1973 Plymouth Fury Review
Red Glory! — 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. Motor was Giant, and certainly more power than my sister could handle...really too much car for what we needed it for.
Primary Use: Commuting to work
Pros: cavernous chrysler! six way power seats were fun to play with as a kid. white vinyl interior still had that "eldorado" seventies feel
Cons: had an oil leak, my sister did not know what to do, timing chain was stretched, sister backed it thru my opposing neighbors garage door and tried to deny it....forensic evidence roasted her goose alright!
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