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1964 Plymouth Fury

October 2012 Mopar of the Month

Roy writes: In January 2011 I sent photos of my 1964 Plymouth Fury as a Work in Progress. The Mopar is done now and we sure enjoy it!

1964 Plymouth Fury passenger side front

The Plymouth is painted Viper red (by Kenney Bower) with a Hemi hood scoop. All the chrome and trim were restored.

1964 Plymouth Fury front

All the upholstery was custom made (by Joe Gerling) using 1966 Dodge Charger buckets, hand built top to bottom....

1964 Plymouth Fury interior and dash 1964 Plymouth Fury interior

...Also the trunk: nothing high tech, just a nice clean look.

1964 Plymouth Fury trunk
The engine is a 383 bored 40 over with MP284-484 cam, 906 heads, Mallory ignition, Eldelbrock intake, Holley carburetor. Exhaust goes through Headman headers and Hooker mufflers. 1964 Plymouth Fury 383 engine
The Mopar is a factory 4 speed and has a 1969 833 and Hurst shifter. The rear end is a 1966 B body with 3:23 gears for good highway manners. The Fury rolls on 17 inch American Racing wheels. 1964 Plymouth Fury rear view

Lots of powder coating was done (by Performance Coating Plus) on the K member, steering parts, brakes, engine parts, hood springs, etc.

Thanks to my wife and two sons for all the help!

Thanks for the 1962 to 1965 Mopar Website for all the info and help! I have restored other Mopars in the past; — 1966 to 1974 —  but the 1964 was more of a challange; (lack of parts mostly, the Fury was a shell when we bought it).

Contact Roy:  1964 Plymouth Fury owner

Thanks Roy!

All your hard work shows off well. I am sure the Plymouth is quite fun to cruise in!   smile!

Gary H.

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