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1970 Plymouth Sport Fury 440

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Fury
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Sport
  • Year: 1970
  • VIN: PH28L0D135669
  • Color: Poly Blue Metallic
  • Engine size: 440
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Regular
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Teal
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Description

Well, it hurts me to post this, but it's looking like I'm going to have to sell my beloved 1970 Plymouth Sport Fury. I'm about to buy a house and the mortgage company is requiring me to pay down some debt, so it's either house or car (hmm, I toyed with living in the car....)
In any event, I purchased this in Montana a few years ago and then after driving it for a couple months, did a complete tear down and started a restoration. It's an original 383-2 car, but has a strong 1969 440 in it right now. Engine has not been rebuilt, but runs great. Has a new Edelbrock carb on it.
It's probably just easier for me to list all that I did or had done to the car:
  • Transmission complete rebuild
  • total rebuild of front suspension and steering components
  • wiper motor rebuilt and restored
  • fender wells removed, blasted, and powder coated
  • front and rear windows removed, any rust holes were cut out with new patches welded in.
  • removed partial driver's side quarter panel that was crushed in and replaced (more on this later)
  • a couple small holes at bottom of fenders cut out and new metal welded in.
  • paint completely stripped off car down to bare metal. New primer and correct Poly Teal Metallic PPG paint. Base/clear coat.
  • interior completely gutted
  • replaced headliner with correct headliner material from SMS
  • Correct vinyl purchased from SMS; seat covers made to correct pattern and specs (my seat guy had enough hours in it to charge me $7K due to all the correct inserts and pleats)
  • Brand new dash pad purchased from Bob
  • New arm rest bezels purchased from Bob
  • New window felts
  • Restored and modernized original radio. Now has aux jack to play an iPhone or whatnot.
  • New front and rear speakers
  • New carpet. Dynamat and liner used throughout
  • New heater core and rebuilt heater box
  • New glovebox
  • New tires
  • Molding polished and new 3M inserts installed
  • New rear shocks
  • New gas tank
  • New A/C compressor, dryer and hoses (updated modern compressor; also have the original compressor)
  • New a/c - heater blower motor
  • Electrical gremlins fixed by a shop with good credentials
  • Brake hoses replaced
  • New vinyl top with correct material and seams from SMS
  • Restored seatbelts from Tom Korinek here on the forum.
  • Complete new accurate exhaust system with mufflers used on cars with a Hemi in 70. Sounds great. I can email you a video if you want to hear it.
  • Front and rear bumpers dents taken out and rechromed
I'm sure I'm missing some stuff. But I have all the receipts. I also have the lower rocker molding, which isn't on the car at the moment.
Now for the bad:
  • At the moment, I have not yet installed the A/C equipment (aside from the in-dash vents).
  • The trunk floor still needs replacement. Again, due to my laziness, I haven't gotten around to it. I have a good replacement trunk floor that will come with the car.
  • That damn quarter panel. Basically, I think this comes down to my skills. I think what I have there can be fixed, but I had filler failure. There was way too much on there for my liking. Either air got behind the filler or because the panel is so long, the vibration on it just cracked it (most likely the former.) If I had any ability to use heat to pull some of the panel back out, I doubt I'd have the issue. In any event, it needs to be repaired. I have more than enough paint for it to be repainted. Just need to get a good body man to fix either what is there or find a replacement panel (which I was unable to do). I can get pictures of what's happening now. I just don't have any on my phone and I need to get this car sold asap.
So that's about it. If you have any questions, please contact me.
Why I'm taking a huge loss on this, I'm asking what I need for the car, and also realizing there's a few things that need taken care of. Car runs really strong (took it on a trip from Phoenix to LA and back with no problems at all).
$18,000.00, with buyer to either pick up or arrange for shipping.
I can easily drop the car off wherever you may need for shipping purposes. I'd also be willing to drive it out to LA if you're in that area.Well, it hurts me to post this, but it's looking like I'm going to have to sell my beloved 1970 Plymouth Sport Fury.
In any event, I purchased this in Montana 2 years ago and then after driving it for a couple months, did a near complete tear down and started a restoration (I have loads of restoration pictures). It's an origina 383-2 car, but now has a strong 1969 440 in it. Engine has not been rebuilt, but runs great. Has a new Edelbrock carb on it.
