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Sound And Fury — It was funny looking, check 1958 Fury on internet. The gas mileage was 6 to 8 mpg! And that was factory same as period tests. I got it cheap in 1965 ($125) With most of the upper engine in the trunk, it looked like a beige "Christine" but with a couple of hundred bucks and and lot of labor, it was running and quite fast. High 14's and would surprise stock GTO's with automatics. I found college and gas mileage forced me to let it go. One more I wish I could have kept.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Dual Carter AFB's and Isky cam

Cons: Gas mileage, and lack of knowledge and cash to take it further

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1958 Plymouth Station Wagon — Another of my Dad's cars which I drove during my "lear. ning to drive" years. We drove this car all over the western U.S. on many vacations: Yellowstone, World's Fair in Seattle, etc. in addition to many trips to the Malibu, Zuma, Santa Monica beaches.

Pros: Very roomy.  Good Power.  Very Cool Push Button Tranmission Selector

Cons: Had to wait about 5 minutes for the radio to warm up before we started to get music on KRLA.

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Room For Plenty Of Kids & Surfboards — 1958 Plymouth Station Wagon Another of my Dad's cars which I drove during my "learning to drive" years. We drove this car all over the western U.S. on many vacations: Yellowstone, World's Fair in Seattle, etc. in addition to many trips to the Malibu, Zuma, Santa Monica beaches.

Pros: Very roomy.  Good Power.  Very Cool Push Button Tranmission Selector

Cons: Had to wait about 5 minutes for the radio to warm up before we started to get music on KRLA.

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Reviews From Other Years

1978 Plymouth Fury Reviews

Its My Baby!! By Richard

Besides the dent in the passenger side, its an EXCELLENT running vehicle and it gets me from point A to B to C and back again. still runs very strong!! Very fun car to drive as well!! i recomend this ... Read More

My Sleeper By Jim

I loved the fact that it was ( at one time ) a Mi. State Police car. It had the 440 interceptor in it. I could cruise at a 100 mph all day, and never bother that motor. So was it fun to drive? Hell ye... Read More

1977 Plymouth Fury Reviews

Old Car But Still A Beauty By Tony

got it with 65000 miles and ive put almost a 100/k. its my baby. but will sell if mad ethe right offer. Read More

1975 Plymouth Fury Reviews

Sucks Gas And Hauls Ass By Shane

This car has great quality. Strong 318 motor, endless power, and great handling. I've had eight people in the car at one time comfy. Leg room in the front and in the back. It's a great car to drive. I... Read More

1974 Plymouth Fury Reviews

Can You Say....roscoe!!! By Elise

I LOVED this car soooo much. It was an old cop car from VA so it had great handling. It was baby blue in and out. I can't remeber the size of the engine, but it had incredible pick up and a FANTASTIC ... Read More

Tank! By Nicole

I had a navy blue one in 1983. Young and foolish - traded the 77 Mini for this boat. Couldn't afford the gas. Read More

1973 Plymouth Fury Reviews

Red Glory! By migration_judge_roy

BIG fleshy 70's Chrysler, with all the power amenities...that six way seat still kills me, as does the white, giant upholstry, installed 8-track player and ashtrays on the backseat and two in front. ... Read More

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