1964 plymouth sport fury convertible




1964 plymouth sport fury convertible

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    1964 plymouth sport fury convertible

    1964 plymouth sport fury convertible

    A Ron Francis Wire Works harness was installed to send the electrical signals to items such as the gauges, ignition, and other electronics. The compressor was mounted below the alternator with the lines, made by Tubes and Hoses in Janesville, Wisconsin, hidden in the right-front wheel well. The factory shifter was chromed and modified for single-cable shifting, eliminating the factory dual-cable setup. I prefer to receive occasional updates with special offers from carefully selected third party partners. Is this a bad thing?

    1964 plymouth sport fury convertible

    1964 plymouth sport fury convertible

    1964 plymouth sport fury convertible

    1964 plymouth sport fury convertible

    1964 plymouth sport fury convertible

    Of the endless amount of body styles Ma Mopar produced, the B-Body rides have proven themselves over and over as the ride of choice at least by the letters we receive. Concours restorations still have their coveted place, but often car enthusiasts are building their rides with more personal touches than the factory offered.

    Is this a bad thing? The variety of details and personal touches allows us to venture into a car show and get a myriad of new ideas for our cars. The two modified marauders here have likely never met, but they show a diversity of ideas in quality street crafting.

    1964 plymouth sport fury convertible

    Closer examination, however, proves this is no ordinary Dodge. Don started with a shell of a convertible and enlisted the aid of Mike Servas of Five Guys Collision.

    Servas and crew straightened and replaced the sheetmetal, added new rear framerails, and installed subframe connectors. These little features blew our minds. How about the working third brake light mounted in the trunk lid? The front suspension is still torsion bar, but a rack-and-pinion steering system helps cut corners. A Ron Francis Wire Works harness was installed to send the electrical signals to items such as the gauges, ignition, and other electronics.

    1964 plymouth sport fury convertible

    These days it seems the Hemi engine is finding more homes than ever before. Don wanted a Hemi in his ride, but added a twist. The stock crank and rods, although lightened and polished, were reassigned to the task of spinning the Keith Black The factory cast heads were then ported and polished and the stock valves were reinstalled.

    To give his Hemi a new-age flavor, a custom-built EFI unit was mounted in front of a sheetmetal intake. The spent gases exit via a modified set of race-type headers and the 3-inch Jet-Hot coated exhaust. Transferring the power to the 3. When we met up with Don at the Chryslers at Carlisle event, he was just starting to clean off the plus miles of road grime he accumulated driving to the event.

    Without seeing the car, a check was mailed to California and the seller lined up transportation to get the car to Glen. Though solid, the body was in primer with no top, and was full of boxes. The first order of business was to get it up on a rotisserie and media-blast it at Musclecar Restorations. Next, Glen had the shell acid-dipped. When the body came back, Glen continued to accumulate parts and installed the rear springs and differential.

    1964 plymouth sport fury convertible

    He says he felt overwhelmed by this first attempt at such a massive project. He learned how to powdercoat in his garage and coated every bracket on the car whether it was visible or not. The engine was filled with fully floating Ross pistons hung on the stock rods. It also has a stock forged crank, and the rotating assembly has been balanced; Kent Nelson handled the assembly.

    Mike Koehler in Beloit built the transmission. The case was powdercoated and filled with a mild shift kit and stall converter. The factory shifter was chromed and modified for single-cable shifting, eliminating the factory dual-cable setup. Glen and friend Kent Olsen restored the interior to its factory red and white hue using parts from Legendary Auto Interiors. The stereo was mounted in the glove box with an infrared repeater installed in the face of the existing AM radio.

    1964 Plymouth Sport Fury Convertible



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