Post by Steam McQueen on Feb 17, 2012 1:25:46 GMT -5
From the Buffalo collection, a rare Fury. -
Former Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) unmarked law enforcement division vehicle. It is equipped with a 440 cu. in. HP (High Performance) engine and the A727 super-heavy duty three-speed Torqueflite automatic transmission, and the rear end has the 3.21:1 "Sure-Grip" 9¼ inch heavy-duty differential. This Fury has “numbers matching” engine, transmission, rear end, and body panels.
As the Salon model, this pursuit-equipped Fury sports the up-level exterior and interior features (e.g. 60/40 velour and vinyl deluxe split-bench seats, shag carpeting, deluxe door panels, AM/FM four-speaker stereo, extra chrome trim, etc.) reserved for the top-of-the line vehicles (notice the “H” in the VIN, which stands for “Hi Line” price class). Add all the typical police pursuit car powertrain and mechanicals (E86-D36-A38 option codes that this vehicle has), and you get what has to be one of the rarest, most heavily-optioned B-Body police cars Chrysler ever made.