Selling my 1959 Plymouth Sport Fury



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Tony
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Selling my 1959 Plymouth Sport Fury

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Several months after I finished my ’65 Sport Fury convertible, I had a terrible of fall off a ladder breaking 6 ribs, a left lung puncture, and an unknown (after 4 months) left rotator tear. With 6 nights in the hospital, 21 days on O2, followed with the shoulder repair, the costs climbed. Seven weeks after the shoulder surgery, I had a massive headache (turned out to be a stroke, 3 more nights in the hospital) on New Year’s Day, 2016, due to a blood clot that passed through a hole in my heart to the left side of my brain. By that time, I had over $30,000 in bills. Two years ago I knew that I might have to sell both the Sport Fury and my ’41 Plymouth PT 125.

I bought my ’59 locally in October, 2002, from the 2nd owner, and the original 18 year old owner “Carol Jean” bought it on 9/3/59 in Colorado Springs. Since then, I got the 318 to run, repaired the brakes, and installed 4 new tires on 14” x 6” wheels. Collected many parts, including sheet metal, both used and aftermarket. One of the first parts repaired was the steering wheel, recast by D & D Automoblia (ask Ron Keij about his wheel). The bumpers have been straightened and chromed, including the rear guards. The original color was red, and the 1st owner re-upholstered the seats with all vinyl, but she installed the buckles in the buckets.

I had planned to covert the car from 318/cast iron TorqueFlite, to a ’68 Road Runner 383 (about 80% complete) and a ’63 cable shifted 727. I also planned to replace the tapered 8 ¾” shafts to ’68 Chrysler shafts with studs; plus front disc brakes which I never bought. The car needs a total restoration, Ron and Matthew Keij have seen the car in person, and Dan Morton once posted images on his website. I have a list of over 100 parts, body, engine, transmission, various small parts and stainless trim. The odometer reads 105774.
I’m asking $12,000 for the car, extra engine, transmission, and parts. Please contact me for more images or information only via at rockpick43@yahoo.com


Thanks,
Tony
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Tony
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Re: Selling my 1959 Plymouth Sport Fury

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The black image is a link to my parts PDF.


Tony
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Faulkner
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Re: Selling my 1959 Plymouth Sport Fury

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Thanks for posting, Tony - I took the liberty of touching the pdf so that it would generate a representative thumbnail.

Wow, you have a valance?!? Those are like hen's teeth. Think about posting some parts pics as well.

Best of luck with your sale!

Dan


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misterbelvedere
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Re: Selling my 1959 Plymouth Sport Fury

Post by misterbelvedere »

Hi Tony,

Sorry about your circumstances. What's the status of your '59? I'm on the market.

Thanks,
Joe


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Re: Selling my 1959 Plymouth Sport Fury

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Hi Joe,

Tony wrote in his post:
Please contact me for more images or information only via at rockpick43@yahoo.com
Try sending him an email. Good luck!

Dan


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Tony
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Re: Selling my 1959 Plymouth Sport Fury

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Hi Joe,
the car is still for sale, contact me at rockpick43@yahoo.com
Thanks


Tony
Falcon, Colorado
Plymouth Owners Club
Southern Colorado Mopars
41 PT 125, 58 Belvedere, 59 Sport Fury, 65 Sport Fury, 71 GTX
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