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First Car Fond Memories — With a 318 and 2 bbl, and a 727 auto trans, she could move pretty good. Even better when I put the 4 bbl on. Braking was fair at best, even with power brakes, the front brakes were drums. She could power slide quite well, and the old bias ply tires squeaked like nothing else. Even after ramping her a few dozen times, there were few rattles, leaks or poorly closing doors. Boxy, but nice looking. Immediately after getting the car from my dad, who had bought it new in 1968, I cut out and replaced the bottom of the rear quarter panels, using rivets, then applying bondo, primer and paint. looked pretty good for my first body work. Boy the good times I had in that car.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Near bullet proof, despite having been driven half way to hell and back!

Cons: The last months of ownership, the electrical started getting iffy, brake lights would randomly blow fuses, and the voltage re4gulater would fail at least once a month.

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Great Car,someone Would Have To Have Big Bucks To Get My 68 Fury — She is a very nice crusier,won alot of trophies in my class,Love the fasttop,roomy,comfortable,turns like a dream and I get alot of thumps up.Braking is just fine,so-so acceleration,handles like a dream.Appearance: LOVE IT. Maintenance:LOW, Fun factor: HIGH she is a fun car to drive ,she loves the interstate.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Style,comfort,good looks,roomy.Love her,great car

Cons: Need bigger motor, I only use her for shows but a bigger moter would be nice.thats it

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I Love My Fury Iii — i love my fury III, it may not be the sportiest or the most economical ar even the best built car on the road but it has somthing that new cars just dont. it spacious and o so comfortable, its like driving a sofa. there are seat belts for 6 prople and you could probly fit 5 more in the trunk. the 318 engine is solid and with a new magnaflow exhaust it sounds fantastic. it is not at all inconspicuous however, everywhere i go i get noticed so there is no sneaking around. it is my daily driver and has all original paint and interrior and 79000 miles on the clock. it has never broken down or even hinted that it might, it has run out of gas before though. unlike a chevy parts arent incredibly cheap or easy to find. a new washer bottle is $65, and a new fuel sending unit nearly $100. about double what comperable GM parts are. the highway milage is respectable for a car (and engine) of its size. overall it is a fun car to own and drive if you have a place big enough to park it.

Pros: style, charecter, spaciousness, power,

Cons: not fun in small spaces, hard to find inexpensive parts,

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Top Of The Line Cruiser — perfect car to go out cruising in...rides super freaking soft...i can steer it with my pinky finger its so smooth

Pros: smooth,got some power,great on the interstate,25-30mpg

Cons: doesn't exactly have good styling but i like it

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1968 Plymouth Fury Iii — The '68 is a monster of a car, its big, nice two door, has a nice hearty rumble, its comfortable and supizingly menoverable. It's only got a litle 318, with the 727 Troque Flight tranny but is only got 62,000 miles on it.

Pros: you can't hardly beat Mopars from the 60's on style

Cons: Mopars are very different from Fords and Chevy's and the parts are more expensive.

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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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