Post by Lord Vadus on Apr 14, 2013 23:23:59 GMT -5
This one, to me, looks like it's been converted into a 2-door from a 4-door.
It's clearly NOT a '75, if it were, it would be a C body instead of a B body, but they say it's a '75...
This is a 1975 Plymouth Fury 2 door post "one of one" that is red in color. It comes with a 318 engine, automatic transmission, AC and cruise, high back bucket seats and Keystone Classic wheels. It needs minimal body work and paint. Good runner. DO NOT EMAIL YOUR QUESTIONS. PLEASE CALL ME DIRECT AT 414-750-8139. I WOULD RATHER TALK TO INTERESTED BUYERS PERSONALLY. Thanks!
Post by Sd.Kfz. 400 on Apr 15, 2013 7:24:40 GMT -5
Usually when 4d's are converted to 2d's they get the doors from a 2 door car and move the b-pillar back a bit. That fury looks quite funny, only good looking solution for short front doors is a "sedan delivery" from a regular station wagon.
Post by 58hemifury on Apr 15, 2013 18:16:32 GMT -5
They never made that body in a 2 door sedan, only coupes. The doors wouldn't work with the roof line/windows, ect. Even if it was available (or if the parts for the conversion were) it's not a big money car worthy of the effort, you could buy a 2 door cheap enough. I have no idea what the owner/builder was thinking.
Another oddity that screwed me up from this year was the '75 Gran Fury having 4 headlights and the '75 Gran Fury Brougham having 2 headlights. But yeah this orange thing is bizarre. Trying to redefine "suicide doors?" Crazy car.
(Pictures hyperlinked from the ad; so, they will expire when it does.)
That's fine doing it that way but if anyone wants to post a pic without using photobucket or flickr etc., just save the pic to your pictures and then attach it to a post. I guess we can still only 'attach' 1 pic per post but I think that's one of the proboards changes coming later this month.
Post by Steam McQueen on Aug 23, 2015 10:16:09 GMT -5
^ Still for sale, "Priced to sell! FIRST $1500 cash takes it!"
It was customized by Ray Navaro of Milwaukee and turned into a 2-door sedan! He did a good job and it looks cool! It has bucket seats in the front that tilt forward so you can easily get into the back seat. The car has a 318 with an auto trans. The car runs and drives, starts and stops but is not road ready. (its been in long term storage and needs a good "once over" before its safe for highway use) It has cool old school keystone mag wheels with old school tires. The glass is all intact.