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This one happens to be EA9. Later build Sales Bank car.
Odd. The colour chips only show EA9 in the Dodge/Chrysler/Imperial colour charts, but not the Plymouth.
I know it doesn't show available in the brochure for the 1970 Fury lineup. But that's what it is coded for.
And yes, it would look much better in that colour with the white interior.
OK, here is the FB ad. The ad say "all original" -- right...
@Beep Beep Dave -- can you please post the fender tag or the build sheet, since you seem to have it?
Edit: @Tobias74 just posted the tag for PH23T0D309963. Very late build (7/24/1970). EA9 indeed -- not just the body but the top as well. Who on earth would repaint an EA9 no-vinyl GT in white and add a black vinyl top?!
It was all white vinyl bench seat.
It didn't have a vinyl top originally according to the tag. This car is getting less original with every post.
It is not an original centre console car I don’t see the C16 code on the fendertag,
Is a cool car but not for the price of $25000cad.
I would say maybe $10000cad if someone doesn’t care about original and just wants at as a driver. I’m sure there is a fair amount of bondo on this Fury.
I know there isn't much love here for Galen Govier, but he lists
EA9 1969 & 1970 Dark Gray Metallic.
H4XW High grade trim, vinyl split bench with center armrest, white and black.
EW1 is upper door frame, alpine white
This was a cool looking car with no vinyl top, in dark gray metallic with white interior.
Engine code E85 is not HP. This is a late 1970 car. 1st 2 promo cars 1971 GT also came E85, non-HP. Maybe we're seeing a trend that Chrysler decided to reverse later in 1971.
you couldnt get the 440HP in a 70 fury GT, you got either the standard T code 350hp or the optional 390 hp440 6 pack
I think the photos Tobias posted answers the question, not who but why..
you don´t need the fender tag to see that this car has had a repaint. And it just
needs this picture to realize it´s not a good one. Oversprayed gap tells the story.
I think inspecting this in person will scare many people off
As noted in the post on the other 70 GT for sale, basket case GT's have sold for 5 figures so the price might be a bit high but it looks like it's a good driver so if you are looking for a driver, with some negotiations this might be a good buy depending upon the results of an inspection of the paint and body work.
In 1970, Sport Fury's did not get white bucket seats at all unfortunately.
I'm a repair-and-preserve guy, not a restoration guy, so a car like this would work for me.
I actually like the black cloth and the tuxedo look it made, and like the Charger/Monaco console with armpad (hopefully they put the correct steering column in).
Gray exterior would be nice but I could live with the white.
All the underhood stuff could be perked up over a few weekends.
The dutchman seams are just a dremel cleanup and pencil-brush of white Rusto for me - I can live with those scars.
But these cracks, esp the one in the middle, would make me really nervous, even for a car that would only get wet when washed.