio delete and luckily no one mounted an antenna or cut out the dash so it remains stock. The car may need a windshield due to very light wiper scratches (but I will try to polish them out) and it has several small dents, door dings and faded paint but has no rust or body filler. With that being said the car still wears its original paint and while there are a few things that need addressed its a great looking car purchased at a fair price.
The PO mounted American Racing Torque Thrust 15" rims with BF Goodrich tires, re-chromed the front and rear bumpers and the car just looks great due to being garage kept and under a cover for most of its life. Below are photos of how it looked when I bought it, the mileage showing are the original miles, enjoy!

Comments

Car is slated to be picked up in Las Vegas this coming Saturday the 18th and to be delivered here in NY the 23rd, really excited about it!
 
Looks solid from the pics. Congrats :thumbsup:
What's old is new again, never thought push button transmission would make a comeback....but here we are
 
This is one of those cars that grows on you, its not a flashy color and it doesn't have a 426 wedge in it but it really doesn't make any difference, its just a classic....when I was a kid one of these cars would drive past my school everyday around 10:00 and I looked forward to seeing that car. Here I am at 70 and just now acquiring one of those cars myself, guess I need to go find a school to drive past everyday although with the way things are today I would probably get arrested......:steering:
 
The car was picked up in sunny Las Vegas today 7/18/2020 at 2:34 and is on its way to its new home:thumbsup:
Photos loaded....!
 
The Mid-60's B-Bodies were always my favorites, and to find a Survivor is a Great Score ! Enjoy it as it is, they seem to have that "Old School" Ride in them...
 

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