Best Mopar forum

Discussion in 'The "Other" Bench' started by austingta, Feb 27, 2016.

  1. austingta

    austingta Well-Known Member

    I just picked up another car- a 1966 Plymouth Sport Fury Convertible, 383, 727.

    Is there a good forum to join to get some info about this car? I may need some parts too, mainly a 4 barrel manifold and a carb. It's a 2 bbl.
     
  2. rkammer

    rkammer '71 GS455 Arctic White

  3. flynbuick

    flynbuick Super Moderator Staff Member

    After the 64 model year the Sport Fury Mopars went from being B to C bodies.
     
  4. Mister T

    Mister T Just truckin' around

    Oh do I have a soft spot for those beasts! :TU: Of course we need some :kodak: :kodak: :kodak:
     
  5. austingta

    austingta Well-Known Member

    Here they are!

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  6. austingta

    austingta Well-Known Member

    I think it screams for factory sport wheels and white-letter tires.
     
  7. Mister T

    Mister T Just truckin' around

    What a sexy beast! :TU: :TU: :TU: I love those bucket seats too.

    I concur. :beers2:
     
  8. John Brown

    John Brown On permanant vacation !!

  9. mobileparts123

    mobileparts123 Well-Known Member

    Being a "C" Body ---- join www.forcbodiesonly.com ---- it's a good forum -- and free.

    I have mountains of parts for "C" Body MOPARS!!!!!!!!
     
  10. austingta

    austingta Well-Known Member

    I did find and join that forum. I like it so far. Do you have an air cleaner housing for a 383-2 bbl? Nice sport wheels?
     
  11. austingta

    austingta Well-Known Member

    I have a little shell shock.

    My experience with C Body Only is not a good one.

    Anyway, I got the car, and while it runs well when underway, it does not idle at all. You have to drive it with two feet. The seller feigns or is surprised.

    The carb is really corroded and old looking. I think I'll drop a 4 barrel on it. It seems like a 3406 Edelbrock will do the trick.


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  12. John Brown

    John Brown On permanant vacation !!

    Why not try pulling the idle mixture screws, shoot carb cleaner in the holes, let set a few minutes, then blow through the holes with an air hose? Then replace the air/idle screws, lightly seating them and then back them out about a turn and a half. No reason to spend out the big bucks when maybe you can solve the problem for free.....
     
  13. Bad Boattail

    Bad Boattail Guest

    Nice Fury, Frank :cool:

    We have quite a few of those Plymouths in The Netherlands.
    My friend Jeroen is the owner of 66sportfury.com and of a white model year 1966 Sport Fury coupe :TU:
    Unfortunately, there is no board attached to his website.

    Click banner to visit website :Comp:

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  14. austingta

    austingta Well-Known Member

    Awesome. I signed his guestbook.
     

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