'60 Fury project on YouTube
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Posted 2018-10-24 4:37 PM (#572303)
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Oops.. Should've paid closer attention and saw that mikes2nd had already posted this on Sunday...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7Rsv8e3VU0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-X9bSW96gY

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Posted 2018-10-25 7:26 PM (#572365 - in reply to #572303)
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Eh you posted part 2...
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Posted 2018-10-30 7:21 PM (#572642 - in reply to #572303)
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Part 3... is he going to have a shorter roof to deal with?

I think the 60 fury trim fills the gap?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_eDS31tteg



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Posted 2018-11-03 3:18 AM (#572833 - in reply to #572303)
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Thanks for posting
Not sure why he is doing this, I would have thought a better body would have been the go
instead of killing the dodge (even though that was also my original plan with my cars)

Anyway, Interesting to watch

I think the roof will fit, but I think the 4 door sedan ant the coupe windscreens had a difference which may show itself down the track
of his build

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Posted 2018-11-03 11:41 AM (#572847 - in reply to #572303)
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the guy is in Alberta Canada and I don't think there is really a choice nor is he dumping 5k on a body. Its rare to see a 2 dr hardtop even in the states that is usable.

He picked up the dodge cheap(800$ i think) and i assume the fury even cheaper. I think they fix up cars and sell them and do body shop fixes.

The guy does amazing body work. He can pound out any dent and make the metal look perfect and paint.

He did this before with a 60's Ford, came out what appears perfect.

here he cut a 4 door 69 ford in half... insanity..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zA2RvKgFJHg

here is where he found the 60 Fury
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIo7NGCFC-Q



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Posted 2018-11-03 7:48 PM (#572859 - in reply to #572303)
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cold war motors.. hes rebuilt a lot of cars from nothing incl a 58 plaza he got running and a 1940 Plymouth and a dodge luxury liner
has hundreds of cars
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Posted 2018-11-05 12:06 AM (#572944 - in reply to #572303)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuVn8ApTEb8

wow, its getting even better.

Of course people bitching about tearing up a 4 door dart car to save a 2 dr ht fury but that was the right choice...

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Posted 2018-11-05 2:16 AM (#572945 - in reply to #572303)
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The donor car was an abandoned project (1960 Dodge Dart Pioneer 4 door sedan) that happened to run and drive (a little). Rust free body and frame, but incomplete - couldn't have prayed for a better donor, especially in Canada.

Biggest remaining issue seems to be a possible rear passenger quarter replacement - not only for the rust out, but also a rotten repair job near the fin at one time.

Despite the unibody construction, was there still any additional rigidity installed for hardtops over sedans?
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Posted 2018-11-05 9:59 AM (#572966 - in reply to #572303)
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Watching the video, it was just the door post in the middle, so no didn't appear to be any. This would be scarier with a framed car I think. the unibody helped keep it in shape I think.

I think he needs to use a come along on the tail fin(make a big adapter) and use a lot of work to fix that quarter, finding another donor in Canada would be an insane task I think.
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Posted 2018-11-13 6:47 AM (#573437 - in reply to #572966)
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mikes2nd - 2018-11-05 7:59 AM

Watching the video, it was just the door post in the middle, so no didn't appear to be any. This would be scarier with a framed car I think. the unibody helped keep it in shape I think.

I think he needs to use a come along on the tail fin(make a big adapter) and use a lot of work to fix that quarter, finding another donor in Canada would be an insane task I think.


Part 5 is up already - mating the drip rails are done and, at the end for a little bit of a cliffhanger to the next episode, it looks like he's picked up a 1960 Plymouth 4 door hardtop, possibly for the quarters as well as the passenger fin. What you see in the video thumbnail are the remains of the '60 Dodge on what's left of the '60 Plymouth lower unibody. Yeah, it sagged in half within a matter of months:

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Posted 2018-11-21 4:49 AM (#573892 - in reply to #572303)
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Wow - Scott's really burning on this '60 Fury.

Part 6 up and live already:

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Posted 2018-11-21 8:07 AM (#573895 - in reply to #572303)
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hope its not getting put away for all Winter but I know they do customer work.

I also hope its getting a full restore. He keeps going back and forth on full restore or just get it driving.

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Posted 2018-11-21 2:12 PM (#573918 - in reply to #572303)
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Now, after the solid and straight Dart a good Fury ht (!!!) is cut into pieces. I'm confident they will find more good restorable cars to cut in pieces and rid whole Canada of the last good restorable FL cars that survived almost 60 years to create a single bondo bomb.
BTW, that rain gutter could have been made from scratch by any decent body man. I use to like them, but now... what a bunch of ******

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Posted 2018-11-22 7:55 AM (#573961 - in reply to #573918)
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1960fury - 2018-11-21 12:12 PM

Now, after the solid and straight Dart a good Fury ht (!!!) is cut into pieces. I'm confident they will find more good restorable cars to cut in pieces and rid whole Canada of the last good restorable FL cars that survived almost 60 years to create a single bondo bomb.
BTW, that rain gutter could have been made from scratch by any decent body man. I use to like them, but now... what a bunch of ******


Have you watched all 6 installments? *Any* of the installments?

The 1960 Dodge Dart Pioneer 4-door sedan was an incomplete, abandoned project that's largely rust free in the spots needed.

Plus, that 1960 Plymouth Fury 4-door hardtop wasn't looking too awful steady, anyways - who's to say it didn't have a rotten frame?