I'll list all that I did or had done (that I can currently remember. I have all receipts for work done and parts):
  • Transmission completely rebuilt
  • Total rebuild of front suspension and steering, including rebuilt original steering box and MOOG suspension and steering parts
  • Wiper motor rebuild and restoration
  • Fender wells removed, media blaster, and powder coated
  • Windshield and rear window removed; removed rot in window channel and welded in new metal; painted and correctly sealed
  • removed partial driver's side quarter panel that was crushed in and partial replaced panel (more on this later)
  • Small rot at bottom of fenders removed and new metal welded in
  • Paint completely stripped off car down to bare metal. New primer and correct Poly Teal Metallic PPG paint, base/clear used.
  • Interior completely gutted
  • Replaced headliner with correct headliner material from SMS
  • Correct original vinyl purchased from SMSl seat covers made to correct pattern and specs (my seat guy had enough hours in it to charge $7K due to all the correct inserts and pleating)
  • Brand new dash pad purchased from ABC Moparts
  • New arm rest bezels purchased from ABC.
  • New window felts
  • Restored and modernized original radio. Now has aux jack to play an iPhone or whatnot.
  • New front and rear speakers
  • New carpet. Dynamat and liner used throughout
  • New heater core and rebuilt heater box
  • New glovebox
  • New tires
  • Molding polished and new 3M inserts installed
  • New gas tank
  • New rear shocks
  • New A/C compressor, dryer, and hoses (updated modern compressor; also have the original compressor)
  • New a/c-heater blower motor
  • Electrical issues fixed by reputable show
  • Brake hoses replaced
  • New vinyl top with correct material and seams from SMS
  • Restored seatbelts with new webbing
  • Complete new accurate exhaust system with correct bends and mufflers used on cars with a Hemi in 1970 on it. Sounds great!
  • Front and rear bumpers had dents taken out and rechromed
I'm sure I'm missing some stuff on the list. I also have the lower rocker moldings, which isn't on the car at the moment.
Now for the bad:
  • At the moment, I have not yet installed the A/C equipment (aside from the heater box and A/C vents
  • The trunk floor still needs replacement. I have just not gotten around to it. I have a good replacement trunk floor that will come with the car.
  • The quarter panel issue. Basically, this comes down to my skills, or lack thereof, but there was filler failure after paint. I had way too much filler on it for my liking. I have more than enough paint to repaint it. A good body man should be able to fix what is there. I can get additional pictures of what is happening now with it, but it'll need to be repaired if you want the car to look perfect.
So that's about it. If you have any additional questions, please contact me.
As you can imagine, I'm taking a big loss on the car at this price, but I realize a few things need to be taken care of. You can either fix the few issues or run it as is and fix later. The car runs really strong (took it from Phoenix to LA and back with zero issues).
Buyer is to arrange for shipping. I can easily drop the car off wherever you may need for shipping purposes.
Thanks about it. Thanks for listening.
Well, it hurts me to post this, but it's looking like I'm going to have to sell my beloved 1970 Plymouth Sport Fury. I'm about to buy a house and the mortgage company is requiring me to pay down some debt, so it's either house or car (hmm, I toyed with living in the car....)
In any event, I purchased this in Montana a few years ago and then after driving it for a couple months, did a complete tear down and started a restoration. It's an original 383-2 car, but has a strong 1969 440 in it right now. Engine has not been rebuilt, but runs great. Has a new Edelbrock carb on it.
It's probably just easier for me to list all that I did or had done to the car:
  • Transmission complete rebuild
  • total rebuild of front suspension and steering components
  • wiper motor rebuilt and restored
  • fender wells removed, blasted, and powder coated
  • front and rear windows removed, any rust holes were cut out with new patches welded in.
  • removed partial driver's side quarter panel that was crushed in and replaced (more on this later)
  • a couple small holes at bottom of fenders cut out and new metal welded in.
  • paint completely stripped off car down to bare metal. New primer and correct Poly Teal Metallic PPG paint. Base/clear coat.
  • interior completely gutted
  • replaced headliner with correct headliner material from SMS
  • Correct vinyl purchased from SMS; seat covers made to correct pattern and specs (my seat guy had enough hours in it to charge me $7K due to all the correct inserts and pleats)
  • Brand new dash pad purchased from Bob
  • New arm rest bezels purchased from Bob
  • New window felts
  • Restored and modernized original radio. Now has aux jack to play an iPhone or whatnot.
