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1971 Plymouth FuryReview
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This A Very Different Car Have To See To Believe — I love everything about this car the only thing this car dosen't have that it show's it could have in the owner's manule. Also have the origanal title to the car. It showed in the owner's manual that you could have got it with power window's & power trunk

Pros: Car look's & run's great.

Cons: dosent get good gas millage. LOL

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1971 Plymouth Fury Review
demetrius says:
I owned a 71 Plymouth fury gran coupe with a 383 brown with the black paisley roof brown vinyl and paisley interior being a C body it was a big car about 18ft long 6ft wide car had plenty of power and great acceleration. Definitely a muscle car but because it was a 4door it was considered a family car but I believe it only had 300hp and 0-60 in 8.5 seconds. Because of the leaf spring rear suspension the car handled great in a straight line but didnt corner very well. I loved my fury it sounded great very aggressive but because of the emissions crap they put on it didnt have as much power as it shouldve. The interior was just as roomy as my 66 Cadillac the trunk of the Fury had plenty of room. But between my 66 Cadillac and my 71 Fury gran coupe I would pick the Cadillac for its power, comfort and style. With that being said if my Fury was a GT with the 440ci engine I would rethink my decision. I would still buy a Fury again depending on sub model and engine.
vs1966 Cadillac DeVille
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Looks/Style Ranked 1966 Cadillac DeVille better.
"More chrome more style in the front end."
Family Car Ranked 1966 Cadillac DeVille better.
"More power, more comfortable ride."
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