plymouth fury 3 1969

0-60 mph 8.5 sest. In a legendary forehead-slapping moment, I passed on buying what may have been the nicest, original 1969 Plymouth Fury III sedan in the country. Reply. The Sport Fury had all these features, plus bucket seats or a split bench with center armrest, and the VIP was top of the line with unique trim and a plusher interior. Register in the USERZONE, share real world car performance results, show us your car, All Makes in automobile-catalog / VIN Check, detailed car history by VIN, Photo of the moment:1970 Dodge Polara Custom 4-Door Sedan 383 V-8 4-bbl. L – Fury II The Fury was initially offered as Fury I, II, III, Sport Fury and VIP, progressively offering more luxury options. Better coverage built for classics at a price you can afford. The 318 was now the only engine. 0-1 km 30.6 sest. We and our partners share information on your use of this website to help improve your experience. The radio had the goofy thumb wheels, mine didn’t work so I had an under dash 8 track for entertainment. It has a 230-hp 318 V8 according to the VIN and the seller has it listed as a 318, also. I didn’t really care, I was only 19, a PFC stationed at FtCarson CO. The automobile-catalog.com website is only for the on-line view using the internet browser. Images are general in nature and may not reflect the specific vehicle selected. I'vebeen having fun drivingit all over town, strong running 318 engine with torque flight auto trans. Only 61 Sport Fury GTs were built with a 440-cid “Six Pack” motor. TorqueFlite (Photo: © FCA). Clean it good and have some fun , I put my Mark Worman autopsy report glasses on and tried to read the fender tag…I could not figure out if it’s a II or III either…this could be a fun project for the money…. Oct 30, 2020 at 5:56pm. 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Under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, the content, organization, graphics, design, compilation, magnetic, translation, digital conversion and other matters related to the automobile-catalog.com site (including ProfessCars™ and automobile-catalog.com™) are protected under applicable copyrights, trademarks and other proprietary (including but not limited to intellectual property) rights. eval(ez_write_tag([[580,400],'barnfinds_com-medrectangle-3','ezslot_2',134,'0','0'])); We have other clues as to whether this is a Fury II or Fury III by looking at things such as the wheel trim and being a hardtop four-door sedan which wasn’t available on a Fury II, so I’m pretty sure that it’s a III. 0-1 km 30.5 sest. equipped with a 440 police interceptor I have no room. had that floaty big car ride that everyone Click here to get it featured on the homepage instead. Complete transmission data: gear ratios, final drive, etc. 0-1 km 30.1 sest. Please see below. 3 speed)as offered for the year 1969 since September 1968 in North America. 0-1/4 mile 17.1 sest. I’m not normally one for “patina” but I would leave the body as is (for now at least) and have fun with it. I’m not sure what condition things are in overall because there aren’t many interior photos and unfortunately, there is no engine photo. A friend of mine named Bob Dwyer owned one of these in red. - click the button below: Inside and outside dimensions, turning circle, track, trunk, cargo volume, frontal and drag area, capacities, etc. The commercial copying, redistribution, use or publication by you of any such matters or any part of this site is strictly prohibited. O – V.I.P. 0-1 km 31.6 sest. Fury I models were mostly sold as fleet vehicles, with no side trim and plain upholstery. 3) in 1969 the model with 4-door hardtop sedan body and V-8 6286 cm3 / 383.6 cui engine size, 216 kW / 294 PS / 290 hp (SAE gross) offered since September 1968 for North America . Trim and interior tell me this is a Fury III. In 1965, Chrysler returned the Fury to the new, full-size Chrysler C-body platform. 0-100 km/h 8.8 s, 1969 Ford Fairlane Custom 5-Litre V8 4-speed (ZC) Australia 190 km/h / 118 mphest. I had a ’68 Convertible. 0-1/4 mile 16.9 sest. 0-100 km/h 10 s, 1969 Valiant Regal V-8 TorqueFlite Australia 175 km/h / 109 mphest. Full size Furys had options such as automatic transmissions, power steering, white sidewall tires (along with full wheel covers), stereo radios, vinyl tops, and air conditioning. Like replacing the simple 3speed with a nice 4speed and nice 440/4 brl, out of a wreaked in the rear Road Runner another Corporal in a nearby Company was rear ended in by a snow plow!! Or subscribe without commenting. 