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To jar your memory: Sundance, Valiant, Acclaim, Laser, Neon, Breeze, Accolade, Voyager, PT Cruiser, Gran Fury, Conquest, Barracuda, Reliant, Road Runner, Superbird You just had to go there John. My brother had a Duster and I had the Horizon. I...

oldman says: 1958 Plymouth Fury Sport coupe. Probably the most impressive looking Plymouth ever made. Of course I'm particular to my 1967 Plymouth GTX factory dragster too. Stripped down with a 426 fully...

Tommy’s Favorite Classic Mopar Muscle Cars

It seems my parents always had great vehicles when I was growing up. Mom had several nice coupes and Dad had some really cool pickup trucks. The car that Mom had that stands out in my memory was a 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury. This car was the epitome of style and muscle that was so popular in the 1960s. I believe this was the first car I ever drove. I was just tall enough to see over...

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The photos directly above and below demonstrate some of the ... There were Chrysler Cordobas, Ford Thunderbirds, Mercury Cougars, Dodge Diplomats and even a Chevrolet Camaro or two. Some of these units were good honest used cars and others were of ...

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1962 Plymouth Sport Fury and Dodge Polara 500 and the 1963 Chrysler. The independent automakers hit a couple of home runs with the 1956 Rambler at AMC and 1963 Studebaker Avanti in South Bend. Following those wonderful years, a few other cars ...

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Cruise-in unites community, veterans in common passion MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — The main parking lot at the VA Medical Center shined bright in paint and chrome from a hundred sport and muscle cars, street rods, vintage Detroit autos and trucks lined up for Saturday's annual Country Roads Car Club Cruise-in.

Wood you believe it? The greatest 'woodie wagons' With the market moving away from the giant full-size station wagons, Plymouth had downsized the Fury Sport to the smaller B-Body platform. A key party trick for the Fury Sport Suburban was a three-way tailgate. Not only could the rear window be

Wheels and Waffles car show to pull into Big E grounds Dave Hrrop of Granby and his 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury at a past Wheels and Waffles car show at the Eastern States Exposition. Dave Hrrop of Granby and his 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury at a past Wheels and Waffles car show at the Eastern States Exposition.

The 1964 Plymouth Savoy was plain, but fast Yes, this was not the Plymouth Savoy I remember my friend Howard Hunze's dad driving back and forth to Shell Oil Company's Wood River plant back in my high school days. This monster is powered by a built, Chrysler Hemi, which produces an amazing 668 

The Spirit of '76: A Big Country Requires a Big Wagon, Like This Plymouth Gran Fury In the mid-1970s, with sport-utility vehicles and vans still operating on the fringes of the market, the station wagon was the vehicle of choice for motoring through great swaths of this great land. And, as far as size was concerned, 1976 was the high

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