  • New front and rear speakers
  • New carpet. Dynamat and liner used throughout
  • New heater core and rebuilt heater box
  • New glovebox
  • New tires
  • Molding polished and new 3M inserts installed
  • New rear shocks
  • New gas tank
  • New A/C compressor, dryer and hoses (updated modern compressor; also have the original compressor)
  • New a/c - heater blower motor
  • Electrical gremlins fixed by a shop with good credentials
  • Brake hoses replaced
  • New vinyl top with correct material and seams from SMS
  • Restored seatbelts from Tom Korinek here on the forum.
  • Complete new accurate exhaust system with mufflers used on cars with a Hemi in 70. Sounds great. I can email you a video if you want to hear it.
  • Front and rear bumpers dents taken out and rechromed
I'm sure I'm missing some stuff. But I have all the receipts. I also have the lower rocker molding, which isn't on the car at the moment.
Now for the bad:
  • At the moment, I have not yet installed the A/C equipment (aside from the in-dash vents).
  • The trunk floor still needs replacement. Again, due to my laziness, I haven't gotten around to it. I have a good replacement trunk floor that will come with the car.
  • That damn quarter panel. Basically, I think this comes down to my skills. I think what I have there can be fixed, but I had filler failure. There was way too much on there for my liking. Either air got behind the filler or because the panel is so long, the vibration on it just cracked it (most likely the former.) If I had any ability to use heat to pull some of the panel back out, I doubt I'd have the issue. In any event, it needs to be repaired. I have more than enough paint for it to be repainted. Just need to get a good body man to fix either what is there or find a replacement panel (which I was unable to do). I can get pictures of what's happening now. I just don't have any on my phone and I need to get this car sold asap.
So that's about it. If you have any questions, please contact me.
Why I'm taking a huge loss on this, I'm asking what I need for the car, and also realizing there's a few things that need taken care of. Car runs really strong (took it on a trip from Phoenix to LA and back with no problems at all).
$18,000.00, with buyer to either pick up or arrange for shipping.
I can easily drop the car off wherever you may need for shipping purposes. I'd also be willing to drive it out to LA if you're in that area.Well, it hurts me to post this, but it's looking like I'm going to have to sell my beloved 1970 Plymouth Sport Fury. I'm about to buy a house and the mortgage company is requiring me to pay down some debt, so it's either house or car (hmm, I toyed with living in the car....)
In any event, I purchased this in Montana a few years ago and then after driving it for a couple months, did a complete tear down and started a restoration. It's an original 383-2 car, but has a strong 1969 440 in it right now. Engine has not been rebuilt, but runs great. Has a new Edelbrock carb on it.
It's probably just easier for me to list all that I did or had done to the car:
  • Transmission complete rebuild
  • total rebuild of front suspension and steering components
  • wiper motor rebuilt and restored
  • fender wells removed, blasted, and powder coated
  • front and rear windows removed, any rust holes were cut out with new patches welded in.
  • removed partial driver's side quarter panel that was crushed in and replaced (more on this later)
  • a couple small holes at bottom of fenders cut out and new metal welded in.
  • paint completely stripped off car down to bare metal. New primer and correct Poly Teal Metallic PPG paint. Base/clear coat.
  • interior completely gutted
  • replaced headliner with correct headliner material from SMS
  • Correct vinyl purchased from SMS; seat covers made to correct pattern and specs (my seat guy had enough hours in it to charge me $7K due to all the correct inserts and pleats)
  • Brand new dash pad purchased from Bob
  • New arm rest bezels purchased from Bob
  • New window felts
  • Restored and modernized original radio. Now has aux jack to play an iPhone or whatnot.
  • New front and rear speakers
  • New carpet. Dynamat and liner used throughout
  • New heater core and rebuilt heater box
  • New glovebox
  • New tires
  • Molding polished and new 3M inserts installed
  • New rear shocks
  • New gas tank
  • New A/C compressor, dryer and hoses (updated modern compressor; also have the original compressor)
  • New a/c - heater blower motor
  • Electrical gremlins fixed by a shop with good credentials
  • Brake hoses replaced
  • New vinyl top with correct material and seams from SMS
  • Restored seatbelts from Tom Korinek here on the forum.
  • Complete new accurate exhaust system with mufflers used on cars with a Hemi in 70. Sounds great. I can email you a video if you want to hear it.
  • Front and rear bumpers dents taken out and rechromed
I'm sure I'm missing some stuff. But I have all the receipts. I also have the lower rocker molding, which isn't on the car at the moment.
Now for the bad:
  • At the moment, I have not yet installed the A/C equipment (aside from the in-dash vents).
  • The trunk floor still needs replacement. Again, due to my laziness, I haven't gotten around to it. I have a good replacement trunk floor that will come with the car.