And, had you been watching "coldwarmotors" with any regularity, you'd have known that the guy wants nothing to do with bondo in any aspect. Hell, didn't you see what kind of shape the passenger rear quarter of the 2-door hardtop was in? It's because the thing from the beltline down was rotten due to a s#!t collision repair some time in its life that was infested with bondo.

Incase you haven't checked it out, here's the video from the day he brought that 1960 Dodge home - see and judge for yourself whether or not it was worth saving as its own project, I guess:

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Posted 2018-11-22 10:20 AM (#573976 - in reply to #572303)
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it wasn't worth saving. If everyone wanted a bunch of 4 door sedan that needed tons of work they would be saving them. I would rather see that 2 door ht fury restored over 2 trashed sedans.

Honestly these sedans are dirt cheap, start saving them if they are worth it but they arent... plain and simple math.

I like sedans but that 60 dodge was a sorry restoration. Everyday these cars are getting scrapped as the bottom of the barrell gets scraped more and more... Save what you can
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Posted 2018-11-22 12:05 PM (#573985 - in reply to #572303)
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In this case, seems like one is better than non
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Posted 2018-11-23 12:35 AM (#574007 - in reply to #572303)
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Crappy 4 door dodge sedan restoration

What was I thinking?

http://forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=38117&post... find&highlightmode=1#M534599

I am sort of enjoying watching this , but he has now destroyed both the cars of this era that I have
owned to build a car (as in this particular car) that if I ever bought it would be at the least, disappointed that I
bought a chopped up piece of rubbish.

The rear panel on my Plymouth was as bad, if not worse than the one on that 2 door

I wish he would show more working and less talking about stuff and his dog

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Posted 2018-11-23 1:47 PM (#574026 - in reply to #572303)
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Why did you sell the Phoenix? Your like 7 years into it?

Facts are simple, coupes are worth more than sedans, that doesn't mean sedans cant be nice rides, sportier cars are just worth more and typically rarer.

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Posted 2018-12-17 4:57 PM (#575395 - in reply to #572303)
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Part 7 up at last - haven't watched it just yet, but there's supposed to be dash work and a cold start:

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Posted 2018-12-17 11:25 PM (#575411 - in reply to #572303)
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Phoenix was sold because it was done I bought it to use for the Plymouth, but it was saveable (just).

I was going to keep it until the Plymouth or buick was done, but I had a buyer that really wanted it, so I let it go and bought my Noddy car

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Posted 2018-12-23 7:33 AM (#575678 - in reply to #572303)
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I've disagreed with Sid in the past but I agree with him

Guy does excellent work and have watched his channel for years, he's an excellent tradesman no doubt
These being the rare birds they are, why destroy more of them then you have to?

No it's not my car, nor any of my business, but 3 gallons of bondo and a 60 dollar gallon of straight enamel
and any regular person couldn't tell the difference from a frame off car and a butchered bondo bucket.
I've bought some hacked up work, and done a lot of it myself (who hasn't??) but I've never been dishonest
about it. 300 dollars and 3 weeks to keep a car out of the scrapper for even one year will increase the likelihood
of longterm survival. You never know what you have until the paint is off. Taken someone did the best
they could and did good prep, you will never know what's under there. My car is all weather and if my buggered
work can take the abuse on gravel roads and slinging the salt and snow, a garage queen will last as long as you
own it. Probably then some.

The "more doors are cool" appeal doesn't seem to have caught on here as much as it has in other places. The
two doors and verts are valuable now, but let's be honest. In 20-30 years, when the last generation that really
remembers seeing these cars on the road is gone, what then? The prices have gone insane in the past decade
(was it 300k for that 58 NY vert?), but I don't see it staying. Young kids don't like cars, and the one that do, don't
really give a darn about American iron. Those who like it are drawn to muscle cars or tri fives. A good part of it is
they have never seen one of these.

I say to hell with it and dough it up. They make no impression sitting in a garage. The more people that see them
and notice them, if just one person is compelled enough to get one, there's one more that won't be lost. I'm just
a little lost as to why he cut up two half decent cars being as good at fabrication and bodywork as he is

To reiterate, it doesn't really matter, but those are my unrequested 2c
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Posted 2018-12-23 11:59 AM (#575683 - in reply to #572303)
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I watched part of the part 2 and I can concur the ass end of the '60 Fury Hard Top is a bitch to say the least. I got 2 guys from a body here to come take a look at mine to see what they would charge. They were honest in saying they were basically not skilled enough to take it on. As to the molding around the roof line sides it truly is a s**t pile mess of trim that all inter fit to make it look and seal clean. The water retention trim shows what the worst is flat out true. At any rate I remember a few years ago a beauty of a, my dream car, went across and only fetched $40,000.00. It was a convertable '60 Fury 2dr with a wicked 426 hemi and a 4 speed and man it looked great, smooth, clean lines and wicked. To say they are rising in value I am not sure. But I do know a running and driving, needing a lot of work will bring what $2-4,000.00? If you can find a parts car you can use for what you need how much would you pay? I would love to give maybe $4-600.00 for one near me, transort cost, I'd die to have that deal. Where I have a problem with is re-bodying a car. Once that is done the finished project is not longer as it started life. If you take a car and donor and the only thing left original is the roof and firewall that is not the car that came off the assembly line. But if you got the will, means and know how to do it your self by all means have fun. If you pay someone to restore is one thing, to pay somone to build what you want is exactly that. Wish I had money to do either rather over a few years to get it done.
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Posted 2019-01-10 3:40 AM (#576555 - in reply to #572303)
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Part 8 is live at last.

