Classifind Cut: 1968 Plymouth Fury Sport Suburban – SOLD!

Dec 2020 | Classifind Cut, Classifinds, Wagon Wednesday

December 13th Update: We just confirmed the private seller of this ride deleted their Craigslist ad, so we’re now able to call this one “Sold!”  While this one got away, if you have your heart set on something similar, email us the details of what you’re looking for or call Rudy directly at (908)295-7330.

Some of you may look at the feature picture and ask, “To hell with that gold monster, tell me more about that Ferrari parked next to it.” Sorry, no. For those of you more interested in the long roof, it’s a ’68 Plymouth Sport Suburban (the station wagon equivalent of a Fury III sedan) first listed in December 2020 on Craigslist in Roswell, Georgia with a very straight and rust-free body combined with a very clean interior.  Said to be in need of either an engine rebuild or replacement, the asking price of $3,950 is fifty dollars less than the Collector Car Market Review Online Tool’s current #4 “Fair” appraisal of $4,000. This car has all the trappings to entertain a modern Hemi swap that will make this beast much faster than that Testarossa parked next to it.

Here’s the seller’s description:

“1968 Plymouth station wagon
Original paint
Original interior
9 Passenger
Super solid southern car
383 engine and torqueflight transmission
Old style American mags
Stereo CD player
Lowered all around
Needs engine rebuild or I know of a low mileage 440 engine and transmission for $800.00″

Rebuild or Swap: what engine would drop into this Plymouth Fury?  Comment below and let us know!

1 Comment
  1. Classifind Cut: 1968 Plymouth Fury Sport Suburban – SOLD!

    It’s an odd description, seeing as it is ‘lowered all around,’ but I don’t recall ever seeing one of these riding meaningfully higher than this one. The “Old style American mags” look just like wheel covers. Seems like a solid project, but I’d recommend caveat emptor none the less. I’m more certain that the Ferrari is a Fiero than I am about anything concerning the Plymouth.


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