-- here is some information since you are interested (see also here
1. The late Bill M. (@Fury440
) compiled a great information set about his own T-code Fury III convertible and its restoration. He posted it on a website
that appears to have been taken down: sadly, Bill passed away last year. Fortunately, a lot of the information that he put together has been archived on the Way Back machine here
. The information therein is IMHO irreplaceable, so you may want to look at it as you go about your own restorations.
2. Bill was the authority on Fury 'verts in general and T-code Fury 'verts in particular. He owned his car from new, and searched far and wide
for information on what he estimated were not many T-code 1970 Fury 'verts produced (out of 1,952 total
). As of 2016, he had found 7 original T-code cars -- more photos are here
and a table showing how those seven are equipped is here
PM27T0D1268xx (EB5, order #: 071610 )
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PM27T0D1304xx (ER6, order #: 112906 ; a 2009 web page
set up by owner Andy Poluszny was last updated in 2009, when the car had 200k miles; a video of that car in 2008 is here
PM27T0D1402xx (originally FK5, order #: 039631 )
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PM27T0D1404xx (EF8, order #: 114839 )
PM27T0D1408xx (originally TX9, order #: 009789 )
PM27T0D1426xx (order #: C14430 -- Bill's own)
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PM27T0D153472 (TX9, order #: Q06178 — bought in 2017 by @JustAddWater
and discussed here
3. Since then, 2 more T-codes have popped up on FCBO: PM27T0D148353
4. Bill focused on T-code cars, and did not keep track of how many N-code, L-code, or G-code Fury III ragtops were produced in 1970.
5. I am only aware of 3 N-code Fury 'verts around. @Jeff knew
of 2 as of 2017, and @Dimitri Romanenko
's is the only one I have seen surfacing since.
6. Note that all the know T-code cars' SBDs are from before Nov. 7, 1969. However, while Dimitri's (PM27N0D105754) and the Oregon project cars (PM27N0D108414) are both August builds, @Jeff
's DY2 is an April 7 build (PM27N0D233592). In other words, it is not the case that Plymouth stopped building high-power Fury 'verts after a few months.
this answers part of your question here