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  • AirborneSilva
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    Looking great Furios66, you are doing a real good job on it, I hope mine turns out as well but I didn't start out with as solid a car.

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  • Furios66
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    Thanks. I got this from a wrecking yard. First link is when I got it. Second shows close to how it is now. I need to do a new vid and pictures. Motor is a little cleaner now. I can send pictures if you want to drop me a line at slowmotion4x4@hotmail.com


    This is when I got it
    http://bbs.zuwharrie.com/content/topic,61603.0.html

    Shows interior and motor
    YouTube - 1966 Plymouth Fury 440 almost done


    Originally posted by Fleet View Post
    Wow, that '66 looks just like the one my brother used to own from 1976 to 1998. Except his had a 318 V-8 engine. Do you have any more photos of yours you could post here? (Engine, dash, etc.)

    I always did like those '66 Furys, even though I owned a '66 Dart GT from 1979 to 2002.

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  • 00DakotaR/T
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    I need to figure out how to post pics. Once I can I will show off my project 65 Polara. It has parts from all of my other polaras I have owned (69 4 dr HT, 66 2 dr HT) It has feen fun and frustrating to get this car to how it is today, but I have learned a ton about classic mopars, as well as the main fact the 65 and older mopars don't like 66 and newer mopars. Since april I have cleaned up a 383 from a 68 Charger, rebuilt the front and rear suspension with parts from PST, Freshened up the 727(reverse manual) from my 69 Polara, and installed a B body rear end with 3.91s and sure grip, I also installed interior from my 66 Polara. I just was able to start the engine last night, and hopefully in the next week will have it tuned. If anyone could help me with pics I would love to post the pics in the next following days.

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  • Fleet
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    I bought a 1966 Plymouth Fury VIP about one month ago. 383-4 bbl, 89,000 miles, yellow w/black interior.

    Fun to drive, plenty of power (and torque), big, plush and soft seats.

    This should be a car worth keeping since you don't see too many driving around.

    Here are some photos:






    It can also be seen on youtube:
    YouTube - 1966 Plymouth Fury VIP

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  • Slantsick
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    Nice car- great pic, too.

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  • my70monaco
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    This is my 1970 Dodge Monaco



    440cid, auto, buckets & floor shift and air.

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  • AirborneSilva
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    Here's my 65 Polara I pulled home Friday

    I got her home friday morning, here's some pictures;


    Me pulling her home.


    and another


    At Home


    Another


    Dash (like you didn't know that )




    Well that's the good news, I will try to post up pictures of the bad news soon but suffice it to say that if there is anyone in the DC area that knows how to weld in floor pans I could sure use some help...

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  • Fleet
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    Nice to see classic Mopars/Mopar wagons being preserved.

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  • itsa66
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    Two C-body wagons I've owned:

    1967 Dodge Polara 9-pass wagon. 383 2-bbl, auto, air, heater, clock, AM radio, carpet, electric tailgate window. Bought in 1997 with 83K on it. Sold in 2002 to a family in Ohio. What a friggin runner this was! I regretted selling it, believe me!



    Next is a 1963 Dodge Custom 880 six passenger wagon, with a 361 2-bbl, auto, AM, air, heater, clock, roof rack, and three-bar spinner wheel covers. Paid a hundred bucks for it. It had been parked under a huckleberry bush for several years. It was nearly black from the berry bush crap on it! I flat-towed it 60 miles home, put a battery and gas to it, and it fired right up. I drove it for a while, and my friend Skip HAD to have the car, so I sold it to him. He put a LOT of miles on it before he sold it. The pic shows what it looked like right after he bought it from me:

    Last edited by itsa66; 05-17-2009, 11:07 PM.

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  • Fleet
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    Wow, that photo of the 318 engine sure is familiar for me. One of the first things my brother did with his was flipping over the air cleaner (he eventually installed an unsilenced air cleaner. Other mods, too, like dual exhaust, electronic ignition, aluminum intake manifold w/4 bbl carb and a shift kit.

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  • BK
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    My survivor (stickers and marks still there) 65 Sport Fury.

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  • 66sportfury
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    Originally posted by larry383 View Post
    looks great. wish mine looked this good.

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  • Fleet
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    Originally posted by Furios66 View Post
    Nice cars. This is my 66, 440, Auto

    Wow, that '66 looks just like the one my brother used to own from 1976 to 1998. Except his had a 318 V-8 engine. Do you have any more photos of yours you could post here? (Engine, dash, etc.)

    I always did like those '66 Furys, even though I owned a '66 Dart GT from 1979 to 2002.

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  • polaranut
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    hi all, going accross to holland from uk to visit an airman lost in ww11, my partners uncle! the dutch folks have named a street after him. I have serviced the old dodge polara, should be a good trip, I will be able to drive on the rihgt side of the road!.

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  • 4vnut
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    Here's a pic of a 71 Newport like the one I used to have in 72.
    383 2-barrel and got 22 mpg on the highway. Cold AC and power everything. Loved that car.

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