1964 Plymouth Fury

Condition Used
Body Coupe
Make Plymouth
Model Fury
Mileage 43281 mi
Fuel type Gasoline
Year 1964
Transmission Automatic
Exterior Color Brown
History Yes
VIN: 3441131119

I have a 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury that was professionally restored in 2018 and painted to as close as they could get to the original color, Chestnut Brown. It has a much modified 451 cubic inch stroker engine mated to an 883 4-Speed manual transmission and pushing the power to the ground through a sure grip rear end with 3:23 gears. The original 361 CID V8 was replaced with a 400 cubic inch block with a no expense spared build that included a steel 440 cubic inch crankshaft, 440 LY rods, Keith Black hypereutectic pistons, 440 heads fitted with bronze valve guides, hardened seats, 2.19 intake valves, 1.81 exhaust valves, PRW roller rockers arms, Hughes cam, lifer and springs, Mopar electronic distributer, MSD 6AL ignition, Headman ceramic coated headers, and Magna flow mufflers, 2.5'' exhaust, and a Holley Sniper Fuel Injection unit and hand controller. The 451, which is made by dropping a 440 crank into a 400 block, has almost perfect design parameters. The 400 block, with a deck height of 9.980 is perfect for a 3.75 stroke since a 1.80 rod ratio yields a nice light compression height of 1.355. This means that 451 has a typical piston weight of around 550 grams instead of 800+ for the 440. The lower deck height of the 400 means less block weight makes them lighter and more rigid. A complete 451 can weigh as much as 40 pounds less than a similar 440 due to these differences. It also has a complete Offenhauser 360 dual quad intake with dual Edelbrock 650cfm Carbs and air cleaner if you want to go back to the nostalgic look. You know these Fury's are rare, and ours looks like the old Super Stockers as it has the right look and stance rolling on chrome Plymouth 5ht. It also means the engine fits into tight engine compartments easier. It also means that the pushrods are shorter which in -spoke mag wheels and raised white letter BF Goodrich T/A radials tires. Additional features include an A/C system that is professionally ran through the fender and not the firewall from Nostalgic Air, disc brakes in the front, and a posi traction rear end! The interior is a sharp two-toned tan and brown that matched the paint theme great as the seat coverings and carpet were purchased new from Legendary interiors, while the door panels, headliner, and dash pad are original. It has the matching rear seat, big color matched factory steering wheel, factory dash and gauge, Holley Sniper computer controller, chrome 4-speed shifter and white cue ball, Vintage air conditioning, carpet, floor mats and matching door panels. The Chestnut colored Fury looks stately and different from most other Plymouths of the era and the bodywork is in excellent condition with straight-edge styling, great brightwork.