1960 Plymouth Fury . - click the button below: Check:1969 Plymouth Fury III 4-Door Hardtop Commando 383 V8 TorqueFlite Horsepower/ Torque Curve, Check:1969 Plymouth Fury III 4-Door Hardtop Commando 383 V8 TorqueFlite car fluids (oil and coolant) capacities, Gearbox:Chrysler TorqueFliteTransmission type:automatic Number of gears:3 Complete transmission data: gear ratios, final drive, etc. I put a ton of miles on it, no issues, terrific American hardware. Then, after the Fury’s NoDak stint, it apparently moved to Wisconsin and has been stored indoors for the last 14 years. See in 1974, I bought a Fury I Hardtop Sedan, that came with a three on the tree, 318, AM radio, power steering and power brakes, disks in front, that also came with a tow package, that also included a no ice 3:55 Trac Loc rear. The 21-model, 6 series lineup remained about the same, but the S-23 was discontinued and only 375 Sport Fury GTs were produced. Great cars! Quick access to automobile-catalog website - type in a browser: The most efficient way to navigate through our huge database and compare cars side by side is the interface located on the, Catalogue of 610 car makes & manufacturers. That’s what was throwing me off, but I’ve been wrong maybe once or twice before (cough) (crickets). The following versions and sub-models of Plymouth Fury 4-Door Hardtop (III) were available in 1969: 1969 Plymouth Fury III 4-Door Hardtop 318 V8 (man. 0-1 km 31.7 sest. Second letter of the VIN number tells the trim level…Low, Medium, or High. I bought this car a couple months ago runs and drives great. In 1970 I purchased a Gran Fury w/383, loved the body style I upgraded to an Chrysler Imperial in ’72. - click the button below:Check:1969 Plymouth Fury III 4-Door Hardtop Commando 383 V8 TorqueFlite Horsepower/ Torque CurveCheck:1969 Plymouth Fury III 4-Door Hardtop Commando 383 V8 TorqueFlite car fluids (oil and coolant) capacities, Plymouth Commando V-8 383 based on Chrysler B-series V-8, 89 watt/kg / 40 watt/lb (estimated by a-c), 11.2 kg/kW / 8.3 kg/PS / 18.4 lbs/hp (estimated by a-c). 0-100 km/h 8.9 s, 1969 Mercury Montego 4-Door Sedan 302-2V V-8 North America U.S.187 km/h / 116 mphest. Fury I models were mostly sold as fleet vehicles, with no side trim and plain upholstery. 0-100 km/h 9.2 s, 1969 Ford Fairlane 500 5-Litre V8 4-speed (ZC) Australia 190 km/h / 118 mphest. The 383-cid V-8 was dropped and most Furys carried 318-cid V-8s, with a handful of slant-six and 440 V-8s installed. car when he put it up for sale in ’76. 1969 Plymouth Fury. Fury II’s didn’t have the trim panel between the taillights, or the badge on the front fender. 0-60 mph 9.7 sest. - Specifications Table. 3 speed)as offered for the year 1969 since September 1968 in North America Production/sales period of cars with this particular specs:September 1968 - September 1969Modelyears:1969 Country of origin:USA United States Make:PlymouthModel:Fury 5th generation 1969-1973Submodel:Fury 4-Door Hardtop (III) 1969-1973Optional equipment:EEC segmentation:E (executive cars)Subsegment:E-1 (executive sedans)Class:full-size / executive carBody style:hardtop sedanDoors:4Traction:RWD (rear- wheel drive) Basic dimensionsLength:5448 mm / 214.5 inWidth:2022 mm / 79.6 inHeight:1400 mm / 55.1 inHeight with roof rails or antenna: Wheelbase:3048 mm / 120 in Claimed EPA passenger volume: Calculated EPA passenger volume:110.9 cu ft Fuel capacity:91 liter / 24.1 U.S. gal / 20 imp. without speed governor). Notify me of new comments via email. What dimensions ? In the event of a claim, the guaranteed value(s) on your policy declarations page is the amount your vehicle(s) is covered for, even if the value displayed here is different. or to add this car to comparison - click one of the buttons below: simulation based on the European type of traffic. Don't post your car for sale in the comments. Makes me sad. 0-1/4 mile 17 sest. 1969 Plymouth Fury Pictures: See 35 pics for 1969 Plymouth Fury. Markets, where cars with this particular specifications were sold: Engine manufacturer:Plymouth Commando V-8 383 based on Chrysler B-series V-8Engine type:spark-ignition 4-strokeFuel type:gasoline (petrol)Fuel system:carburetorCharge system:naturally aspiratedValves per cylinder:2Valves timing:Additional features:Carter 2-barrel OHV Emission control:Emission standard:Cylinders alignment:V 8Displacement:6286 cm3 / 383.6 cuiWhat power? This 1969 Plymouth Fury 3 Snapper has a V8 318 automatic