Hi Folks. I obtained a blue 1968 Fury III 2 DR Fast Top with a 318ci from the original owner around the holidays. I love the look of these cars - especially the front grille. Its the age old story of a garage find from a very sweet lady - the original owner. She took great care of the car and always garaged. Unfortunately it has sat still since 1999-2000. She would start the car occasionally for the next couple of years. Goal is to work on it with the kids (maybe) and have it on the road this spring. My goal is to get it road ready for the spring - so I am am reaching back to my youth when one could actually work on a car based on simple mechanics and share the journey as bring it back to life. That being said - I know all the rubber, hoses, belts, gaskets and fluids need to be replaced. Here is the order I am proceeding. 1. Engine; 2. Fuel System; 3. Brakes; 4. Suspension; 5. Body Weekend 1 - The Tow Home: Yep - buried in the previous owners garage, I cleared off the car, a quick tow home and now filling up my garage bay. It fits. Pics below. First order of business - the kids helped me vacuumed out the car. The interior is all original and like new. Of course the kids tested the seats. Yep - 4 teens across the bench seat. Stoked! They were amazed with how comfortable it was, with the bright chrome and the simplicity of all the switches. Their minds were blown when they "ROLLED" the windows and corner vents to open or close. We ended the night cleaning the front bumpers. (They found a hack on Pintrest to wash the bumpers with dawn soap, then spray white vinegar - let it sit a minute or two - then rub off with a ball of aluminum foil. It worked! - see photo). I think they did a great job. After the excitement, the selfies and checking out the work the next morning - off to school they went. Next - we will work to get the car started. I removed the 20 year old plugs and squirt some mystery oil into the spark plug holes and carburetor. I will let it soak for a while.....I will post later what happens next....hopefully the crank will turn over.