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  • All Plymouth Fury 2-Door Hardtop (II, III) versions offered for the year with complete specs, performance and technical data in the catalogue of cars.

    Fury II (wheelbase ), Weight, Price, Production. coupe, 3,, $2,, 3, 4-door sedan, 3,, 2,, 41, Total Plymouth Fury II, 44,

    Plymouth Fury 2 door hardtop car body is in bad shape, car comes with two engines and two transmissions both engines are s the transmissions are.

    Body is clean, straight and fits nice. Original steel wheels n hubcaps come wit it. Vintage Planet Cookeville, TN miles from you This page was last edited on 23 July , at The Salon featured plush velour bench seats with recliners and folding armrests and carpeted trunks, along with a spring-loaded hood ornament with the Plymouth logo.

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    The Plymouth options were plentiful, starting at the top. During and , Fury two-door hardtops boasted two distinctive rooflines. One employed a thin C-pillar resembling a slanted parallelogram; the other, the "Fast Top," sported a wider triangular C-pillar.

    This roof and backlight was essentially the roof used on the four-door sedans and hardtops, which meant that they, too, had the "formal" look. By contrast, the C-pillar of the regular hardtop had a smoother, more rounded appearance coupled with a convex backlight.

    These formal hardtops didn't arrive until January, indicating a late decision on the part of Plymouth planners. Perhaps they shouldn't have bothered -- given the choice, most buyers opted for the regular roofline. Abetting this austere appearance, all big Plymouths boasted concealed windshield wipers , parked unobtrusively in a gap between the hood and windshield.

    This attribute was a direct result of Pontiac's pioneering this feature beginning with its models. Ironically, the best-looking big Plymouths in were the station wagons, available in Suburban, Custom Suburban, and Sport Suburban guises.

    Unlike other body types, the Suburbans' rear wheels were fully exposed, visually lightening the rear quarters.

    Furthermore, the roofs, with their long rectangular quarter windows, were also lighter looking. One new touch was the design of the D-pillar, which wrapped up and over the roof plane, acting to deflect the air downward past the tailgate window, keeping the glass free of dust. Also new to Plymouth's big wagons was a two-way tailgate, lowering like a conventional tailgate or opening like a door.

    Sport Suburbans were easily identified by the simulated wood paneling on their long flanks. Due to their unique styling, Suburban taillights were always different from the other passenger cars.

    As can be imagined, with this bhp engine in these big cars, performance was marginal. The standard V-8 was Chrysler's trusty workhorse of cubes, with a cid V-8 offered in bhp Commando and bhp Super Commando versions. A horsepower , cid Super Commando V-8 was optional on all models except the Suburbans, where a horse Commando V-8 was substituted.

    Also available was the Turnpike Cruising Package consisting of a two-barrel V-8 with speed control, power front disc brakes , a 2. One of the rarest of the midyear Plymouths was a surreal "spring special" based on the Fury III two-door hardtop.

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