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1963 Plymouth Fury Convertible

August 2013 Mopar of the Month

Tom writes:  My 1963 Plymouth Fury Convertible is painted Viper Red with a white top and red and white interior. Rust free, the Plymouth originally had a 361 big block. Now a 1972 440 is in the engine compartment, mated to the TorqueFlite 727 Automatic pushbutton transmission.

1963 Plymouth Fury Convertible, passenger front

The Fury was treated to a ground-up restoration that was completed a number of years ago. The Plymouth still looks new! Everything is in excellent condition, including a spotless engine compartment. Seen in person, people really appreciate the workmanship that has gone into this Mopar.

1963 Plymouth Fury Convertible, 440 engine

1963 Plymouth Fury Convertible, passenger side

1963 Plymouth Fury Convertible, front driver side Some of the comments heard from spectators when this Mopar participated in car shows include: They sure don’t make them like this one anymore! — Great looking car. — Excellent color! — That’s a real fine ole school Mope! — Wow! Now that’s sick! — Nice Ride!

1963 Plymouth Fury Convertible, dash - front interior 1963 Plymouth Fury Convertible, undercarrage

1963 Plymouth Fury Convertible, front 1963 Plymouth Fury Convertible, rear

Update from Tom: This Plymouth Fury is near Pittsburgh and is now for sale SOLD. “Although my wife and I both really love the Fury, we just don’t find the time to drive the Plymouth like we did before. We think that a car like this should be out at Car Shows and Cruises. It is time to let someone else enjoy this Plymouth.” — $56,000.00, $40,000.00 ——SOLD to a lucky neighbor in August 2014

Thanks Tom!

Mopar crusin’  — top-down style —  does not get much better! smile!

RE August 2014 update: the new owner will certainly have fun with the Plymouth.

Gary H.

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