Plymouth Fury III Convertible

With its striking wedge-like shape, distinctive stacked headlights, fanned front fenders and gently-sloped tail section, the 1967 Plymouth Fury stood apart from its competitors in the mid-Sixties full-sized passenger car market.

In a time now most remembered for the brand's success in NASCAR racing and its memorable muscle cars, the seldom-remarked full sized Fury models provided attractive and comfortable transportation for thousands of customers.

Source: Walter P. Chrysler Museum

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