Now that I've made my official introduction, here's the thread documenting the resto of my 1967 Fury III station wagon. It was found in Oregon by a friend of mine (I believe on Craiglist), so maybe some of you will have already seen it. I found the ad back via another site: http://www.2040-cars.com/Plymouth/G...ne-passenger-wagon-with-great-patina-1139561/ I am selling a !967 Plymouth Fury III Nine Passenger Wagon. The car has a 383 big block backed by an automatic transmission. The car was originally purchased in the Redmond Oregon area and spent its entire existence in that area. The previous owner to me bought the car in 1988. He then drove it to his property in the Prineville Oregon area parked it and never drove it again. The car had been sitting in the same spot for 26 years until I purchased it recently. Her is what I know. The front end has some damage. The hood, grill, cowl, filler valance, one headlight bezel and the hood latch bracket have all been damaged. I believe the filler valance and the bracket as well as the cowl can all be repaired and used. The hood may also be possibly saved to protect the original patina of the car. I have had the motor running and it sounds good. The brakes are currently inoperable. The gauges and lights all seem to work. The factory a/c components are all there but I'm sure it will need serviced. The interior needs a complete restoration with the exception of the third seat which looks as if has never been sat in. The glass is all good with no cracks or chips, all the windows roll up and down, even the power rear window. There is no rust in the floors or body panels. The spare tire well has 4 pin holes and a thin area of surface rust on the inside of the tail gate. I would consider this car rust as rust free as it could get. I have described the vehicle as best as possible. If you have any questions or would like more pics please contact me. As I found out, it was originally part of the 'Charles Kee collection', which was discussed on this very site some time ago : http://www.forcbodiesonly.com/mopar...ard-Up-For-Sale-In-Oregon!!&highlight=charles http://moparblog.com/charles-kee-collection-in-brothers-oregon/ Charles Kee was apparently a car collector/hoarder that had amassed several hundred cars on his property in Brothers, Oregon. A lot were sold during the years (mainly A and B-bodies I think), and only the less popular C-Bodies remained ? When he died, they were all auctioned off. http://www.forcbodiesonly.com/mopar-forum/showthread.php?11488-None-of-Them-Went-With-Him http://murphyauction.com/Auction/Details/578 The funny thing is that, even though I have pictures of the car in the yard, it was not part of the auction. The 66 that was parked next to it was, so I suppose some fl!pper bought it between the day the pictures were taken and the day of the auction.