A little door panel steaming and various & sundry consisting of brake work, carb work and 70's cruise control removal - and another bumper snippet of "My Classic Tire" featuring an out-of-round 14" bias ply from the late 1960's currently used as one of the Fury's rollers. And the revelation that speaker grilles on the 1960 Plymouth dash were made largely of petrified fly piss:



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mikes2nd
Posted 2019-01-10 8:20 AM (#576557 - in reply to #572303)
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Hah yeah i have a few good speaker grills but mine are steel

I think those 60's are plastic?
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Posted 2019-01-11 9:11 AM (#576585 - in reply to #576557)
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mikes2nd - 2019-01-10 6:20 AM

Hah yeah i have a few good speaker grills but mine are steel

I think those 60's are plastic?


I couldn't tell you myself - all I know is it took me about 5 good minutes to pick myself up off the floor after Scott said that.

Hope he keeps the paint colors original - I've always had a soft spot for metallic blue.
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Posted 2019-01-11 11:08 AM (#576588 - in reply to #572303)
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yeah he said its going back blue with perfect restore outside. If you join his patreon you get the behind the scene videos. hah wow, dude has a lot going on.

He is going with a funky 60's interior though he said, he is actually going to sew his own seats, with original door panels?
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Posted 2019-01-11 12:38 PM (#576590 - in reply to #576588)
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mikes2nd - 2019-01-11 9:08 AM

yeah he said its going back blue with perfect restore outside. If you join his patreon you get the behind the scene videos. hah wow, dude has a lot going on.

He is going with a funky 60's interior though he said, he is actually going to sew his own seats, with original door panels?


Yeah, he wants to save and keep the original door panel upholstery - don't know if he's making new backing for them or not.
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Posted 2019-01-12 12:51 AM (#576620 - in reply to #576590)
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I think this is very entertaining myself. These guys have some crazy mad skills. The only thing I have to ask why is it that they just didn't leave the dodge alone and use the Fury 4dr HTP donor body instead? Wouldn't that have been easier than than using the dodge???
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Posted 2019-01-12 8:59 AM (#576632 - in reply to #572303)
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The 4d Plymouth was rotted out also. The Dodge was the only good car underneath.
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Posted 2019-01-12 9:09 AM (#576634 - in reply to #576632)
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mikes2nd - 2019-01-12 8:59 AM

The 4d Plymouth was rotted out also. The Dodge was the only good car underneath.


You mean the ht? Definitely savable. The rear was good including the trunk sealing edge (thats why he cut it off) and my experience tells me, if there is a 60 Plymouth with a good rear end the rest can't be worse. The outer sheet metal skin is all that matters. What a needless waste.
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Posted 2019-01-12 10:44 AM (#576642 - in reply to #576620)
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Apollo 61 - 2019-01-11 10:51 PM

I think this is very entertaining myself. These guys have some crazy mad skills. The only thing I have to ask why is it that they just didn't leave the dodge alone and use the Fury 4dr HTP donor body instead? Wouldn't that have been easier than than using the dodge???


Seeing as how the Dodge 4dr was a sedan and the Plymouth 4dr was a hardtop, they'd have to do the same type of lower body swap anyways - maybe even more difficult to do with the 4dr hardtop with the b-pillar and everything.

What's consistently being forgotten/overlooked is that the Dodge was an abandoned, incomplete project with a V-8 that ran and drove a little.
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Posted 2019-01-12 11:27 AM (#576647 - in reply to #576634)
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1960fury - 2019-01-12 9:09 AM
mikes2nd - 2019-01-12 8:59 AM The 4d Plymouth was rotted out also. The Dodge was the only good car underneath.
You mean the ht? Definitely savable. The rear was good including the trunk sealing edge (thats why he cut it off) and my experience tells me, if there is a 60 Plymouth with a good rear end the rest can't be worse. The outer sheet metal skin is all that matters. What a needless waste.

get to restoring 4 doors then :)  otherwise it would have continued to rot into the ground like many sedans are doing everyday.

It had the better potential of being restored but it was a stripped 4d ht savoy shell similar to the dodge and needed alot of work but the bottom was also rotted...  only worth maybe 1000$ as it was. no trim, emblems or anything he said in the one reply in the video.  Interior was gone or shot since he didnt use any of it and used what he could from the dodge.

You need to get to saving these stripped 4 doors  :)    If you don't start at least buying all these great savable 4 door car i suggest you step up :)  Oh wait...

So its better to scrap the two door complete fury than a 4 door savoy(prob no title either) mostly rotted empty shell and a 4 door dodge incompete project?

 Here is even some 2 door sedans you can save: both for sale right now

2700$ for one, 15k for the other...

the 15k one:

1960 Plymouth savoy, 4-speed 440ci motor, runs good has brakes, cool car!--- air conditioning---, interior is re done, no rust, paint is decent, tires and wheels are in good shape, new exhaust, new battery, new centerforce clutch, scatter-shield

the 2700$ one.

It has a 170 ci slant 6 with a push button automatic transmission. The floor boards have several rusted through places. I have a used replacement windshield and tail light lens that is not cracked.

