1956 Plymouth Fury Review
56 Fury, One Of The Greatest Cars I Owned — I fell in love with the car when I saw it at the Cleveland Auto Show in Feb,1956. Had to go to several dealers to get a dealer to order one for me, but I got #39 of the first 40 cars built in March, 1956. I owned it for four years until I traded it in on a new 1960 Ford Sunliner. The only thing I didn"t like about it was the upholstery. The gold metal thread in the seats caused them to rip. I had to have the front seats redone. I traded it in Lawton, Oklahoma at Jake Witsel Ford. I hope whoever got that car liked it as much as I did. By the way, I had it equipped with dual rear mount antennas, dual spot lights, a Hiway Hi Fi unit and lots of chrome under the hood. I sure would like to know if it still exists.
Pros: Performance, Style
Cons: Seat upholstery
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