This partially restored 1966 Plymouth Fury III is a perfect example
of an early MOPAR performance machine. It is a rare classic, even
more noteworthy because of its 383/4-speed drivetrain
configuration. It has received a professional respray of Bright
Red, all original chrome/stainless is in excellent condition and
period correct American Racing wheels mount 14" Cooper radials.
(Rear fender skirts also included) The black vinyl interior is in
excellent original condition. There is a full set of factory gauges
plus Moon Equipped tachometer, wood-grain wheel and factory AM
radio. The Fury III is powered by a 383ci 'B-Wedge' that runs
strong. We do not have a detailed history of the engine, but it
certainly appears to be a factory 'Commando 383' install. These
motors were rated by Chrysler at 325hp and were the foundation of
the '68 Roadrunner. The wedge sits in a spotless engine compartment
and has nice chrome accessories including a pair of rare chrome
'Direct-Connection' valve covers from the early '70s MOPAR parts
bin. It retains most factory components, but the ignition system
has been upgraded to a total electronic unit in place of the
factory distributor. The 383 is backed by Chrysler's indestructible
'A-833' 4-speed manual transmission with Inland shifter. The Fury
is equipped with manual steering and power disc/drum brakes w/dual
master cylinder. Hoses, belts, battery and exhaust have all been
serviced. This is a rare Plymouth - a luxury muscle car and a bona
fide classic. The Fury III is correct and impressive. ALL VEHICLES
SOLD "AS IS".
1966 Plymouth Fury
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Bright Red
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