Standard equipment on the Sport Fury was the pleasantly powerful 318 cubic-inch “Polysphere” V8, which is not related to the later 318 that would follow. Unrelated to the later 318 motor, this one actually evolved from the Red Ram 241ci Hemi. Its calling card was torque, and the rumble of the dual exhaust lets everyone know you you’ve got power to spare. The presentation is one that will make you happy to open up the hood whenever you want, thanks to nicely painted components and plenty of signs of good maintenance. This is a true anytime cruiser thanks to features like power steering and the A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission.

Location: Concord, North Carolina, United States

See listing: 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury Convertible (from February 28, 2017)