1962 Plymouth Fury This car, in our opinion,is a $40,000 car, at this kind of price point we are firm and we are losing a considerable amount of money.... don't miss this one at this money Registered with Galen's Registry. Fender tag decoded by Galen's Tag Service, LLC. (please see pictures), the Galen Govier documentation will be presented to the buyer upon purchase of the vehicle. Part of the decoding information is as follows: A2 Torqueflite Automatic Transmission B4 361 CID 4 Barrel 305 HP V8 with dual exhaust This mean Cherry Red Fury has a matching interior and is set apart in having the 361-CID, 305 horsepower "Golden Commando" V8 engine that runs with a push-button automatic transmission. The car is very "Spartan" in its accessory offerings, suggesting the platform was primarily used for driving as fast as possible from stoplight to stoplight. Power steering, nice blackwall tires and color-coded steel wheels with 'dog dish' center caps all complete the vehicle. Plymouth proclaimed that no car in its price point could match the Fury's beauty, luxury, and excitement factor. Looking at this Fury, we think they were right!
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