Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
One of the reasons why we love Mopars so much is because they have lower production numbers than Ford or Chevy, and arguably, they knew style even better. This 1962 Plymouth Fury is a great example of distinctive single-year style. And it only gets better when you see that this has been restored to deliver everything you want, including V8 power and an A/C interior.
You know when this Fury has arrived. The dual headlight look with concave grille is a memorable touch only offered in '62. In fact, the whole front end is an exercise in standout style. For example, the restoration made sure the bumpers are mirror-like, so you can really see how they notched the front one to fit those headlights. And the well-defined crease that starts at the hood and wraps around into the door line has a bright trim strip just to draw even more attention to this unique streak. It's a similar story in the rear where there's a wraparound crease and a mirror-like wraparound bumper. So this one has a truly sophisticated style that made Plymouth more than just the choice for budget-minded buyers. And this example really turns that classic style up a notch with upgrades like the metallic gray paint, draglite-style wheels, and bright dual exhaust tips.
The interior has the unmistakable look of a solid investment during its restoration. This two-tone is also quite thoughtful. It looks like if you mixed the dark gray and white together you'd get the exterior shade of gray. That gives the total impression of well-coordinated car. So you'll love keeping all the windows down on this pillarless hardtop just so people can get a better look at the interior. There's plenty of room for family and friends inside this Plymouth. And this one was upgraded to keep them all happy with features like modern R134a air conditioning and a Kenwood AM/FM/CD/XM stereo with USB input for your phone. But what you'll really love is the vintage driving experience. You get the classic Plymouth steering wheel, and this gives you a clear view to the unique dash the includes large speedometer and push-button transmission selector.
Under the hood is a 318 cubic-inch V8. You can see from the clean and tidy total presentation that they invested in quality during the restoration. This even has terrific supporting components, like an HEI ignition and newer brake booster. Plus, the large aluminum radiator w/electric fan is there to help keep this one running cool even when you're in traffic with the A/C pumping. The V8 fires up nicely, runs smoothly, and makes a nice sound out of the dual exhaust. Plus, as you look at the undercarriage photos, you can see than made nice investments in the suspension, including a sway bar on the rear. The Torqueflite A727 three-speed automatic transmission offers smooth shifts, and the power steering and power brakes w/discs up front keep the full driving experience effortless.
Complete with restoration photos, this Fury is the distinct Mopar that has been given a solid investment to be a terrific driver's classic. So at a price like this, you know you need to hurry on this deal. Call today!!!
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