NOT MINE 1970 Plymouth Fury Gran Coupe - $2,500 - New Ulm, Texas

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1970 Plymouth Fury Gran Coupe - $2,500 - New Ulm, Texas

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1970 Plymouth Gran Fury. 383ci engine and automatic transmission. Does not run. 2 door with hideaway headlights. Engine has a spun rod bearing. Car was in a flood several years ago and has water in the engine and transmission. Rust around rear window and right rear quarter panel. Interior needs work. Have an extra 383 block, heads and crankshaft that can go with it. Has bonded title but bond period is over and will revert to blue title when title is changed by new owner. $2500 OBO. Cash in hand will not ship.
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Looks like an overpriced parts car. Just reading the word Flood scares me from it.
Pretty much means everything that is not metal has water damage.
Looks complete though. Might be nicer than it appears.
 

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Agreed, PL21L0D294842 was way overpriced at the usual C-body price, and I would not buy it at $1.5k either.

But, but, but... Wait: PL21L0D294843

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Not if they don't go through an insurance claim.
Yea I know, that's from the Federal or Insurance Industry talking head warning about all the flood cars that maybe appearing on the market after Hurricane Katrina & one of the many Texas floods. Basically she was explaining how water gets into every nook & cranny and causes rust & corrosion which will be a never ending nightmare for the unsuspecting consumer. Kind of makes you wonder as all the severely rotted out fairly late model vehicle's that I see on the 'Customer States' tube videos, I mean it's like how did a 4/5 year old vehicle's frame get so rotted out? Not to mention the biohazard aspect as flooding in major cities will include raw sewerage in the flood waters.


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