Ill almost guarantee the slant 6 is locked up with the sheer amount of exposure the engine bay has. 

We talk about actual cost to restore these cars and with time and effort it can be low (What Cold War Motors does, he restores cars on nearly nothing).  But how much time is involved.  If your retired and tinkering thats fine, but a year of my life is certainly worth more than a couple thousand dollars.  Thats what your typically talking about when you say we should save these rusted out stripped sedans.



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I must have missed the episode where they probed the the floorboards on the savoy. My thoughts are that even if they had to do floorboards on the savoy that it would easier than grafting the entire back half onto the dodge?

I recently picked up a rock solid 61 savoy 4dr and these Cold War vids got me thinking about my worst 61 Fury and what can be done. I don't have nearly the skills required to do something like this or I might consider it.

I'm interested in the end results for this project. It looks like it turn out well so far.

I rescued a 67 coronet 2dr post deluxe that was on the way to the scrap yard. Too rusty and parted to restore. All the 2dr post parts were still there. I also rescued a solid complete 67 belvedere 4dr that had some underneath forklift damage. I going to attempt with some help from a skilled freind who builds tri 5 Chevy 4drs into 2drs. My end goal will be to build a vintage drag car look for as little money as possible using mainly spare parts I have available to me.
I'm going to nickname the car SPARE PARTS. I'm going to use a already running 67 imperial 440, used headers,wiend intake, rebuilt Holley carbs, 3.55 sure grip and anything else I can find around the yard.
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Posted 2019-01-12 2:01 PM (#576661 - in reply to #576647)
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mikes2nd - 2019-01-12 11:27 AM

1960fury - 2019-01-12 9:09 AM
mikes2nd - 2019-01-12 8:59 AM The 4d Plymouth was rotted out also. The Dodge was the only good car underneath.
You mean the ht? Definitely savable. The rear was good including the trunk sealing edge (thats why he cut it off) and my experience tells me, if there is a 60 Plymouth with a good rear end the rest can't be worse. The outer sheet metal skin is all that matters. What a needless waste.

get to restoring 4 doors then :)  otherwise it would have continued to rot into the ground like many sedans are doing everyday.

It had the better potential of being restored but it was a stripped 4d ht savoy shell similar to the dodge and needed alot of work but the bottom was also rotted...  only worth maybe 1000$ as it was. no trim, emblems or anything he said in the one reply in the video.  Interior was gone or shot since he didnt use any of it and used what he could from the dodge.

You need to get to saving these stripped 4 doors  :)    If you don't start at least buying all these great savable 4 door car i suggest you step up :



Sure, if you pay the costs of importing a non runner and import charges I'll. Countless times some a**hole parts guys have beat me trying to save a 4d HT. One a complete, rustfree seafoam colored golden commando. That a**hole parted it out and cut it in pieces.

I am restoring a 4 d. and that is even a sedan. I can't save them all from this side of the pond. There are car guys and there are car-show guys. I personally do not care what they are worth or if they are "in" or considered "cool" or if I can get money out of them. I love all FL cars. And a needless destruction remains a needless destruction. Period.
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Posted 2019-01-12 4:38 PM (#576671 - in reply to #572303)
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I would say he seems to be a FWL fan, a huge one in fact.

but you admit this is about money... because not many of us don't have unlimited time, money and storage... to save 4 door sedans. Because a trashed/rotted one simply isn't worth it in most peoples opinion when a coupe is more desirable and worth more and there are those to save also(by 99% of the people). 57 Chevys 4ds are starting to be worth a little more but most are still being scrapped. I just saw one locally go for 4500$ a good 4 door 57 chevy sedan runner.

This is exactly his point though, you can spend 1000's of hours fixing up a rusty 4 door sedan and even a 4 dr hardtop and then even more on a 2 door hardtop. He doesn't have the time or money to fix those.

that makes scraping that car hardly needless. It was very much needed and will save other cars even. These things aren't puppies or pokemon they are huge time and money sucks

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Posted 2019-01-12 5:39 PM (#576672 - in reply to #572303)
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No, it is not about money. I simply can't afford it as my bank account is drained. I "wasted" money before just to safe a car. Once sold a car for less so a sofa ***** does not get it.

You are missing the point. I wouldn't have said a thing if he only used one car. The ht would have gotten him all he needed. The skin is all that matters. You don't even have to be a decent body man, as someone here said he is.
I prefer 2 d ht's over 4 doors too but wouldn't waste more than needed to fix one. The thing is, this stunt wasn't done to save a car I fear, but all for publicity. Someone obviously stored the 4 d ht, that is btw much rarer than the 2 door, otherwise it wouldn't have survived like that, so it probably wouldn't have continued to rot in the ground as you claimed. It survived almost 60 years and now that! It is a shame.
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Posted 2019-01-12 11:33 PM (#576683 - in reply to #572303)
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you just said you cant afford to save all the 4 doors so its about money.


Maybe you need to go back, he got the not rare at all 4 door sedan at an auction, the guy gave up trying to sell it for anywher near the time he had in it and took a huge beating and wasted probably tons of money and alot of his time only to abandon the 4 door dodge to an auction. go watch the video. The guy probably found a 4 door dodge already done for what he would probably have in Chrome, so he bailed on it to an auction. Scott said the body work all had to be redone, because it was garbage so yes even your precious 4 door dodge stripper was destined to the trash. So you had 3 cars all destined for the trash... he saved one car and with the extra parts maybe 2?

