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1963 Plymouth Sport Fury

1963 Plymouth Sport Fury Max Wedge cartoon

March 2010 Mopar of the Month

“FuryUs63” Nick writes: I found my 1963 Plymouth Sport Fury in Canada, almost complete with it's restoration.

A deal was struck and the Mopar was returned to the States.

Spending most of it’s years in South Carolina the Plymouth was perfect for a Max Wedge tribute car.

1963 Plymouth Sport Fury, front passenger side

From Darrell Davis’s 1963 Plymouth Super Stock Guide
I found that there were only six 426 Super Stock high compression, 727 auto,
Sport Furys produced painted black, with black copper tone interior.
(Note that there were 25 low compression and one 426 Stage II also listed.)

A 1977 440 block, 10:1 compression, is the setup I picked for the 426 tribute, along with a 3.91 SureGrip

1963 Plymouth Sport Fury, front, hood up 1963 Plymouth Sport Fury, 426 engine
1963 Plymouth Sport Fury, interior seats 1963 Plymouth Sport Fury, interior seats

This Mopar by VIN would have been the 7th built;
the car’s birth certificate shows the Plymouth is a real
3431 Lynch Road Plant built, BB1 Black,
459 Black Copper Tone, 342 Sport Fury.

1963 Plymouth Sport Fury, door panel passenger side

A MPB dual master cylinder feeding front disc brakes is used, and filling up the wheel wells are 215/75R-15 up front with 285/70R-15 out back.

The Plymouth is set up for fun and a blast to drive to local cruise nights and car shows every chance I get.

1963 Plymouth Sport Fury, passenger side rear view

Contact Nick:  contact owner Nick

Thanks Nick!

That is a beautiful example of a 1963 Plymouth B body!   smile!

Gary H.

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