Custom 1977 Plymouth Gran Fury Brougham 440 HiPo/446 CID/727-B/9.25 Dana/4.10 SG

Price: US $5,000.00 Item location: Marietta, Georgia, United States
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Gran Fury
  • Type: Sedan
  • Trim: Brougham Sedan 4-Door
  • Year: 1977
  • Mileage: 150,044
  • VIN: PH41T7D224744
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 7.2L 440Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Burgundy
  • Options: Tachometer, Transmission Temp Gauge, 9.25 Dana, Rear Anti Sway Bar, Quick Disconnect Battery Switch, 4.10 Sure-Grip, Water Temp Gauge, Oil Temp Gauge, Rear Window Shade Slats, Sub Frame Connectors, Extra Leaf Springs, Trailer Hitch, Electric brake box for Trailer, Borg Warner Coil, 1000 CCA Battery, Air Conditioning 134A, Front Power Disc Brakes, Power Steering, 15x8 Cop Wheels, 11' Rear Drum Brakes, True Dual Exhaust, Map Light, Electric Fuel Pump
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1977 Plymouth Gran Fury

Current 2016 tag/registration, clear GA title, insured for stated value of $5000. I have large stack of rcpts in a file folder that the original owner saved since he bought it new. They go with the car.Engine is a 1969 block, 440 punched out .030 over size to 446 cubes. It has the huge C-Body 9.25 Dana rear with 4.10 Sure-Grip gears! The car has been stored on my carportfor protection from most sun and rain since 04-28-12, the day I moved here but I'm moving it to my back driveway in the next few days to give it a good washing and free up carport space.
No rust or significant body damage. Paint is gloss black and fairly nice when washed and waxed :-) The car is in great shape inside and out for a 1977 model! It was worked on mostly by Mopar specialists, Aloha Automotive in Wisconsin that advertised in back of Mopar magazines in the late 90s. The owner of the car [Richard White] had a son that owned that multi million dollar facility that is now closed as far as I know. They use to restore cars and send them to Barrett-Jackson I was told by the delivery driver who brought me the car in an enclosed trailer for $750. I've put over $1000 in it over the years and I have all rcpts since it was new! Off memory, items that I bought new and all have under 400 miles on them are: Feb 2016 master cylinder plus power brake booster from Rock Auto, [all new brake fluid used of course] Feb 2016 Borg Warner coil from Advanced Auto, Feb 2016 battery quick disconnect switch [$22], Douglas 1000 CCA battery from Auto Zone, spark plug wires, spark plugs, 118 amp alternator, Electronic Control Module [ECM], and the voltage regulator too I think. I have used 92 or 93 octane in it every time I get gas but with a 9.5 compression ratio it is not necessary. The glove box has a black CB bracket that I neatly mounted on it and angled it for better view for the driver. All inside lights work as do headlights and running lights. Interior is in very nice shape for a 77. The front seat was redone by Aloha Automotive and has no tears. I have at least 12 pics to upload, hopefully this weekend. Not impressive looking under the hood but it has the 440 power and awesome sound when it is warmed up and you lay into the 4 barrel :-D
[ISSUES]Windshield is cracked on the passenger side and the chrome around windshield has damage. Tires have lots of tread left but are very old. They are expensive 15" Michelin LT 10 ply truck tires. They guy I got it from in Wisconsin [Richard White/original owner] was pulling a trailer the 2 times a year he drove on vacation the last few years he had it.Very small dent on top of driver's side fender [left fender]. The paint at that dent is not chipped or rusty.Blinkers do not work now but they did when I got it. I was told way up behind the dash is a flasher type thing that unplugs and can be replaced.The passenger mirror is there but the controler linkage to adjust it is laying on the floor but it is connected to adjust. Came from another car and was not long enough.Car has factory AC that is still all hooked up and 'was' working when I bought the car. All the 134A freon has leaked out now.Driver's door sticks when you try to open it unless you push the door in slightly, then lift the outside handle. This is a 40 year old car remember. It works fine on the inside.