This isnt a stunt, this was done to save a 2 door ht fury, much more rare than a 4 door sedan dodge.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TfZOUPI7J4Y


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Posted 2019-01-13 10:20 AM (#576692 - in reply to #576683)
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mikes2nd - 2019-01-12 11:33 PM

Maybe you need to go back, he got the not rare at all 4 door sedan at an auction,

This isnt a stunt, this was done to save a 2 door ht fury, much more rare than a 4 door sedan dodge.




Maybe you should read my message? I clearly said 4d. HT (HARDTOP) and a 4 d. HT Fury is much rarer than a coupe. Fact. That said I consider all FL cars rare by 2019. And of course, if I would start such a stupid thing for publicity that requires more cars to cut up than needed, I'd claim all these cars headed to the crusher. Fact is, they are crushed now and for some reason they are reluctant to start the actual body work on the cobbled together car. They should spend less time filming that dog. Again, a needless destruction of either a rust free 60 Dart or a nice very rare 60 Fury 4 door HARDTOP.



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Posted 2019-01-13 10:31 AM (#576695 - in reply to #572303)
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The 60 fury 4dr ht was in nice condition?
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Posted 2019-01-13 10:42 AM (#576697 - in reply to #576695)
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Paul Hettick - 2019-01-13 10:31 AM

The 60 fury 4dr ht was in nice condition?


Much better than the cars I'm restoring and easily saveable, not for a lazy ***** of course. As I said, if the rear is nice, and it was, the rest can't be worse, unless it was hit in front.
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Posted 2019-01-13 11:59 AM (#576707 - in reply to #572303)
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yes your correct, i would bet all three of the cars he picked up were going to the crusher...  certainly the two furys were. Obviously the 60 dart was only worth 800$ on the open market more than likely for parts/scrap also, a running and driving car...

Without a title, a vin, engine, interior and even the badging/trim a junked 4 door ht plymouth fury is just a junked 4 door ht "plymouth"...

18,000 produced vs 9000 produced... not that much rarer

 he said the 60 fury 4d ht quarter donor car had been stripped multiple times for restorations, zero interior, rusted through all over the bottom, no running gear... when he took the quarter off the bottoms were all gone and it fell off the wheel wells.



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Posted 2019-01-13 1:57 PM (#576715 - in reply to #576707)
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Yes, sure all rotted out, only the parts that always rust away first on these cars, like rear quarters and rain gutter survived in nice condition. A miracle, and what a fortunate coincidence.

Just checked the videos, for some reason he too no pictures from the "rotted out" hardtop. All I see is a pristine rear and door.... At least I coudn't find one, huge gap between #5 to #6.

mikes2nd - 2019-01-13 11:59 AM

18,000 produced vs 9000 produced... not that much rarer


No, not much, only half of the 2 door ht production Not to mention that these cars survived in fewer numbers because they are "only" 4 doors...

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Posted 2019-01-13 9:21 PM (#576747 - in reply to #572303)
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I think you guys need to calm down, everyone here has done their fair share saving cars, no need to prove it or out do each other. I also think The Cold War Motors guys have probably saved more cars than all of us combined, but the reality is that less popular and/or valuable cars get used to save the more desirable ones, it's pure economics. Could he have hand crafted all of the patch panels he needed, possibly, but for $800 is was all done already. He will most likely sit on the remaining parts until he needs them or sell them someone who does.

Sid, if I was you I'd be in touch with him for any remaining sheet metal he has so you can finish your '61.
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Posted 2019-01-14 9:41 AM (#576761 - in reply to #576747)
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jboymechanic - 2019-01-13 9:21 PM


Sid, if I was you I'd be in touch with him for any remaining sheet metal he has so you can finish your '61.


My guess is, if he is really into FL he visits this site too, so I do no think that would work for me also, I refuse to support (knowingly) any butchering of restorable FL cars, for greed or publicity.
I'm a bodyman and can fabricate most, or all, of the parts myself, no need to destroy any more cars. I wish these cars will finally receive the appreciation they deserve.
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Posted 2019-01-14 4:47 PM (#576772 - in reply to #572303)
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I still have the remains of my chopped up '56 Imperial coupe that I used for parts, so I'm guilty too. I won't crush it though, I'll keep it forever or help another in need. No shame in getting parts so long as there isn't any waste.
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Posted 2019-01-14 8:32 PM (#576788 - in reply to #572303)
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Been watching g cold war motors for a long while. Thoroughly enjoy the show and his dog is precious. Can't wait to see the completion of his 60 fury coupe.
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Posted 2019-01-15 1:03 AM (#576799 - in reply to #576788)
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I'm not sure which episode it was, but I thought I heard him refer to us as the FL nerds

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Posted 2019-01-15 8:46 AM (#576808 - in reply to #576799)
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Apollo 61 - 2019-01-15 1:03 AM

I'm not sure which episode it was, but I thought I heard him refer to us as the FL nerds



No problem with that and better than a FL butcher
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Posted 2019-01-15 2:12 PM (#576822 - in reply to #572303)
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he jokes he runs the "poly talk" show... so I think he would claim he is in the FL nerd club

Hah butcher... The guy has save tons of 4 door sedans... which would be ground up in tiny little pieces. He has a ton of sedan cars, he trades anything he gets usually for old sedans.