  • That damn quarter panel. Basically, I think this comes down to my skills. I think what I have there can be fixed, but I had filler failure. There was way too much on there for my liking. Either air got behind the filler or because the panel is so long, the vibration on it just cracked it (most likely the former.) If I had any ability to use heat to pull some of the panel back out, I doubt I'd have the issue. In any event, it needs to be repaired. I have more than enough paint for it to be repainted. Just need to get a good body man to fix either what is there or find a replacement panel (which I was unable to do). I can get pictures of what's happening now. I just don't have any on my phone and I need to get this car sold asap.
So that's about it. If you have any questions, please contact me.
Why I'm taking a huge loss on this, I'm asking what I need for the car, and also realizing there's a few things that need taken care of. Car runs really strong (took it on a trip from Phoenix to LA and back with no problems at all).
$18,000.00, with buyer to either pick up or arrange for shipping.
I can easily drop the car off wherever you may need for shipping purposes. I'd also be willing to drive it out to LA if you're in that area.Well, it hurts me to post this, but it's looking like I'm going to have to sell my beloved 1970 Plymouth Sport Fury. I'm about to buy a house and the mortgage company is requiring me to pay down some debt, so it's either house or car (hmm, I toyed with living in the car....)
In any event, I purchased this in Montana a few years ago and then after driving it for a couple months, did a complete tear down and started a restoration. It's an original 383-2 car, but has a strong 1969 440 in it right now. Engine has not been rebuilt, but runs great. Has a new Edelbrock carb on it.
It's probably just easier for me to list all that I did or had done to the car:
  • Transmission complete rebuild
  • total rebuild of front suspension and steering components
  • wiper motor rebuilt and restored
  • fender wells removed, blasted, and powder coated
  • front and rear windows removed, any rust holes were cut out with new patches welded in.
  • removed partial driver's side quarter panel that was crushed in and replaced (more on this later)
  • a couple small holes at bottom of fenders cut out and new metal welded in.
  • paint completely stripped off car down to bare metal. New primer and correct Poly Teal Metallic PPG paint. Base/clear coat.
  • interior completely gutted
  • replaced headliner with correct headliner material from SMS
  • Correct vinyl purchased from SMS; seat covers made to correct pattern and specs (my seat guy had enough hours in it to charge me $7K due to all the correct inserts and pleats)
  • Brand new dash pad purchased from Bob
  • New arm rest bezels purchased from Bob
  • New window felts
  • Restored and modernized original radio. Now has aux jack to play an iPhone or whatnot.
  • New front and rear speakers
  • New carpet. Dynamat and liner used throughout
  • New heater core and rebuilt heater box
  • New glovebox
  • New tires
  • Molding polished and new 3M inserts installed
  • New rear shocks
  • New gas tank
  • New A/C compressor, dryer and hoses (updated modern compressor; also have the original compressor)
  • New a/c - heater blower motor
  • Electrical gremlins fixed by a shop with good credentials
  • Brake hoses replaced
  • New vinyl top with correct material and seams from SMS
  • Restored seatbelts from Tom Korinek here on the forum.
  • Complete new accurate exhaust system with mufflers used on cars with a Hemi in 70. Sounds great. I can email you a video if you want to hear it.
  • Front and rear bumpers dents taken out and rechromed
I'm sure I'm missing some stuff. But I have all the receipts. I also have the lower rocker molding, which isn't on the car at the moment.
Now for the bad:
  • At the moment, I have not yet installed the A/C equipment (aside from the in-dash vents).
  • The trunk floor still needs replacement. Again, due to my laziness, I haven't gotten around to it. I have a good replacement trunk floor that will come with the car.
  • That damn quarter panel. Basically, I think this comes down to my skills. I think what I have there can be fixed, but I had filler failure. There was way too much on there for my liking. Either air got behind the filler or because the panel is so long, the vibration on it just cracked it (most likely the former.) If I had any ability to use heat to pull some of the panel back out, I doubt I'd have the issue. In any event, it needs to be repaired. I have more than enough paint for it to be repainted. Just need to get a good body man to fix either what is there or find a replacement panel (which I was unable to do). I can get pictures of what's happening now. I just don't have any on my phone and I need to get this car sold asap.
So that's about it. If you have any questions, please contact me.
Why I'm taking a huge loss on this, I'm asking what I need for the car, and also realizing there's a few things that need taken care of. Car runs really strong (took it on a trip from Phoenix to LA and back with no problems at all).
Buyer to either pick up or arrange for shipping.
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