condition: good cylinders: 8 cylinders drive: rwd fuel: gas odometer: 86000 paint color: blue size: full-size title status: clean transmission: automatic type: sedan
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I have a nearly all-original 1966 Plymouth Fury I 2-door post car that has almost no rust. No rust in the body panels or the frame. There is a little in the trunk, but it is a very small area as well as a dent. It spent its whole life in the southern California area around San Gabriel and San Diego. The short list is what is on the car that is not original. It still has the original CertiCard on the radiator. The drivetrain is all there, running, but the engine wants to idle down until it just quits. It does have an NOS left rear taillight trim ring and a non-original black headliner that is not yet installed. I would try to sell it on a Mopar site and get the original color. SMS Automotive Fabric has all the interior for this car. I have the samples they sent me and they are all an exact match, including the windlass. It was originally a light blue all over, not this blue and white paint job you see now. The door, trunk(needs to be adjusted) and glove compartment locks work. The exhaust is not rusted out and the gas tank was cleaned-out and sealed (per the last owner). The tires hold air and it has new radiator fluid. It still wears the original dealership license plate ring from Lees Chrysler-Plymouth from San Gabriel. I would keep that on the car, as it is a piece of the cars original history. Lets make me an offer. A Poly 318 is good for north of 500 hp. Looking for a '73 Pierre Cardin AMX or a '71 Hornet S/C 360.
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