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Wow a 70 sport wagon! Cool! I guess I have a museum too...
There are a couple of cars in the restored form. And one not good coupe..
Unfortunately, it's more of a junk now. But the owner tries to improve everything.
20-25 years ago in Russia there were difficult times. And such machines are often just handed over to scrap: (((((Therefore, there are very few of them. Currently, the customs of old cars now is very expensive. About 5,7 euros per 1 cm3.
In Russia, another car is known Fury Sport 70, blue. Also in Belarus there are two cars, a wagon and a coupe. In the photo. These are all cars that are known in Russia. For us, this is a complete exclusive.
Welcome from the Keystone State. It would take serious passion to do a car with such challenges to get parts.
Yes, I understand that. But this is a very rare car for us. And I really like the fuselage. Currently, I am trying to find and bring a donor from the United States. This will speed up the work.
Now i have another car for fun trip. Ford LTD Crown Victoria, beige, 88, 5.0, good condition.
Today is day for anti-corrosion treatment of the carTransmissin oil+RustStop. How are cars treated in USA for corrosion protection?
I remember the b5 blue 70 Sport Fury S23.
It had a 361 installed (not original of course) when it was for sale in the US some years ago
Yes, 6 years ago, here's his story from the owner:
Бортжурнал Plymouth Fury Big Detroit Iron
2 years ago he sold it. The car went to Yekaterinburg. I don't know the current owner yet.
Some new fotos. Plymouth got up for the winter. Plans for the winter to make a new wiring and configure a good motor and carb.
Hi! Good news! I bought a donor and in 2 months I will have it!
Wow. Stephan your car has had quite the journey. Any pics of the transplanted Soviet engine? And best of luck on getting the parts car home.
you do know that the automatic adjuster lever, cable and cable shoe are missing correct?
great story. good luck with your new purchase.
When I bought the car, the engine from GAZ-24 and the box were already missing. There was only a cutout in the floor tunnel for the manual transmission. We made it and painted it.
Yes, you're right. But then I installed all the missing parts, all new from Raybestos.
I was glad that all the chrome was in place, trim and arches. And it is also possible that the interior is in good condition. The body doesn't interest me much. If the motor can be restored, it will be done. And the restored motor will replace my 318.