whats interchangeable with a 67 fury 3

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  1. B2fast87

    B2fast87 New Member

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    what car interior parts like carpet, seat covers, headliner's? would be interchangeable with a 67 fury 3. Was the Belvedere the same? Just wondering the options. I thought a 68 fury was different again.
     
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    '65-'68 C-bodies are generally the same, within their respective brands. Since you're in Canada, things can get a little "different" up there, compared to USA-spec cars, as to trim items and such. Even model names. Which-spec car do you have?

    In the USA-spec realm of things. in '67, for Plymouth, Fury III was on a 119" wheelbase, Dodge was 122" wheelbase, and Chrysler was 124" wheelbase. ALL C-body wagons were on the Dodge 122" wheelbase. By comparison, starting in '65, the "Belvedere" was a B-body car, whereas it had previously been the full-size Plymouth model just below "Fury" in the USA line-up.

    The USA 1967 and 1968 Fury are basically the same car, mechanically, with many main body parts which should interchange, but EACH model year has their respective differences. Differences which you can determine either with Google Image searches or by comparing them within the www.Hamtramck-historical.com website.

    Carpets would be pretty much the same with each of the two model years, but seat covers and interior trim/door panels would change each year, but physically go in the same places. Colors were pretty much the same, for those two model years.

    IF you can successfully navigate the Legendary Interiors website for the USA '67 Fury III, you can see what's available in "already sewn" seat covers, carpets, headliners, etc. Somewhat pricey, it seems, but "legendary" quality and correctness. Auto Custom Carpets used to be the source for carpets sold by other restoration interior companies, not sure about now, though. There are some threads in here about carpet fitment and sources. There are a few other sources for carpets and headliners than those mentioned, at generally lower costs, typically.

    As for seat cover "roll goods" upholstery fabrics/vinyls, SMS is the well-known supplier, BUT there have been issues with their response time to inquiries and orders. Once you determine what is needed from them, get it THEN rather than later. Reason? From my short experience in the drapery business, mills produce their fabrics in batches on huge rolls, which they then ship to their customers for distribution. The die lots CAN vary with even the same-spec fabric, from "lot" to "lot", by observation. Not much, but not the perfect match that might be desired. SO, get it in "months" rather than "years", by observation and the comments of others who have waited a good while since they got an accurate sample of what they wanted, but purchased later. BTAIM

    Enjoy!
    CBODY67
     
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    Its a 67 fury 3 119 wheel base, 2 door hard top. Need to do the headliner and carpet, seats are OK but might as well do them since they are out.
    Thanks for the info.
     
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    Great information! Can you advise which supplier has the most accurate arm rests and sun visors? I need these replacement for my 67 Fury III.