This is an extremely rare (supposedly of built) 1964 Plymouth Fury (not Sport Fury) convertible. Factory 426 Street Wedge, speed and Sure Grip rear. Car has been stored in the proverbial "barn" for years and is fairly solid for this era of Mopar. Photos were taken when the car was removed from the pole barn in preparation for transport from the previous owner's farm.Engine and transmission is believed to be original to the car (engine is date coded December 18th, 1963, car was built March 20th, 1964). Engine is not stuck, and made compression when turned it over before buying it. Car is Chestnut Metallic with Copper interior and White top (when it was there).The car also comes with really solid 1964 Belvedere door sedan for parts or to sell.This is project, but is worth in the $70k range restored. Known missing parts are:Front bench seat (correct year buckets are included but was planning on sourcing bench seat)Rear seat bottom Shifter (stolen while in storage). Shifter rods are still on the transmission.Air Cleaner (stolen while in storage)Dash shifter delete plate (stolen while in storage) Car has fender tag and the fender tag matches the SO# stamped on the rad support. Has clean Missouri title I've got ton more photos if anyone is interested. Car is listed locally so if sold auction will be ended. Edit Dec 8th: got the trunk opened this weekend and was happy to see the trunk as solid as it was. Pretty uncommon for 1960’s Mopar. Guess it helps being off the road for 30+ years.Added two photos of the trunk.
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