NOT MINE 1969 Plymouth Fury Convertible - $12,000 - Homosassa, Florida

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At the time of posting, this FB listing is 10 minutes old.

1969 Plymouth Fury Convertible - $12,000 - Homosassa, Florida

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sweet old car probably your last chance to get something this nice this cheap you snooze you lose
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Let's see, let's start out with the positives...
1969 Fury ragtop - check
Body and trim - check
Colors - check...ok, so that is all I can think of

Negatives...
Engine - who knows?
Title - who knows?
Mold and mildew - got that in spades inside, no extra charge!
Price - $12K...yeah, sure, right, OK then.

Maybe five hundred bucks and a dirty thirty of Keystone Light might buy it.
 

75LandYacht

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It did. I am very happy with it. I have had it a few months, it is almost road worthy... very exciting.
You're not getting off that easy Mr..... Fill in ALL the blanks. What motor is / was in it. What did you have to do to be "Happy with it"? Etc......
 

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The car needed a lot of electrical work to get it going.
318/904

However, once all the wire "twisting" was replaced and I swapped out the carburetor (which was leaking badly) it fired right up.
Which allowed me to find the exhaust and massive transmission coolant line leaks.
Replaced all motor/trans mounts and replaced the gear box.

So, at this point, at least it is not leaking anymore from anywhere...
Oh yeah, "Needs a drive shaft" I purchased a new yoke and had a local shop shorten/balance.

I know I have one more major hurdle. I will post a separate thread about.
I have yet tested since last update so not sure if it is resolved or not.
 

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Sure would answer a lot of questions if we could see a picture of the trim tag.
Glad your putting it back together. This is the place for info and parts, that's for sure!
 
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