This is a list of my step-dads cars. My step-dad "specializes" in the Plymouth Fury. He got into the Furies because his father had a "left-over" 67 Fury II. He opened the 68 Fury brochure and saw the 68 Sport Fury Fast-top and said "I want that". He has, as follows
1967- Fury II 6 passenger wagon (Currently a survivor with 90% original paint. Original 318 2bbl for now, going to have a 440 someday), Fury II 2-door post (Will Get More Photos), Fury III 4-door hardtop (Driven not trailered across country to Frankenmauth M.I. for Frankenmauth AutoFest 2019), Fury III 4-door post. (The 2nd ever C-body my stepdad bought, bought in about 1982. Going To Carlisle 2020), Sport Fury convertible, VIP 4 door hardtop.
1968- Sport Fury Fast-top. 318 2bbl. (The very 1st C-body my stepdad ever bought, bought in 1980 while still in high school. Featured in Jon Lorenson's Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep dealership to promote upcoming Mopar show in Old Saybrook, CT in 2009, Featured on "My Car Story" with Lou Costabile in 2019. Went To Carlisle 2019)
1970- Sport Fury S/23. 383 4 barrel High Performance Super Commando with air conditioning, buckets with console, and wood-grain steering wheel. Real A51 code car, Not a clone. Fender tag decoded by Galen Govier in 1998. The 3rd ever C-body my stepdad ever bought, bought in about 1983 for only $500 because the reverse band was broke. Featured in High Performance Mopar magazine in July 1992. Received Galen Top 10 award at Mopars @ Englishtown in 1997, Presidents Pick at CT Mopar Expo in 1998, Favorite 50 plaque at Lebanon Valley Dragway in 2007. (Also Went To Carlisle In 2016 For The C-body Celebration)
1973- Fury Custom Suburban 6 passenger wagon. 360 small block (Went To Carlisle 2017)