transmission. I had a ’67 Fury III convertible. The seller says that the car runs and drives but it needs brake work and probably a general cleaning of the fuel system and it most likely needs other work. Top speed: 0-60 mph (sec):0-100 km/h (sec):0-1/4 mile (sec):0-1 km (sec):Fuel consumption: ECE 90/120/city (comb. extra-urban / city / highway / average combined: If you refer to the information from this website, please always indicate www.automobile-catalog.com as a source, with the appropriate link.To view table with complete performance data and technical specifications (including final drive and gear ratios, powertrain description, dimensions, accelerations chart etc.) So, now that we’ve firmly (?) 3) in 1969. In ’69 and ’70 there wasn’t much to choose from in a Fury unless you were willing to step all of the way up to a B or RB engine, and if you did you were then approaching the cost of a Chrysler Newport, which shared the showroom at most Plymouth dealerships, so most dealers stocked Furys with the 318. If it would have been a VIP edition with power windows, I would not have been mentally or physically able to pass on it. I think it was a 383 but this was a long time ago. RULES: No profanity, politics, or personal attacks. Except as expressly authorized by automobile-catalog.com, you agree not to copy, modify, rent, lease, loan, sell, assign, distribute, perform, display, license, reverse engineer or create derivative works based on the Site or any Content available through the Site. 0-100 km/h 9.9 s, 1969 Mercury Montego MX 4-Door Sedan 302-2V V-8 North America U.S.187 km/h / 116 mphest. 0-60 mph 9.5 sest. CC-397097 . 0-1 km 31.5 sest. 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Actually, the 1969 Fury was – The car pictured in the article is a 1969 Fury and does not even come close to a Cop Car Interior nor does it have Unity Spot lights mounted on the windshield A Pillars. 1969 Plymouth Fury . I really like the look and presence of this era Fury. The 1971 Fury models remained the same basic shape, with a fussier grille. 0-60 mph 8.4 sest. They are great cars, lousy instrument panel switching equipment, meaning cheap, as well as door hardware. The Fury was relatively unchanged for 1970, excepting the addition of a loop front bumper, a massive rear bumper, and hood bulges with turn signals in them. Whew, I need a nap, or a drink – or both. 0-100 km/h 10.3 s, 1969 Ford Fairlane Custom 5-Litre V8 Cruisomatic (ZC) Australia 186 km/h / 116 mphest. Attn: Dave your comment about Vin Number you state refers to 1968 Plymouth Fury. You can see dents and dings and some rust and what appears to be a removed vinyl top so there’s a lot of work to do. I was playing music a lot back then and Not sure of the exact mileage, speedo says 88,719. Considering how many Plymouth Furys were sold between 1969 and 1973, surprisingly few are left. 0-1/4 mile 16.6 sest. E – Fury I The same class cars with similar kind of fuel, power and type of transmission: 1969 Mercury Montego MX 4-Door Sedan 351-4V V-8 Select-Shift Automatic North America U.S.5.8-litre / 352 cui 216 kW / 294 PS / 290 hp (SAE gross), 1969 Mercury Montego 4-Door Sedan 351-4V V-8 Select-Shift Automatic North America U.S.5.8-litre / 352 cui 216 kW / 294 PS / 290 hp (SAE gross), 1969 Ford Fairlane 500 5.8-Litre V8 Cruisomatic (ZC) Australia 5.8-litre / 352 cui 216 kW / 294 PS / 290 hp (SAE gross), 1969 Ford Custom 2-door Sedan 390 V-8 Cruise-O-Matic North America U.S.6.4-litre / 390 cui 198 kW / 269 PS / 265 hp (SAE gross), 1969 Ford Custom 4-door Sedan 390 V-8 Cruise-O-Matic North America U.S.6.4-litre / 390 cui 198 kW / 269 PS / 265 hp (SAE gross), 1969 Ford Custom 500 4-door Sedan 390 V-8 Cruise-O-Matic North America U.S.6.4-litre / 390 cui 198 kW / 269 PS / 265 hp (SAE gross), 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 4-door Sedan 390 V-8 Cruise-O-Matic North America U.S.6.4-litre / 390 cui 198 kW / 269 PS / 265 hp (SAE gross). unmarked supervisor’s car for the Illinois With so many variants, virtually every body style was available on one trim or another. Any thoughts? Copyright. Get both manufacturer and user submitted pics. Man could that big car take bumps! But I could take 4 friends in comfort with all our stuff camping and stuff! galDrag coefficient (Cw-Wert): Cd claimed:Cd estimated by a-c:0.5Inside and outside dimensions, turning circle, track, trunk, cargo volume, frontal and drag area, capacities, etc.

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