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1960 Plymouth Fury
1960 Plymouth Fury

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Posted by GlenEllyn at 6:55 pm (PST) on Thu March 4, 2021   
One of my favorite "flashy" cars.  Especially the convertible model.
Posted by Alan at 12:51 pm (PST) on Tue February 7, 2012   
Tommy is correct. I had a '60 Fury that I bought for 500 bucks when I was in college in '65. What a car! The only problem I had with it was that the D button on the pushbutton transmission would sometimes go all the way in and fall behind the dash. I had to keep a screwdriver handy to take the panel off and retrieve the button. I drove it for two years until I bought my first new car, a "67 Barracuda Formula S. I wish I still had it!
Posted by SUBSURF at 11:13 pm (PDT) on Fri June 24, 2011   
Christine was an excellent movie. The only sad thing about it was that they Totally DESTROYED at least 7 1958 Furys to make it. Collectors were up in arms even then way back 18 years ago.

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from IMDB.COM:
There were 13 or 16 (depending on source) Belvederes/Furys smashed in the making of the movie (out of the roughly 25 used during filming), but it is unknown whether they were 1957 or 1958 models, or a combination. In any event, Plymouth enthusiasts were infuriated,,


btw: THAT'S 59 SHOWN ABOVE, Here's a 1958:
Posted by paktype at 4:29 pm (PDT) on Fri June 24, 2011   
The Stephen King novel "Christine" featured a '58 Plymouth Fury. The movie version car looked similar to this one.

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