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1958 Plymouth Fury

Sale price: $77,000.00 make an offer

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Date: 2019-04-08
Have to import and pay gst and luxury car tax and shipping etc Reno (from Melbourne australia) offered 49000 usd
Date: 2020-10-09
Hi Jack offered 31500 usd
Date: 2020-10-18
Shane York offered $78,000.00 usd
Sale type: Fixed price listing

Technical specifications, photos and description:

Manufacturer: Plymouth
Model: Fury
Year: 1958
Type: Coupe
Color: Red
Mileage: 24,000
Engine: 383
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Interior Color: Red
Vehicle Title: Clear
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1958 Plymouth Fury for sale

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The history of this car between my and my father starts in spring of 2014. I was going to college in ohio and my dad (located in the south) sent me a message letting me know that there was a 1958 plymouth belvedere for sale in Pennsylvania (for those that havent read the book. the book is based in pennsylvania). Since there were many interested buyers we decided it would be best if i went to check it out immediately. I set up my car and drove 6 hours all the way to pennsylvania that same weekend. When i arrived. i was greeted by the previous owner. where he showed me the car in full detail.

The car was a 1958 plymouth belvedere which had all the correct exterior components to match the car in the movie and was resprayed red (not the correct shade). he had went through the trouble of reupholstering the interior and started an engine swap on the car. He had removed the original 318 and had installed a 383 out of a 71 roadrunner with a matching 727 transmission.

No driveshaft. no functional brakes. would fire but wouldnt run. factory manual steering. factory manual brakes. and original drum brakes.

We talked some numbers and eventually agreed on a price. car was sold. and so the story began.

The car was shipped to my father who took the car to a shop to have it “reconditioned”. paint. chrome. suspension and an SSBC disc conversion were done. Engine was rebuilt but not much was done as far as making the car actually run and move. The brakes were in but didnt operate. power steering box was in but not operational. and much more

2 years later. the car was on a standstill. all the latter was installed. but again no engine. drivetrain or brakes were operational.

When i graduated college in automotive. and moved in with my father. i offered him to finish the project. and after some ideas were exchanged. we agreed and the car was brought to me.

We decided we wanted the car to be as reliable as possible. keep the old style. keep the looks and make the car look like the movie. but perform better than when it left the factory. This coupled to my electrical knowledge and EFI experience. we opted to get rid of the original harness and make a custom new one. and upgrade to efi as well. Power steering. power brakes were also added. lighting systems were renewed. audio components upgraded. A/C was installed. heater system was reconditioned and the list goes on and on.

The project took me a total of around 7-8 months. i went into a lot of detail with the engine bay. so much so that i saw the movie at least 10 times trying to notice differences between cars and adding things to make our example similar. i became a huge fan. so much so that i ended up reading the book. yet again finding differences and similarities. All this while working on it part time. we did test drives and a lot of research and development as far as different components went. several items were installed and then removed and finally replaced with better ones or some that would better suit the application. A lot of time went into this car. and what we ended up with is a “turn key restomod replica of Christine”.

There is much to be said about our time with this particular example. but for now it is time for us to part ways. it would probably take you hours to read all i have to write so i will keep this short and simple by making a list of all the parts and things that have been done to our 58 belvedere in our ownership

These are as follows:

Bare-metal movie car red paintjobFully functional windowsNew stainless steel trim insertsRe-upholstered interior by previous ownerFull fury exterior conversionOlder re-chromed bumpers and winglets383 big block engine from a 71 roadrunner (rebuilt)727 torqueflite from the same car (rebuilt)Shift kitPush button conversion kitComp cam (unsure of size)Dual quad manfioldDual quad FITECH efi systemFITECH fuel commanderFitech Post fuel filterLokar kickdown cable1” carb spacersWrapped headersNew mechanical fuel pumpPertronix igniter for points deleteNew distributor/new cap/ new rotorHigh flow water pumpNew valve coversReplica fiberglass oval air filters75 dart power steering pump (late model saginaw)100 amp alternator from summitNew voltage regulator (custom setup with late model mopar reg)Msd blaster 2 coilNew custom MSD spark plug wiresShorty headersAll new full exhaustModified oil panVintage air a/c compressor and pulley setup for mopar “B” enginesDual A/C v-beltsMark IV Vintage air A/C setup with custom linesALL NEW CUSTOM FULL BODY WIRING HARNESS (braided harness in engine bay. added fusebox with modern fuses)All aluminum radiator from a 69 challengerFord style heater control valve (fully functional with original controls. Deletes old leak prone setup)Vacuum assist pumpModified vacuum canister to look like moviePower brakes conversion (rebuilt factory brake booster bellow)Power steering conversion (rebuilt power steering box)New tie rods. ball joints and bushings2” rear dropDual 10” puller fans12” pusher for a/c condenserFunctional neutral safety switchElectronic parking brake (works with neutral safety switch)SSBC front and rear disc brake conversionWilwood brake proportioning valve with brake switchNew dual circuit master cylinderDashboard led lightsRetrosound bluetooth ipod compatible stereo (works with factory stereo knobs)5 channel kenwood amp6 ¼ front separate speaker set (pioneer with custom kick panels)6x9 image dynamics rear speakersNew hornNOS taillightsRepaired. straightened and polished stainless steel trimRe-chromed components by Paul's chrome (hood emblems. fender trim. interior trim. trunk lettering. and other misc pieces. $14. 00 total invoice)Recent alignmentNew tiresFull body aluminized brake linesNew full body weatherstrippingOem style underhood matOem style trunk matInner trunk bedlined“belvedere “ badge deleteModified rear left hub to accept right hand thread lug bolts74 new yorker driveshaftFully functional and operational lights (high beams. low beams. turn signals. brake lights and reverse light. dome light)Fully functional factory heater systemMany other adapting. reliability and aesthetic mods

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call or message me. phone number will be available to bidders only. If you would like to stop by and inspect the car you may also do so. We will also upload a video of all the cars components functioning as they should. You may also go to instagram and find my user to look at pictures of the entire build process

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Comments and questions to the seller:

from Robin Jacobsson , dated 04 october 2020
Hej är bilen kvar är intresserad

from Jason, dated 25 july 2020
Is this car still available please?

from john d herrod, dated 10 june 2020
i need that car

from Jürgen Hoffmann, dated 28 february 2019
is the car still available? I am interested to buy this car. Please send me some more informations and photos.

from Jürgen Hoffmann, dated 12 february 2019
is the car stil available?
Thanks for a short massage

from Phil Lyon, dated 21 august 2018
hi is this still for sale please feel free to email me

from Thomas Pinkston , dated 19 february 2018
770 335 9766

from Elaina Hill, dated 31 december 2017
Would you consider $60,000 for this car?

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