For Sale 1966 Plymouth Fury III - $5200 (Aiken, SC)

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  1. 1970cat

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    66 Fury III, 2 door hardtop, power steering, automatic, 318 wide body, new brakes, new shocks, new alternator and battery. Many new parts. In very good condition it is a driver.

    Please call after 4 pm ask for Jeff. If no answer leave a message and your phone call will be returned.
     
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    I'm not ready to buy but I am researching and planning for my time.....

    So what do you experts think of this one? Does the 318 bring the value down? How about it being a Fury III and not a Sport Fury?
     
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    Yea no way. I bought my 65 Fury iii for $5300 that was an original 383/ 4 spd, AL car very little rust in the same shape.440 transplant.
     
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    Yeaah, nope. 318 poly...run for ever yes and car doesn't like like it is in too bad shape from what pics show, but I have a hard time justifying hard earned 5Gs, a bit high I think..but that's just my opinion, nothing more.
     
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    And I love the Poly Blocks, I think they are under appreciated and can produce a ton of torque given the right parts!

    A more unique engine compared to the 383's...
     
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    interesting perspective. Seemed to me I mainly see 318s (standard engine) in the Furys. I had a 383 in my 66 Monaco. That thing was near indestructible.
     
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    yeah they are. Had a 383 in a fuselage sport fury....ran that motor and always came back for more...and moved that big ol fury quiet nicely.
     
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    The newer 318 LA block is nothing to look at since it looks so small in the engine bay... but these Polys fill it up nicely plus most classic car newbies have never seen one let alone heard of one.
    Check out the gap difference from the engine tot he inner fenders.
    I took these from a 67 Fury and a 66 Fury..

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    Those are sweet looking! You're winning me over, Tom!
     
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