August 11, 2020
I’m one of those guys who goes to a lot of car shows/cruise nights every summer (well, maybe not so much this year). And while I’m there, as the myriad of Tri-Fives, T-Birds, and the like gather large, admiring crowds (not that there’s anything wrong with that), you can usually find me admiring something out of the ordinary, like this 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury. This one, with its whitewall tires, custom wheel covers with spinner hubs, and removable rear fender skirts, looks like it just pulled out of the showroom. It’s even sporting a period-correct NY World’s Fair license plate. At this point in time, things like a radio and a rear window defogger were still extra-cost options, but every Sport Fury came with front and rear armrests with ash receivers(!) in the rear. Saw this one at a Friday cruise night in Medina.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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