NOT MINE 1971 Plymouth Fury Gran Coupe - $5,000 - Oceanside, California

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1971 Plymouth Fury Gran Coupe - $5,000 - Oceanside, California

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1971 Plymouth Fury Gran Coupe with a 360 LA engine with 38k miles original engine and transmission. I am selling the car be I I plan to move out of state and can’t bring it with me. I have a clean title on hand, and a plethora of replacement parts that need to be installed for the car. 5000$ OBO
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Looks like a pleasant neighborhood.

5K seems 2K too high for a 360 with lots of missing parts. And it's brown.

I wonder what the plethora of parts is.
 

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That's just my opinion. I"m truly just learning these C's and would like to be corrected if I'm wrong.
The fury's seem to hold a higher value than the dodge's and the chryslers.
 

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I would say it is high money. I passed on this big block car in similar shape. It did not run.
This was over a year ago. I was willing to pay the money but it did not push me over. It was for sale for a while. If it was the other roof line I would not have passed no question. Or if I had a great deal of storage space. I would have got it running and moved it along. Or used it as a donor for a standard roof car.
 

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That's just my opinion. I"m truly just learning these C's and would like to be corrected if I'm wrong.
The fury's seem to hold a higher value than the dodge's and the chryslers.

No, you're right. Price is way too high, unless that plethora of parts includes some really good NOS goodies, but I kind of doubt that's the case.

Based on the photos, it's a $2000 dollar car, especially out west, in the land of rust free cars.

If it was a Fury III with the 23 style roof instead of the 29, it would be worth a bit more. That formal roof is a deal killer for a lot of potential buyers.

Jeff
 
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