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November 2003 Mopar(s) of the Month

Two Mopars share the honor this month, a 1964 Fury and a 1963 Fury!

1964 Plymouth Fury  — Max Wedge clone

Larry writes:
1964 Plymouth Fury front view Restoration work on my 1964 Plymouth Fury
was was not done in time for
2003 Carlisle or the 2003 Mopar Nationals.

1964 Plymouth Fury interior 1964 Plymouth Fury interior
1964 Plymouth Fury 426 max wedge engine 1964 Plymouth Fury 426 max wedge engine
The 426 Max Wedge specs:
+30 Wiesco 10:8 compression,
ported & polished stage II heads,
3705 carbs, & dual point tach drive
Max Wedge distributor.

1964 Plymouth trunk 1964 Plymouth rear


The Plymouth features a 3000 stall 727 with manual valve body, 3:23 axle, Weld wheels, Cure-Ride 90/10 front shocks, chrome 50/50 rear shocks, and 3 inch exhaust with Dyno-Max mufflers.

I mentioned 2003 Carlisle and the 2003 Mopar Nationals because my 1963 Fury won 2nd at 2003 Carlisle after winning 1st two years in a row. The 1963 also won 3rd at the Mopar Nats in the 1960-1970 Street Modified class. Not bad for driving 450 miles to compete against 11 trailer cars.

1963 Plymouth and 1964 Plymouth - Mopars of the Month, November 2003 See more pictures of Larry's 1963 Plymouth!
November 2003 co-Mopar of the Month





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