3071 Poplar Grove Road
Once in a lifetime opportunity! This 1964 Sport Fury has been at the same Tennessee home since it came home from the dealership nearly 55 years ago!
Unlike many cars this Sport Fury was never relegated to a corner of the basement. It has seen loving use and attentive maintenance its entire life and therefore is completely roadworthy. It has a detailed service history from day one to 2018. The paint is mostly original and still looks great. The interior is original and in excellent condition for its age. This includes some very cool 1960s black and white diamond floor mats protecting the original carpet.
The original 383 4 Barrel still has some of the factory grease pencil markings on the valve cover and has obviously been kept clean from new. It starts well, runs well, steers well and stops well. All of the accessories on this car function as they should. It is completely stock other than a period installed equalizer for the radio.
If you are serious about your Mopars and are looking for a special car you can drive and show then look no further. You have found your car. You don't find cars that are this original very often let alone equipped with a Factory 383 4 Barrel and a great color combination. Let's face it the 60s cranked out way too many black, white, red and turquoise cars. This car looks great, runs great and has a great history. It will not stay on the market long.
All our cars are checked and inspected in our own Classic Car Service Center by certified and experienced mechanics.
For our overseas customers:
We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a "German TUV Service" where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe.
Just ask for a quote and - wir sprechen deutsch!
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