So I guess a FL butcher is better than a FL Crusher... he's normally operating on a nearly zero budget on cars, he trades some 80's junk he has for a kind of complete 50's sedan.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdLgzZvF8qU

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Posted 2019-01-15 11:10 PM (#576850 - in reply to #576822)
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Everybody seems to be a uptight here lately Anyways I grabbed this off the 300 site. I can identify with this members post. http://www.chrysler300club.com/stories/gmoon/whattodo.html
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Posted 2019-01-18 8:40 PM (#577013 - in reply to #572303)
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Here is a link to a video where CWM save a ratty '57 Plaza from the crusher. Part 1 of 3

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdLgzZvF8qU
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Posted 2019-01-18 8:41 PM (#577014 - in reply to #572303)
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What oh he only destroys sedans!!!... That must be a fake video!
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Posted 2019-01-18 8:46 PM (#577017 - in reply to #572303)
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Saved a 1959 Canadian Dodge 4 door sedan. Part 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aU5LJ6Z8j4
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Posted 2019-01-18 8:53 PM (#577018 - in reply to #572303)
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1957 Dodge sedan saved.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wtsh-9GYrIo
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Posted 2019-01-18 8:55 PM (#577020 - in reply to #572303)
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Here is an older project where he used two really rough mopars to make one.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbWWWnPQ0AA
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Posted 2019-01-18 8:59 PM (#577021 - in reply to #572303)
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And a pair of 1955 Dodge coupes. I wish I could just do what this guy does all day every day!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxjZuCVCnD0
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Posted 2019-02-13 5:49 AM (#578134 - in reply to #572303)
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At long last - part 9 in the 1960 Plymouth Fury 2-door hardtop series.

I've yet to watch it but, from the video description, "This time: Repairing the carburetor, building new brake lines, tuning up the distributor, and fabricating rust repair panels for the drivers side quarter panel."

Nearly 50 minutes long, this episode :

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Posted 2019-02-13 9:11 AM (#578136 - in reply to #572303)
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that's a ton of metal work... tons and tons He is pretty good at it.
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Posted 2019-02-13 11:34 AM (#578144 - in reply to #578136)
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Nice work just using hand tools.

I just showed this Cold War vid to a freind of mine who does master fabrication work. This spring were going to attempt some 61 Fury patch panels. He has all the proper metal working machines to do it. He builds from scratch custom tear drop trailers,rat rods,gassers. Here is a sample of his work on a Nomad gasser. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=1hek909&qft=+filterui%3auserpag...

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Posted 2019-02-13 1:39 PM (#578158 - in reply to #572303)
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building chevys? Just go out and buy some crappy Taiwan stampings... stick em on...

rat rods are quicky builds... slap em together and go. Hell they want dents and rust
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Posted 2019-02-13 2:39 PM (#578163 - in reply to #578158)
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mikes2nd - 2019-02-13 1:39 PM

building chevys? Just go out and buy some crappy Taiwan stampings... stick em on...

rat rods are quicky builds... slap em together and go. Hell they want dents and rust :)


I tend to admire people who have fabrication skills that I do not YET have. I didn't post that video to highlight 55 Chevys or rat rods. Just the fabrication skills it takes to make such a car. To be able to cut the frame and make a precision custom straight axle front end. (With disc brakes) The tilt front end in this vid is all metal,sturdy,precision, with factory door gaps. It goes together like a snipers rifle. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=55+chevy+tilt+front+end&&view=d...

I will post a vid of the 61 ply panels when there done and they can be criticized then. Unless there's a aftermarket source for 61 Plymouth that I don't know about?
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Posted 2019-03-13 5:56 PM (#579296 - in reply to #572303)
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*Finally* - part 10 is up. From the video description:

"We're back with more of our 1960 Plymouth Fury Daily Driver Project! Before I can finish the restoration of the bodywork, I decided to rebuild all of the brakes and rear axle seals while it was in the garage waiting its turn for welding."

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Posted 2019-03-22 1:57 AM (#579698 - in reply to #572303)
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In successive weeks for the first time in a while - part 11.

Just starting to watch it - from the video description:

"Hi guys! We're back with more 1960 Fury Project! This time we'll start on the welding to repair the rust in the door jamb, and fit the door to the 1/4 panel a bit better, as well as get going on the light collision damage to the yellow 1/4..."

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Posted 2019-03-31 6:00 AM (#580163 - in reply to #572303)
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If I were to guess, Scott wants to burn on this baby enough to get it on the road by summer. Part 12 just posted.

From the video description: "Hi guys! We're back with more 1960 Fury Project! This time we'll start making up the repair panels for the right rear 1/4 panel... Lots of rust and damage to sort out, so I am going to keep plowing through the job! Also, this week I pulled the Frazer back out and we took the first trip for chips of the year in the old barge. 6 volt cranking at the end of the video, for anyone who likes that kind of thing..."

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Posted 2019-03-31 11:21 AM (#580177 - in reply to #572303)
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He did a great job on getting the complex curve done on that trunk drop-down. It's not real easy to do that. On the dogleg, it looked like it was in pretty good shape. If so, I would have left the original there and tacked the new panel to it. Then cut it off and finish welding it to the new panel while off the car. Pretty easy to clean it up and straighten it while the panel is free. That would have saved a lot of work trying to get that dog leg right.
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Posted 2019-04-08 12:25 AM (#580518 - in reply to #572303)
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Part 13 just posted - from the video description:

"HI! We're back with Part 13 of the Fury rebuild! This time I'll finish the last of the pieces needed to redo the right quarter, and then it's time to fit it all together! Also: I delivered the 1969 Mercury Cougar XR7 back to my friend, and I thought we'd have a look at his collection while we were over for a visit... I look forward to taking a closer look at a few of his cars and bikes here this summer; I think we should also take some of them for a drive!"

