We have a soft spot in our hearts for full-size muscle machines that are about the performance. For those who lived through those years, it might not have been as big a deal, but for someone young enough to have missed the Regan era entirely, a full-size American car doesn’t exactly strike out as an alternative to the traditional intermediate muscle car. A Chevelle, Road Runner or Torino is still a huge car to someone younger than 40. But those cars are priced out of the stratosphere when you find them in nice condition. But if you absolutely gotta have that classic look, I’ve got a great answer for you…especially if you’re a Mopar fiend.
Meet the 1970 Plymouth Sport Fury. The Fuselage-styled C-body was still looking mighty fine for 1970, with it’s expansive grille and rounded shape. It blended “aggressive” and “classy” into one cohesive shape. While a Sport Fury GT is the upper crust, this two-door sedan body looks great.
From the ad: Professional Frame off resto 18 months old. 4000 miles on engine. New everything! Basically a new 1970 Plymouth. 440 ci, 4- barrel. Original jack, manual, sales brochures.. Very nice car! Please no low ballers, Rare 2 Dr car. Take to Mopar Weekend in BG in Sept and get a trophy. $21,000 obo. PM for questions/appt.
No joke, bring it out to Bowling Green for MoParty. Make me jealous.