1963 Plymouth Sport Fury Convertible

This true muscle car convertible with a "one-of-one" color combination of red/black and copper interior boasts a 383 ci 330 hp powerplant, heavy duty "push button on the dash" torqueflight automatic transmission with a performance clutch and "hot" 3.71 rear end with dual exhausts.
The bucket seats and console interior, white sidewall tires and spinner wheel covers make this extremely rare muscle machine a true head turning beauty. The torsion bar suspension minimizes rolling and dipping and it is little wonder that Ford and Chevy had met their match on and off track when up against this "Mighty Mopar".
The Sport Fury was top of the line at Plymouth in 1963 distinguished by bucket seats and special interior appointments, side and rear exterior badges special chrome and aluminum trim running front to back.
The "Golden Commando" powerplant was the most potent Plymouth would warranty that year with the larger block (413 ci) dominating race tracks but too hot for the street.