Rotisserie Restomod: 1963 Plymouth Sport Fury Convertible – $34,000

by | Jun 2022 | Classifinds, Topless Thursday

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Classic styling combined with the freedom to add modern handling, braking, interior comfort and convenience touches. That’s what makes the Restomod movement so popular right now. The seller (and we assume builder) of this rotisserie-restored 1963 Plymouth Sport Fury convertible currently listed here on Craigslist near Carlisle, Pennsylvania focused on the performance and handling aspects of upgrading their Mopar droptop. In addition to providing a nice detailed description of what their Fury restomod features, the seller did a great job making their car stand out on Craigslist with photographs that rely on a natural backdrop to help make the car stand out.

Currently offered for a you-can’t-replicate-this-build price of $34,500, Classic.com, the analytics and search engine for the collector car market, confirms the ask is slightly above the five-year rolling average of this guide’s summary for third-generation Plymouth Furys produced between 1962 and 1964.  By clicking on the green dots in the graph below, you can navigate to each comparable car sold as a way to help you evaluate the price of the truck featured here:

As a second data point, the  Collector Car Market Review Online Tool reveals the seller’s ask falls between this guide’s #2 Very Good” estimate of $25,800 and its #1 “Excellent” appraisal of $38,900. We predict this is a well-priced value that will not last for sale very long, even in this economy.

The Osborne Tramain YouTube Channel features this 1963 Plymouth dealer introduction of the upcoming Fury models:

The seller indicates that weather-permitting, they plan to drive their 1963 Plymouth Sport Fury convertible to the Mopar Nationals being held in Carlisle in Mid-July. It will not surprise us if they end up selling this car before the July 4th holiday.

If you are serious about buying this Plymouth Sport Fury convertible you can start the conversation by emailing the seller.  When you connect, please remember to mention you saw their restomod ragtop featured here on GuysWithRides.com. Good luck with the purchase!

Here’s the seller’s description:

“1963 Plymouth Sport Fury Convertible

 

Rotisserie Restoration, 392 Poly Stroker Motor. Disc Brake Conversion. Frame Tied with USCT Laser Cut Subframe Connectors Welded On.Engine: Scat Stroker Kit, Original Poly Motor bored .040 over, 4″ Stroke Crank, now Measures 392 cu. in., Align Honed &Decked, Balanced. Race Tec Forged Pistons, Total Seal Rings, I-Beam Rods, Racer Brown Cam & Solid Lifters, Milled Heads, Ported, Erson Dual Conical Valve Springs, “Wind Tunnel” Dual Plane Custom Intake Manifold, Melling Oil Pump, Double Roller Timing Chain, Mopar Performance Windage Tray, Mopar Performance Electronic Ignition, MSD Wires, TTI Headers-Ceramic Coated, Pypes Exhaust with X-Pipe and Cut-outs.

 

Transmission: Rebuilt Torqueflite 727 Pushbutton Style with J.W. Performance 2500-2800 Stall Converter

Rear End: 3:55 ratio Sure Grip, 489 Case, new Bearings & Seals

Interior: Legendary Seat Covers (the Copper Material was NOS), Door Panels, New Rug, New Window Seals & Cat Wiskers. New Sunvisors.

Convertible: New Top with Haartz Stayfast Canvas, New Well Liner, New Boot, New Hydraulics & Hoses.

Torque Thrust Wheels & BF Goodrich Radial TA Tires.

Color of Car and Interior are the Same As When New. I Have Build Records From Chrysler and Fender Tag.

Bumpers Were Rechromed As Were Many Other of the Chrome Parts. Front Grill & Bezels were ReAnodized-Polished and Detailed. Rebuilt Suspension with PST Eurathane Bushings, New Ball Joints and Tie Rod Ends, KYB Shocks. Rebuilt Power Steering Box, New Master Cylinder and Brake Lines, Recored Radiator. Much Much More.

Car Cover and Some Extras Included.

Asking $34000. Please respond through Craigslist.
Car will be at Chrysler Carlisle Show weather permitting

Show or go: What would you do with this 1963 Plymouth Sport Fury Convertible restomod?  Please comment below and let us know!

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