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Posted 2019-04-25 1:14 PM (#581344 - in reply to #572303)
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Part 14 is now live - from the video description:

"HI! We're back with Part 14 of the Fury rebuild! This time I'll be joined by Agent 223 and we'll get the rear 1/4 window repaired and fitting while the quarter panel is off... Then, it's time to pull the rear clip again and get it ready to weld on for the final time. I'll also start fitting all of the repair panels to the quarter and tack them in place before taking the whole thing off again to finish the welding and fitting."

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Posted 2019-04-25 1:23 PM (#581349 - in reply to #572303)
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he said he might be picking up another fwl car hah
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Posted 2019-05-25 6:33 AM (#582505 - in reply to #572303)
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At last, part 15 of the 1960 Plymouth Fury build is up - from the video description:

"HI! We're back with Part 15 of the Fury rebuild! This time I'll get the right 1/4 panel dialed in with Agent 673 and I'll install the trunk repair panels and then the big day as the right 1/4 goes on for the final time! No rest for the wicked though, and I'm immediately on to making more repair pieces for the left side... Now that the worst of the metal work is roughed in, the project is going to pick up speed!

I hope you enjoy our "Turn up the Base" feature this week: a 1958 Citroen 2CV on loan from Agent 9088, our west-coast French Car Division star... He purchased the car in Edmonton here, and it was taking a rest at CWMC before shipping home to Vancouver, so we had to take it for a burn around the compound! I think you'll find it is deserving of the title of "Most Base Thing Ever"!" :

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Posted 2019-05-25 4:56 PM (#582517 - in reply to #572303)
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Scott is pretty good to get that outer wheelhouse lip correct. It does get covered with trim so i think he is happy about that. that huge piece of stainless just means you need a good base there and not perfect.







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Posted 2019-05-27 4:27 PM (#582570 - in reply to #572303)
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I thought the same, "she'll be right, big bit of trim covers that" but no, the big bit of trim wont sit right if its not right underneath

The other thing is it has to fit into the bumper recess properly and also line up with the bit that covers the front of the wheel arch ect

I am aiming at not using all that trim on mine

Someone on here photoshoped a sedan into a 4drht that was pretty much exactly how I am trying to build mine



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Posted 2019-05-27 5:15 PM (#582574 - in reply to #572303)
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That^ looks really good!
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Posted 2019-06-01 7:27 AM (#582785 - in reply to #572303)
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Part 16 is now live - from the video description:

"HI! We're back with Part 16 of the Fury rebuild! This time we're on to the left side of the car, and I'll start by repairing the wheel house so that we can begin to fit the repair panels for that side. I also decided to do another splice; this time the right front fender gets the treatment! The Fury is really starting to take shape now, and we're going to keep plowing through it to finish it in less than a year of spare time...

I hope you enjoy our "Sketchy Dust-in" feature this week: a clean 1989 BMW 320i in for some tidying courtesy of Agent 0842... One of the fastest jobs yet; start to finish in 48 hours, including bodywork, prep, and paint!

Also this week: Agent 223 stops in in his sweet 1964 Galaxie 500 to kick the tires for a bit and Frankers is pretty proud of the gigantic stick she found!"

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Posted 2019-06-22 6:50 PM (#583877 - in reply to #572303)
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"Coldwarmotors: The real cold war bodywork was done with lead - REAL MEN! ----------------------- looks like 'real men' leaded right over old paint. "

Part 17 is finally live - from the video description:

"HI! We're back with Part 17 of the Fury rebuild! This time I'll get the left 1/4 panel dialed in and we'll have a look at tidying up the engine bay and swapping in the correct wheel wells ahead of the firewall. The engine colour has always bothered me, so what better than a Poly Dust-in to sort it out? Also, Agent 223 dropped in to show me his "new" camera and I figured we should have a look at his sweet 1951 Mercury pickup which has been put together just the way I like to see them!" :

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Now why did they swap inner fenders on it? I missed the reason.
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Posted 2019-06-23 11:33 PM (#583962 - in reply to #572303)
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60 dodge are different from 60 plymouth. Engine looks 100 times better with silver.

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Posted 2019-06-23 11:39 PM (#583963 - in reply to #572303)
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Yeah, the blue motor really looked out of place.
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Posted 2019-06-24 12:06 AM (#583965 - in reply to #572303)
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yeah firewalls are a pita... esp if you dont completely rip out everything.

Im curious to see how he pulls it off if he doesnt.

He said that he typically has to do everything he can to make the highest quality or the internet trolls are like "omg he does crap"... That lower quarter is an insane task... not many can pull that off.
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He's crazy for welding it all together in one long line though. It's a lot easier to weld it to the body in more manageable sections. The vertical parts of the welds don't warp on you because of how curved the panel is in that area.
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Posted 2019-06-29 5:47 PM (#584232 - in reply to #572303)
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Part 18 is up in time for plenty of weekend - looks like a little update on the 1959 Chrysler Windsor 4-door sedan he recently rescued as well. From the video description:

"HI! We're back with Part 18 of the Fury rebuild! This time we'll tackle painting the firewall the correct colour and start reassembling the front end of the car... I still have lots of rust repair to do as well, so we can have a look at how I did the right headlight eyebrow repair... Also: Agent 303 stopped in s owe figured we'd try to fix some of the hinges and latches on the 1959 Chrysler so we could refit the hood and trunk lid to help the car look a lot better!"

