Rare 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury

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While this 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury may be a rare car, the circumstance it has found itself in is not. A convertible left out in the elements in Monsey, New York is going to be in rough shape. With a buy it now price of $8,200 or the ability to make an offer, the seller claims the car is Galen Govier documented. You can view more on eBay.

There is a lot that apparently goes with this auction. Starting with the basics, powering the car is a 426 cubic inch street wedge V8 connected to a 4-speed manual transmission. While the engine is original the 23-spline driveshaft is not. Extra parts such as body panels, doors, hood, trunk, cowl, and firewall are all included with the purchase price.

What is left of the interior is going to need complete restoration. There are no floorboards and the blue seats will need to be re-upholstered. The current owner would like to sell the car to an individual who will restore it. They did a large amount of research before they bought this car but have not had the time to restore it like they planned.

There is part of a VIN listed, and no mileage is listed. It does not appear that the car is in running condition and it might take some effort to get the engine to fire to life. Then again, performing a full restoration wouldn’t really mean you need to get the car running. Towing this blue Fury home will be the start of the journey to roadworthiness.

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  1. ChebbyMember

    426 cars have been valuable for a long time, how this sat out in the elements until now is a mystery.

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    • mountainwoodie


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  2. Gaspumpchas

    I am fairly close to Monsey, NY; if you need someone to take a look and take more pics, let me know. 845-635-3662, Charlie..with 426 and 4 speed, this might be worth the ask. Like Chebby said, how could you leave a rare car like this outside. Good luck, this would be a screamer when brought back to life!!


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  3. 86_Vette_Convertible

    Had a landlord that bought a 64 Convertible with the 426 Max wedge and 3 speed just for the engine. The engine went into a ski boat and there was a 413 in the boat that came out of the boat and went into the car. The power that engine had was awesome and the car though only a 3 speed still was an intriguing machine.
    The car was definitely a whole lot better than this one but it deserves a chance for a 2d life if the right person gets involved.

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  4. stillrunners

    It was close to this condition when it came off the road. That said he has been trying to sell it for a loooong time and I haven’t seen the price drop.

    Do y’alls not remember the other one just like it that was listed on BF a year or so back ? In contact with that gut and he got a deal on it and it was actually in a shed kinda barn.

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  5. stillrunners

    “that guy”

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  6. Dave

    Looks like the metal mice have had their way with this car.

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  7. Will Fox

    The one saving grace on this `64 is a fairly decent amount of reproduction parts available. And (not sure..) I think sheet metal and floor sections might be offered by someone. But this thing is a roach; it will take EASILY $125K to bring this back to showroom new; and I’m probably low-balling it! As I always say, before ‘jumping’ on a deal, buy the very best example of the car you can afford. You might have to wait a bit until that car comes along, but in the long run you will be far better off. This isn’t the only 426 Wedge out there folks.

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    • Clay Bryant

      125k…? you need to take your cars to another part of the country to get your cars worked on or at least shop around…………

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  8. Miguel

    Convertibles have been a turn off to me for a lot of years because of what the weather does to the interior.

    I would be much more happy with a hardtop or even a sedan.

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  9. Del


    8 grand ?

    Joke of the day. Not even a good parts car

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  10. Mark

    Lot’s of RARE cars showing up. They are worth some money but not that much.

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  11. John Schilling

    My friend bought this car and we been working on it now I have it and it’s getting ready for the new paint

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