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#1 BlackDatto

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Posted 06 August 2009 - 09:20 PM

Ok, this breaks my heart but I have to sell my baby. I need the $$ to fly north to spread my Dad's ashes.

And NO.. I will not sell it for cheap to someone to use as a demo derby car.. don't even ask.

The stats -

1971 Plymouth Fury III - 4 doors - 360 V8 - automatic 727 tranny - 4 new tires- clear title - current tabs - non-smoking owners. We have already done some work on it, including replacing the points with an electronic ignition, installing a new distributor, etc. Has had regular fluid changes and maintenance for as long as I've had it. Interior is in good shape for it's age. No mold, mildew or anything of the sort. A few small tears on the seats, and the passenger side front carpet has been removed and has a small hole in the floor pan. Gets approximately 18 mpg. This has been my daily driver for several years.

$1,300 or best REASONABLE offer - no trades

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and the aforementioned hole in the floor-

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Edited by BlackDatto, 06 August 2009 - 09:23 PM.


#2 tdaaj

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Posted 06 August 2009 - 09:33 PM

i have to say this car has good power, i just recently adjusted to low and reverse bands in the trans, shifts nice and smooth. also has recent engine mounts and u-joints. we've also got a '70 sport fury hood and lower valence that can go with and an extra set of kick panels too. in the pictures of the interior it shows some pieces missing inside. we have all those parts plus the original working am radio. this car would be an easy restore, as black datto stated its been a hard descission to make but she's gotta go.

#3 a.d._510_n_ok

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Posted 13 September 2009 - 12:06 PM

Ok, this breaks my heart but I have to sell my baby. I need the $$ to fly north to spread my Dad's ashes.


My condolences :(.

I posted your ad on MOPARTS - hope it helps!

http://board.moparts...e=0#Post5480086
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#4 BlackDatto

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Posted 13 September 2009 - 05:58 PM

Sold :(

#5 b210in

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Posted 16 September 2009 - 01:11 PM

that car is pimpin. it needs some exhaust cut outs, pizza cutters and fatties in the rear.

sorry for loss.
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