August 29, 2021
This 1969 Plymouth Fury III sat smack dab in the middle of the full-size Plymouth lineup, between the lower-priced Fury I and Fury II, and the more expensive Sport Fury and VIP. Comparing it to other offerings from Detroit, Plymouth called the Fury III “… a car with greater glass curvature, with smooth new lines that are well defined yet soft as a Grecian urn.” Of the convertible, they mentioned the glass rear window, “…which won’t scratch or turn yellow like those plastic jobs.” Saw this one last month in Alden.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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