1960 Fury 4-door _ San Antonio

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    1960 Plymouth Fury
    I would have guessed that Mercury rims wouldn't fit on a Plymouth.
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    Seems like the interior is the worst part of this car... those door cards are a mess. Wonder where you'd find some or get them redone.
     
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    Very cool project car. Looks like it's pretty complete.
     
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    SMS will dupilicate them for about a grand.
     
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    Is that the same SMS that gave, Bob(78NYB), the shaft on his vinyl roof? Pass:poke:
     
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    Yes but they will likely be the only ones with the correct material.
     
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    The Mopar World except the Imperial used a 4 1/2" Bolt pattern -- as did Ford ---
    However, the Imperials and Mercurys used a 5" Bolt pattern.....
     
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    Indeed; the bolt circle would have been the same, but the Ford hub was smaller at 2 1/2". If you tried to put a Ford rim on a Mopar, it might get stuck on (AMHIK). These aluminum rims are likely from a 1990s Grand Marquis.