Between two trim levels – Turbo and S – one may choose something else. That vinyl is part of what was known as the “Top Hat” Package, and this not only brought with it the vinyl top but also brought tinted glass, along with a passenger-side exterior mirror, and some other goodies as well. This was available in "GT" trim; the 1970 and 1971 Sport Fury GTs were powered by the 440 cu in (7.2 L) engine, which in 1970 could be ordered with three 2-barrel (twin-choke) All of the spare green interior parts were out of a previously owned 1971 Plymouth Fury III as well as (4) of the (8) spare door windows the trailer hitch (that was never on the 72) & some of the other miscellaneous parts. im pretty sure they didn’t make a 1971 boss 429 mustang. Filters Reset Done. Winter is upon us, which would be the perfect time to whip this old girl into shape. No but you could get a 429 Cobrajet in the Mach 1. I’ve also spotted the fact that the carpet has a couple of tiny wear spots, but I have to admit that I’m now grasping at straws trying to find things to fault. The “Mod” pkg. I hope that I’m wrong because, in my mind, its condition is too nice for it to sell for peanuts. If you would like a piece of that attention, then you will find the Plymouth located in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, and listed for sale here on eBay. I had a 1971 Mustang Boss 429 back in the day which could go like sh1t off a shovel but it was plug ugly IMO. Comes with couple sets of keys and some spares. Gas tank dual Midas mufflers & correct tail pipes brakes radiator intake & exhaust manifolds valve coversdual intake air cleanercarburetor wiper motor rear defroster certified speedometer power steering & water pump pneumatic trunk release wiring harnesses & miscellaneous. You find yourself with air conditioning, cruise control, an AM/FM radio with the optional rear speaker, a clock, a headlamp time delay, 3-speed wipers, and a remote driver’s mirror.eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],'barnfinds_com-box-4','ezslot_20',135,'0','0'])); Any way that you look at it, this 1972 Fury Gran Coupe represents a lot of car for your cash. I havemy original 1973 Certificate of Title for this vehicle that is still active for transfer to a new owner so I can assure you I know where this vehicle has been since the "Village of Plymouth Minnesota Police Department" Special Ordered it usedit for approximately 60000 of the miles& subsequently sold it through a consignment dealer to me.Itwas last licensed in 1977. The Plymouth runs and moves under its own power, but it isn’t currently roadworthy. Interesting "One of a kind" 1" square bronze badge on passenger door. 1978 PLYMOUTH E86 440 BIG BLOCK POLICE CAR This is a TRUE not cloned E86 Plymouth Fury State Troope ... $19,995. Complete Original 1972 Plymouth Fury I - Special Order Police Vehicle. It is certainly impressive enough that it would be capable of attracting plenty of attention wherever it goes…for all of the right reasons. I had an all white 1974 for a while back in the 80’s, when they were just cheap transportation cars (I think I paid $800 for it). It is certainly impressive enough that it would be capable of attracting plenty of attention wherever it goes…for all of the right reasons. Aimed to replace 2015... Jeep Promises A Glass Roof for 2022 Grand Wagoneer, Coming Soon, CONFIRMED: 2020 RAM HD Trucks Adds Blackout Edition, Strictly Limited, Welcome 2021 Porsche Cayenne GTS Adding V8 Power and Coupe Version, Ford Adds 2021 Mustang Mach-E GT in Cyber Orange to the Line, Road-going Version of Porsche 718 Cayman Rules the Track with 420 HP. On this page we have collected some information and photos of all specifications 1972 Plymouth Fury. But I've been forced to choose between this Wagon or my 60 Olds Super 88, in the end as most project cars are, I have too much invested in the Olds and have chosen to let the Fury Wagon go for a song. The brake pads were removed several years ago when stuck at a time the vehicle was moved. Mopar 360 Engine, Automatic Transmission, Power steering, Power brakes (disc in front), Gate/Door tail gate, Roof Rack, Grab Handles, Hide-away Headlights (yes, hide-away & electric window motor and switch works flawlessly). Old, rare, muscle cars, street rods auctions. For all of the work that has been performed on the car, and for how nicely it presents, I really think that the owner is going to struggle to reach his BIN on this car. I had a 70 Dodge Monaco with the same type upholstery and the same worn cloth inserts,at the time it had over 70000 miles so I’m doubting the 8000 mile claim,that being said I’ve always loved this year and style of Fury but sadly finances prohibit me from buying it. Never had a problem piloting big cars, or parking/reversing them; that’s what your mirrors are for. Getting it ready for summer adventures would be a great way to spend the winter months because it is a vehicle that doesn’t seem to need a lot. I Love it this Fury though. The wagon has been off the road for more than 20-years, so it will need a thorough inspection, and the owner also feels that a new set of tires would be a wise investment. Should be plenty of life left in it if the mileage is as stated. Plymouth Fury Year 1972-1972. This is a beauty. 1972 Plymouth Fury Custom Suburban For Sale: 1972 Plymouth Fury Custom Suburban Wagon ~ 60K Original Miles! }); I don't know how much that will actually change the value, she's sweet but not gonna be displayed at the Chrysler Museum, however....I received a estimate/appraisal from a local Mopar Club. The sorts of lives these wagons tend to lead can exact a heavy toll on interior trim and upholstery, but this doesn’t look that bad. I currently own a 71 Fury III. //-->. Unfortunately I was unsuccessful. The upholstery on the driver’s seat has a few tears in it. Here you can find such useful information as the fuel capacity, weight, driven wheels, transmission type, and others data according to all known model trims. 8000 miles and it’s been repainted and had a motor rebuild?? In the pictures you can see many of the parts I have collected. The interior needs very little and the body work isn’t overwhelming. None of these features operate, so it seems that it’s time to break out the Sherlock Holmes hat and set to work on the Plymouth’s electrical system. :-). Custom Suburban Station Wagon (1969-1973) Fury 2-Door Coupe (Sedan) (1969-1971) Fury 2-Door Formal Hardtop (1969-1972) Spare tire and jack look like the day it left the dealer. Some parts are in the trunk (windows) but many are in boxes or loose (tailpipes) so Buyer must make arrangements to transport.I will also include a 1972 Plymouth Fury sales brochure & (2) books that cover Dodge Plymouth & Chrysler Police Cars from 1956-1994 with another book about Cars of the State Police & Highway Patrol. Here you can find such useful information as the fuel capacity, weight, driven wheels, transmission type, and others data according to all known model trims. The owner says that all of the engine upgrades have left the car with a subdued but powerful rumble, with no smoke or unwanted noises. For an 8K mile car, I thought this would be long gone by now. Sort. FILTER. A very cool vintage wagon, typical of the era; huge, heavy and brown. The wheelbase was 120 inches, 1.5 inches longer than in 1968, and there was more shoulder room in both front and rear. The carpet has a few minor marks, but I suspect that a professional clean would take care of these. There is some minor damage to the front left corner of the Fury, but repairing this wouldn’t be a major undertaking. Having said that, it would be interesting to know just where the reserve has been set, because if that is low enough, then someone might be able to score themselves a very nice classic at a very affordable price. Even as it currently stands, this is a classic wagon that would have the ability to turn heads. I recently removed the fan shroud &fan under the hood and loosened the alternator a/c & power steering to release the belts in an effort to turn the engine with a breaker bar. With low mileage reading at 55,000 origina... More Info › Body fit and Interior trim not so much. The woodgrain vinyl is looking scuffed in a few spots, but it isn’t horrendous. The 73 would bark the tires hard with the shiftkit that was installed and it also had the headlight timer option. A friend of mine had a similarly equipped 73 that he swapped a 413 into. I had one the same year. //