Charger/Fury identification

95

Asked by Ed Nov 22, 2011 at 05:04 PM about the 1972 Plymouth Fury

Question type: General

In the early 80's I owned a Plymouth and a few of the details have been escaping me for some
time now.  Maybe you guys can help.  It was the Plymouth version of the Dodge Charger.  I
think it was a 72, and it had the verrrry long front end (it looked like about 4 feet hung out past
the front tire).  The rear was shorter, like the chargers of that time.  The only real differences
were the tail lights, from what I remember.  Could this have been a Gran Fury x(1,2,3)?  
Seems like it was in the Fury line but the more I look online for pictures the more frustrating it
gets!  I only owned it for like 8 months right before I went in the Army and I was working 2 jobs
so I didn't have a lot of time to spend with it, though I would have liked to! Oh, btw- the tail
lights were real similar to other 72 Fury's, little "boxes" left to right instead of the grill look the
charger tails had.

4 Answers

Ed, I can't answer you question, but I was wondering if you are interested in buying my Fury. It is a 1970 Plymouth Fury III with only 32,420 original miles. Here is the description I put in the ad: "1970 Plymouth Fury III. Only 32,420 original miles. 100% original. Excellent condition. Starts every time and runs great. Always garaged. Fully loaded. Power everything. Numbers matching. MOPAR. This Plymouth Fury III is a big, classic, luxury car. Price is $12,500 or best offer." Let me know if you have any interest. My email is kevinplante@alum.syracuse.edu, and my cell is 617-784-8306. Thanks!

Ed, I can't answer you question, but I was wondering if you are interested in buying my Fury. It is a 1970 Plymouth Fury III with only 32,420 original miles. Here is the description I put in the ad: "1970 Plymouth Fury III. Only 32,420 original miles. 100% original. Excellent condition. Starts every time and runs great. Always garaged. Fully loaded. Power everything. Numbers matching. MOPAR. This Plymouth Fury III is a big, classic, luxury car. Price is $12,500 or best offer." Let me know if you have any interest. My email is kevinplante@alum.syracuse.edu, and my cell is 617-784-8306. Thanks!

95

Oh, would if I could! I have been looking for something for my stepson, but we have a few years and the budget won't allow it for now. That is a great car and a great price, especially with that few original miles! I hope it finds a good home and good luck!

Your Answer:

Fury

Looking for a Used Fury in your area?

CarGurus has thousands of nationwide listings and the tools to find you a great deal.

Postal Code:

Shortcuts

Plymouth Fury Experts

  • #1
    Oscar Mayen
    Reputation
    100
  • #2
    Js08016
    Reputation
    90
  • #3
    G A Arne
    Reputation
    50
View All

Find great deals from top-rated dealers

Search

Content submitted by Users is not endorsed by CarGurus, does not express the opinions of CarGurus, and should not be considered reviewed, screened, or approved by CarGurus. Please refer to CarGurus Terms of Use. Content will be removed if CarGurus becomes aware that it violates our policies.