Reader’s Rides: Jim Gallup’s 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury

And today we have another sweet Plymouth B-body. This one is owned by Jim Gallup from Vero Beach, Florida. Writes Jim:

The car is a rust free 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury. Originally came with a 361. A correct date coded (1-19-64) wedge was found and shipped to me. The motor was completely tore down and rebuilt. It is bored 60 over, has source 440 custom billet aluminum heads and pistons, variable duration lifters, gapless rings. The tranny is a 727 with a 2200 stall installed. Power steering and manual brakes. Going to convert to front disc next month. The subframes are tied together with 2″ square steel. It has a 294 posi rear for highway driving, but can still light up the rear tires effortlessly. Interior was completely redone with correct Legendary products. It is a very good driving car on the highway and there is not much I am afraid to take on light to light. Car also has a factory correct 3″ exhaust system with correct cut-outs. All gauges work including the clock still keeps good time–all the car really needs is a gas tanker to follow it. The car really is a joy to me and usually never see another engine like it at the shows. I looked for the car for 2 years before I bought this one. I wanted this particular color and interior and I diddn’t want a car full of bondo and a lot of rust issues to deal with.

Looks like a sweet ride to me! More pics after the jump!


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