1970 Plymouth Sport Fury painted as Blues Brothers Bluesmobile

1970 Plymouth Fury Sport Fury for sale in Moorpark, California, United States

Condition: Used
Item location: Moorpark, California, United States
Make: Plymouth
Model: Fury
SubModel: Sport Fury
Type: Sedan
Year: 1970
Mileage: 87,500
VIN: PH41C0D233510
Color: Black and White
Engine size: 8 cyl
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Blue
Options: Cassette Player
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Plymouth Fury 1970

Your chance to own a unique bit of history.
Our church bought this car and modified it to resemble the Bluesmobile for a promotion. We do not have a long history for this car as we only drove it in a few parades and events in our community. It has some rust, ipped/worn seats, eyed door and fender panels. The VIN says this is a 6 cylinder but it has 8 ignition wires so it looks like this has been upgraded to an 8.
We added the huge roof speaker and a Cobra CB radio to be able to play music and use as a megaphone in parades.
From Wiki:1969–1973[edit]Fifth generation1969 Plymouth Sport Fury ConvertibleOverviewAlsocalledPlymouth VIPModelyears1969–1973Body and chassisBodystyle2-doorhardtop
4-doorstation wagonPlatformC-bodyRelatedDodge PhoenixPowertrainEngine426cuin (7.0L) wedge andHemi"B" V8[1]
383cuin (6.3L) "B" V8
318cuin (5.2L) "LA" V8[1]
225cuin (3.7L)Slant-6[1]
440cuin (7.2L)[1]
400cuin (6.6L) "B" V8[1]
360cuin (5.9L)"LA" V8[1]DimensionsWheelbase120.0in (3,048mm)The 1969 models featured Chrysler's new round-sided "Fuselage" styling. The Fury was again available as a 2-door hardtop, -door convertible, -door hardtop, -door sedan, nd 4-door station wagon. For 1970, he VIP was discontinued and a 4-door hardtop was added to the Sport Fury range, hich also gained a new hardtop coupe. This was available in "GT" trim; 1970–71 Sport Fury GT models were powered by the 440cuin (7.2L) engine, hich in 1970 could be ordered "6-barrel" carburetion consisting of three 2-barrelcarburetors.

The 1969 models included the fleet-intended Fury I, olume models Fury II and Fury III, he sport-model Sport Fury and the top-line VIP. The 225 cubic-inch six-cylinder engine continued as standard on the Fury I, I and select III models, ith the 318 cubic-inch V8 standard on the Sport Fury, ome Fury III models and all VIP models plus the station wagon; a three-speed manual transmission was standard, ith the TorqueFlite automatic transmission optional. The six-cylinder engine/three-speed manual transmission power team – along with the three-speed manual transmission on the 318 cubic-inch V8 – continued to be available until midway through the 1971 model year, fter which all full-sized Plymouths were built with a V8 engine and automatic transmission.

For 1970, he VIP was dropped, ith the Sport Fury line expanded to include a four-door hardtop sedan. An optional Brougham package, hich included individually-adjustable split bench seats with passenger recliner and luxurious trim comparable to the former VIP series, as available on Sport Furys; a Sport Fury GT and S/23 models. The S/23 was dropped for 1971, ith new options including an electric sunroof (for top-line models) and a stereo tape player with a microphone, aking it possible to record off the radio or take dictation.

On Sep-21-15 at 19:47:35 PDT, eller added the following information:

REVISION: I mis-read the VIN. The C is a G. See the new photo. Now it all makes sense. It is the original G - 318 1-2BBL 8 Cylinder "LA" engine

On Sep-22-15 at 21:00:05 PDT, eller added the following information:

I hadn't run the car yet since the battery was not fully charged. I jumped it and it fired right up. I just took it out today and "drag raced" through the church parking lot. It ran fine, ven chirped the tires. A bit of a tick-tick sound when I started it. After driving it was smoother. I made a video of the engine running on fast idle and will try to upload.youtu.be/rC8aXyzSAkUThere was a bit of white smoke in the left tail pipe but we haven't run the car in 6 months. New photos uploaded.

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