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  1. The Fury III, as was typical of Plymouth at the time, was constructed on a unit-body platform with sub-frames. No matter the body style--two-door or four-door--each sported a 119-inch wheelbase and an overall length of 213.1 inches (the station wagon dimensions varied).

  2. 1968 Plymouth Fury III 2-door hardtop 1968 Plymouth Sport Suburban Fifth generation (1969–1973) [ edit] The 1969 models featured Chrysler's new round-sided "Fuselage Look" styling. The Fury was again available as a 2-door hardtop, 2-door convertible, 4-door hardtop, 4-door sedan, and 4-door station wagon.

    • Plymouth Sport Fury, (1959, 1962–1971), Plymouth VIP, (1966–1969)
    • 1959–1978
  3. Mar 18, 2020 · This 1965 Plymouth Fury III was sent in by an anonymous Barn Finds reader who found it here on eBay. Located in Reading, Pennsylvania, 14 bids have pushed the price to $4,650 at the time of writing. The Fury was redesigned for 1965.

  4. This 1968 Plymouth Fury III won us over with a phenomenal color combination Ice Blue, lots of power and an incredibly smooth and tight ride. The Ice Blue Metallic paint glistens in the sun and gives this car a great balance of muscle car and class. Chrome wheels bring a modern touch and looks great and set off by the bold lines and Fast Top design.

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    • 1968
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