Fury III

Stored 30 Years: 1966 Plymouth Fury III

In the 1960s, the Plymouth Fury III competed head-to-head with the Chevy Impala and Ford Galaxie 500. But, as was the usual case, Plymouth came in third in the sales race for 1966. The seller’s station wagon had been… more»

54k Mile Survivor: 1972 Plymouth Fury III

The Fury Series in the 1960s and 1970s compared to Chevy’s Biscayne/Bel Air/Impala lineup. The Fury III was the top model until the VIP arrived to compete against the Chevy Caprice. This ’72 edition is a survivor-quality car that… more»

Luxurious Barn Find: 1966 Plymouth Fury VIP

This 1966 Fury VIP is indeed a rare car as the seller proclaims, although back in the sixties Plymouth didn’t intend for it to be, as the brand had high hopes that their new luxury model would catch on… more»

Restored in 2015: 1970 Plymouth Fury III

The Fury III was Plymouth’s equivalent of the Chevrolet Impala and the Ford Galaxie 500. But as was the case with other Chrysler products, it typically came in third place in sales behind the other two. This 1970 edition… more»

Two-Owner 1969 Plymouth Fury “Snapper” Edition

As innovation slowed during the advent of emissions and safety regulations in the ’60s and ’70s, it wasn’t unusual for a car maker to roll over a model nearly unchanged into the following year. To move merchandise, marketing whiz… more»

1969 Plymouth Fury III With 80k Original Miles

The seller has been the custodian of this 1969 Plymouth Fury III for twenty-seven years. It is a solid classic that needs little to lift its already tidy presentation to a higher level. Those tasks will fall to a… more»

440 V8 4-Speed! 1965 Plymouth Fury III

In 1965, the Fury was a full-size automobile again after the downsizing debacle of 1962 when Chrysler thought Chevy was going to put its big cars on a diet. Four models were offered, based on the level of trim:… more»

Mint Condition: 1968 Plymouth Fury III Hardtop

Describing the condition of any classic car as “mint” leaves a seller open to criticism. It doesn’t matter how well that vehicle presents, close inspection will almost invariably reveal flaws preventing the car from achieving perfection. However, that is… more»

53k Original Mile, One-Family Owned 1967 Plymouth Fury III

In 1967, Plymouth’s ad campaign slogan was “Plymouth is out to win you over this year.” They obviously won over a gentleman in Pennsylvania who purchased this car new, took very good care of it, and has since been… more»

Genuine Sleeper: 1966 Plymouth Fury III Station Wagon

There are times in our lives where we must be prepared to accept compromise. This can come in many forms, and even the world of classic car ownership is not immune from this. An enthusiast may long to park… more»

Suburban Survivor: 1968 Plymouth Fury III Wagon

The full name for this 1968 wagon is the Plymouth Fury III Custom Suburban. That’s a mouthful – and it’s a big station wagon with plenty of room to haul the family around with all their stuff. The Suburban… more»