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Plymouth Fury -My first car was a Sports Fury Mais

1958 Plymouth Fury " Christine " Daytime Version 1/18 by Autoworld AWSS108

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1970 Plymouth Fury II Sport Coupe

1972 Plymouth Fury Sport Suburban station wagon - I believe it was this car featured on Hemmings (it has the special "police light" on the driver's side door) - and the YouTube video narrative indicated that this was the only Plymouth Fury wagon ever equipped with the 440 V8 and a factory power sunroof (or something like that). For station wagon aficionados - it's "hauwt."

This is a great Cunningham Restorations T shirt inspired by Christine featuring as it does a Plymouth Fury as per the classic horror book / Carpenter flick and an imagined commercialised version of Arnie's restoration at Darnell's garage. 100% unofficial. Great full screenprinted heavy weight cotton t shirt from Old Skool Hooligans purveyors of classic film inspired t-wear since 2007.

1964 Plymouth Sport Fury Hardtop

Plymouth Fury
1959 Plymouth Sport Fury 2-door Hardtop
Overview
Manufacturer Plymouth (Chrysler)
Production 1955-1961 (full-size)
1961-1964 (mid-size)
1964-1974 (full-size)
1974–1978 (mid-size)
Model years 1956-1961 (full-size)
1962-1964 (mid-size)
1965-1974 (full-size)
1975-1978 (mid-size)
Assembly Detroit, Michigan (Lynch Road)
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Body and chassis
Class Full-size (1957–1961) (1965-1974)
Mid-size (1962-1964) (1975–1978)
Layout FR layout
Chronology
Predecessor Plymouth Belvedere
Plymouth Plaza
Plymouth Savoy
Successor Plymouth Gran Fury (full-size for 1975 to 1977, and 1980 to 1989)
Plymouth Caravelle (Canada)

1960 Plymouth Fury Station Wagon

Nearly 60 years later, Billy Williams can still remember the make and model of the car. It was a Plymouth Fury — always a Plymouth Fury — and on that particular day in 1959, it was pulling up a driveway in rural Whistler, Alabama. The car sat long and low, like a big ole slab on wheels, and as it rolled toward the house, Williams knew exactly what it meant: Buck O’Neil was here to see him.

In 1975, the Plymouth Fury moved to the smaller, but still quite large, B-body platform; in essence, the Belvedere was renamed “Fury” and restyled to match that name’s grandeur. The Gran Fury remained on the new-for-’74 C-body platform, at least until its end in 1977.