61 plymouth fury




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    61 plymouth fury

    61 plymouth fury

    E-mail inquiries to the Webmaster. Rear bench seat looks new. Piloting this dinosaur through 21 st century traffic is nothing short of sensational. Regis Plymouth version was the Gran Fury although not very common. During the start of the model year, Chrysler moved the Fury name, which had been part of the full-size C-body Plymouth model line up during the previous ten model years from to , over to the restyled mid-size B-body Plymouth Fury line up, which had been marketed as the Satellite during the previous nine model years from , and from

    61 plymouth fury

    61 plymouth fury

    61 plymouth fury

    61 plymouth fury

    61 plymouth fury

    Continued - Plymouth Fury | HowStuffWorks

    Designed by the legendary Virgil Exner , the Plymouth Fury is one of the most eclectic and fascinating four-wheeled Mid-Century designs to ever roam planet Earth. Mouse Over the Photos to Enlarge. Featuring a face only a mother could love, Impala-like, horizontal wings with rocket-inspired tail light pods deeply set into concave quarter panels, the Sixty-one was simply too radical, too unconventional to find general acceptance by the buying public and contributed to the end of the Exner era at Chrysler.

    For pretty much the same reason, a Dali painting, while exciting and smartly executed, won't make it into the majority of American living rooms.

    61 plymouth fury

    Now, 56 years later, finding a '61 in fine fettle -- anywhere -- is an almost impossible task. Finding one that has never been restored, an original surviving example that presents itself in museum condition is like winning the powerball lottery. Here's one -- the one! Hailing from a small private auto collection in the Midwest specializing in the preservation of original American iron, this Fury is a reference car in the true meaning of the term.

    We'd like to believe that it's the best-kept specimen of its kind in the country, perhaps the world. The car's well-preserved fender tag tells us that this Plymouth Fury 2-door hardtop was built on June 7 th , painted Alpine White and was fitted with red-and-white trim WW1.

    61 plymouth fury

    The Fury was sold new just a few days after it was manufactured, on June 19, , by Austin Auto, the local Chrysler-Plymouth franchise, to Dr. Fenton of W. Oakland Ave, a well-known Austin dentist. Incredibly, from the original title application and Plymouth Service Certificate, to the owner's manual and accessory booklets, the car is as fully documented as it gets.

    Last registered in , this Fury still carries its vintage Minnesota license plate. Upon the passing of Dr. Fenton, his beloved Fury was put away, to be stored warm and dry for 33 years, until it was discovered and subsequently purchased by the aforementioned collector.

    Along with the original books and records, a plethora of documents pertaining to the car's history is neatly organized in a large, three ring binder. Let's now inspect this amazing survivor in more detail, starting up front, with the hood.

    61 plymouth fury

    The original -- not reproduction -- sound pad still presents extremely well. Residing in an all original, corrosion-free engine compartment is the matching numbers cu. Officially named "V ," Plymouth's polyspheric "A" engine develops real horsepower.

    I can personally attest to its prowess, having driven an equally equipped '65 Fury from Hamburg to Frankfurt once in under three hours, the speedometer indicating mph for long stretches of Autobahn. Note correct silver finish to engine. Car is equipped with "torsion-aire" suspension and power steering, as well as the new-for alternator. Details from the crypt: Well-proportioned Coupe body is in immaculate condition. Free of rust or damage, bubbling of any kind, dings, dents, scratches, nicks, or chips, just the lower sides have been painted, a few years ago, perfectly matching the upper body's factory original paint finish.

    1961 Plymouth Fury Survivor on the road!



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