Featured on AutoHunter, the online auction platform driven by ClassicCars.com, is this 1968 Plymouth Sport Fury convertible. It is one of 388 U.S.-spec convertibles built with the Commando 383, and it’s backed by a three-speed automatic transmission. Features include power steering and brakes, power windows, and Sony AM/FM/CD stereo. Finished in blue with black convertible top over a blue cloth and vinyl interior, this Plymouth comes with a matching convertible top boot and clear title.

The reportedly rust-free body has been refinished in medium blue. The black convertible top is power-operated and features a plastic rear window. Other features include fender-mounted turn signal indicators, fender-mounted power antenna, and dual side-view mirrors with manual driver-side remote.

A set of modern, five-spoke polished aluminum wheels is wrapped in radial tires.

The cabin is furnished in blue cloth and vinyl, with the cloth being a modern update. Up front, you’ll find two buckets with a center “buddy seat” and arm rest. Features include power windows, column-mounted automatic shifter, and custom center console-mounted Sony AM/FM/CD stereo.

Instrumentation consists of a 120-mph speedometer and gauges for the coolant temperature, fuel level, and alternator. According to the selling dealer, the odometer reads 96,693 miles, though the true mileage on this vehicle is unknown.

Power is provided by a rebuilt, non-original Commando 383 four-barrel backed by Chrysler’s venerable TorqueFlite automatic. The selling dealer states that the engine has logged 1,000 miles since being rebuilt. Engine bay features include chrome valve covers and air cleaner housing.

This Plymouth is equipped with an independent front suspension and a solid rear-drive axle. Braking is power-assisted. A dual exhaust system exits at the rear.

The auction for this 1968 Plymouth Sport Fury convertible ends Wednesday, April 24, 2024 at 11:30 a.m. (PDT).

Visit the AutoHunter listing for more information and photo gallery

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