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  1. Beep Beep Dave

    Beep Beep Dave Senior Member

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    This one happens to be EA9. Later build Sales Bank car.

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    300rag Waiting out the storm FCBO Gold Member

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    Odd. The colour chips only show EA9 in the Dodge/Chrysler/Imperial colour charts, but not the Plymouth.
     
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    Beep Beep Dave Senior Member

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    I know it doesn't show available in the brochure for the 1970 Fury lineup. But that's what it is coded for.

    Dave
     
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    300rag Waiting out the storm FCBO Gold Member

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    And yes, it would look much better in that colour with the white interior.
     
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    ayilar Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    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?!
     
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  6. Tobias74

    Tobias74 Well-Known Member FCBO Gold Member

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    It was all white vinyl bench seat.
     
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    It didn't have a vinyl top originally according to the tag. This car is getting less original with every post.
     
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  9. Tobias74

    Tobias74 Well-Known Member FCBO Gold Member

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    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.
     
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  10. 1970FuryConv

    1970FuryConv Senior Member

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    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.
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  11. marko

    marko Well-Known Member FCBO Gold Member

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    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
     
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    polara71 Old Man with a Hat

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    I think the photos Tobias posted answers the question, not who but why..
     
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    Marv Wannabe C-body owner FCBO Gold Member

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    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
     
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  14. FURYGT

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    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.
     
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    Wollfen Old Man with a Hat

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    In 1970, Sport Fury's did not get white bucket seats at all unfortunately.
     
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  16. fury fan

    fury fan Senior Member

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    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.
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