1965 Plymouth Sport Fury
|Engine Size:||426 CID Max Wedge|
|Transmssion:||727 Torqueflite Automatic|
|Int. Color:||Black and Gold|
Initially, the creation of the Plymouth Fury in 1956 was to demonstrate the excellent abilities of the Plymouth division and to produce an automobile that was not only stunning, but one that would gather crowds. The Fury model was very popular with police forces as the car had top performance and great reliability.
Fast forward to 1965, and the Plymouth company introduced the Sport Fury with a luxury package which had a larger engine, performance upgrades, and a transmission that could handle extra torque. This was the only year that it was offered. The 65 model had aesthetic changes as well with horizontal grille bars and taillights that were rearranged.
For the 1965 year of production only 38,348 hardtop coupes were produced, thus making this Plymouth Fury a rare car and one that is very desirable. The models for the 1965 Fury were the I, II, and III Sport Fury trims, with the Sport Fury being the top of the line. It came with interior amenities and several V8 engine options.
This is an excellent 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury hardtop coupe that stands tall and exhibits beautifully. The all-original sheet metal body is solid and straight. This car was repainted in the original gold color that is rare. All chrome and trim are in great condition.
The bucket seat console interior is black, and the seats have gold inserts that complement the exterior beautifully. The dash was redone, and the door panels are probably original. Everything in the interior is in above average condition.
The engine is the original 426 CID Max Wedge and is paired with the 727 automatic Torqueflite transmission. The engine starts up right away and the car runs, drives, and shifts with ease.
This Sport Fury is loaded with options such as power brakes, power steering, power windows, tilt wheel, clock, heater, factory AM/FM radio, custom exhaust, and a limited slip rear-end. The brakes have just be completely redone including new brake shoes, new brake lines, new drums, all brake components are new.
Underneath, the car is outstanding and presents very well. It looks like someone took time and gave careful attention to detailing the undercarriage, so it is very clean!
This great 1965 Plymouth Sort Fury is in Wyoming. It is available for viewing by appointment only for serious buyers.