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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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These made-in-the-USA seals fit your 1962-65 B-Body convertible, including the '62 Dodge Dart 440, Polara and Polara 500, '63-'64 Dodge 440 (Canadian), Polara and Polara 500 and '65 Dodge Coronet 440 and Coronet 500; plus '62 -'64 Plymouth Fury /Sport Fury ...

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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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On The Road: Good reads for gearheads Next up is The Art of Mopar: Chrysler, Dodge, and Plymouth Muscle Cars by Tom Glatch with photographs by Tom Loeser. Also a 224-page book, The Art of Mopar shines a light on some of the most interesting go-fast cars of the 1960s and early 1970s. Glatch

Highlights from the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals! These included a gorgeous 1970 Buick Skylark GS Stage 1 convertible own by former NHRA Pro Stock World Champ Jason Line, a 1968 Pontiac Firebird Ram Air II own by Mark Weymouth, an ultra 1971 Plymouth Sport Fury GT, a pair of original 1969 Ford Mustang

The SplitRay 1966 Corvette Breaks New Ground for C2 Coupes A number of cool cars passed through his hands eventually, including a '62 Falcon Sprint with a 289ci V-8, '63 Plymouth Sport Fury, '62 Galaxie 500 and '69 Camaro. While they were all hopped-up and held their own on the streets, it was the sight and

10-Second 1963 Plymouth: The PERFECT Mix Of Street & Strip! He was enjoying the Sport Fury on the street, driving to shows, morning coffee get-togethers, and weekend cruises, but he was still paying close attention to improvements in the performance industry. By 2011, Ronald decided to take the next step and

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