NOT MINE 1970 PLYMOUTH FURY III Convertible - Copart

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This is going up for auction on Copart in Rochester, NY https://www.copart.com/lot/52658032/1970-plymouth-fury-iii-ny-rochester

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440 with disc brakes and A/C. Looks to have a single exhaust?

Dave
 
Listing shows burn engine? Looking at this on my phone, am I missing something?
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Stuck engine or not, a lot to like there.
Not sure I've seen a fury with keystones, I like it.
 
I will watch the auction when it comes up if no one else does.Curious to see what it will go for.
 
I will watch the auction when it comes up if no one else does.Curious to see what it will go for.
Sounds good, I don't know about you guys but I cringe every time I see Copart pick up a nice car with a forklift!
 
Sold this am last I saw was 5500. Tried to bid but they wanted a broker meh. Anybody see the end results?
 
Sold this am last I saw was 5500. Tried to bid but they wanted a broker meh. Anybody see the end results?
I missed it as well but it was at $6600 at the start of the live auction. If you really want to know what it sold for there are a couple sites on the web that record these salvage auctions and they log the final bids on almost all cars. It's not free but I don't think it costs too much.
 
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