In 1969, the Plymouth Fury did two things very well: It made for a badass cop car alongside it’s Dodge Polara twin, and it was the kind of car Dad bought if he was a Mopar guy and wanted to get a big highway cruiser cheaper than a Newport or New Yorker. Plymouth had always held on as the value brand at Chrysler, but the Fury, which had been a top-of-the-line trim package ever since it’s debut in 1956, had been segregated into three lines by 1969: Fury I, the fleet/stripped car, Fury II, the midpack, and Fury III, the high-end car.
This particular 1969 Fury III is about as stripped as it got. Ordered as a two-door hardtop, this Fury is packing a Slant Six and a three-on-the-tree. It doesn’t get any more basic than that, folks. The car appears to just be a bit dusty but complete and unrestored. Since nothing appears to be missing from the engine bay, I’ll assume that the Slant Six starts and runs just fine. The body and interior look great for a 45-year-old car with 129,000-ish miles on the clock, and just about everything appears to be in place (I’ll assume that a hubcap or two are in the trunk.)
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