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Powerflite - 2019-06-24 12:58 AM He's crazy for welding it all together in one long line though. It's a lot easier to weld it to the body in more manageable sections. The vertical parts of the welds don't warp on you because of how curved the panel is in that area.

he seems to want to hammer it out. He has it open and can hammer it flat.  It seems crazy...

making those fender fronts is no easy task.

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Posted 2019-06-30 7:16 PM (#584261 - in reply to #572303)
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I have the same issues with mine, but a couple of years ago, I bought a left and right rust free cut

I hope its going to make that repair much easier

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Posted 2019-07-14 12:04 AM (#584788 - in reply to #572303)
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Part 19 is live at last - from the video description:

"HI! We're back with Part 19 of the Fury rebuild! This time we'll tackle painting a few more pieces and mock up the the front end of the car, including the badly damaged lower front valence panel. More rust repair too; this time the bottom of the left fender gets a piece made... Also: Agent 673 stopped in so we got a chance to make another riveting episode of "My Classic Darts" featuring the cigarette boxes we found in the 59 Chrysler. Agent 0826 also bought a classic Dart, so we'd better take it fir a spin!"

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Posted 2019-07-21 2:46 AM (#585043 - in reply to #572303)
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Part 20 is now live - from the video description:

"HI! We're back with Part 20 of the Fury rebuild! This time we'll tackle finishing the repairs to the front valence panel and do a little more work to the right door on the car. We also get started readying the fenders for bodywork by cleaning them up inside and getting some primer on a few things...Also: Agent 673 stopped in to laugh at me after I burned my hand on the hot door, so that was funny. We never miss a chance to talk about cars with the one and only Agent 303, and we'll be setting up to get started on "Straight-8 Showdown" here pretty soon!"

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Posted 2019-08-10 7:35 PM (#585843 - in reply to #572303)
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And, at long last, part 21 is up - from the video description:

"HI! We're back with Part 21 of the Fury rebuild! This time we'll be sorting out panel fit before finally tacking the whole rear of the car in place for the final time! Also, the left front fender needs some attention to sort some old damage. I've moved the car to the other side of the building here, so we are very close to getting to the bodywork, and finally, paint! The usual suspects are on hand to help and harass me to finish this monster touch-up job!..."

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Posted 2019-08-12 11:16 AM (#585901 - in reply to #572303)
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"A couple dozen beer joules and this thing is back on the road."
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Posted 2019-10-19 3:05 PM (#589005 - in reply to #572303)
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And, at LONG last (was put on hiatus after Scott & company decided to take on the task of getting two straight-8's running - a 1950 Buick Super 2-door hardtop with an OHV 264 cid 8 and a 1953 Packard Clipper 4-door sedan with a 327 cid flathead 8), part 22 of the 1960 Plymouth Fury is posted at last. From the video description:

"HI! We're back with Part 22 of the Fury rebuild! This time we'll be fitting up the front of the Fury including the sketchy old hood... Also, the shabby old lower valence panel is finally ready for some primer, and there's a "My Classic Tire" Winter Grips Special, haha! I also wanted to introduce a Citroen DS project that I've been working on here... I hope to be finishing these two projects this winter, so there will be lots of updates on the way!"

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Posted 2019-10-20 9:58 PM (#589053 - in reply to #572303)
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It's funny that his glasses have the same shape as the front grille of his '60 Fury.



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Posted 2019-10-24 8:45 PM (#589214 - in reply to #572303)
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The work that Scott does is phenomenal.
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Posted 2019-11-16 4:10 PM (#590225 - in reply to #572303)
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And here's part 23 of the 1960 Plymouth Fury project by "coldwarmotors" - from the video description:

"HI! We're back with Part 23 of the Fury rebuild! This time we'll be getting some dents out of the trunk lid, finishing up the welding around the windshield opening, and then we'll be getting into the floor repairs in the front... I knew the Dart needed some work in this area, so I guess I'd better get the last of the welding underway so we can start the fun stuff!"

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Posted 2019-12-07 9:08 PM (#591252 - in reply to #572303)
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And, at long last, here's part 24 of the 1960 Fury project. From the video description:

"HI! We're back with Part 24 of the Fury rebuild! This time we'll be starting the bodywork on the car after we strip all of the old paint and finish a few last dents and adjustments! We'll also have a look at the damage on the back of the Citroen DS and sort out this old repair that was not done very well. Dean stops in to help and I even got him blocking the Fury when he's not wheeling and dealing his junkers, haha! A quick look at Agent 7889's Winter Beater Subaru after an unfortunate bumper incident will round out the festivities..."

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Posted 2019-12-15 3:03 AM (#591614 - in reply to #572303)
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Not a dedicated video, but it does have a lengthy 1960 Fury update from yesterday (Saturday, 12-14-19) - from the video description:

"HI! We're back and going at the 1960 Fury bodywork... A couple more little dents to hammer out, and Dean knows there is lots of sanding still to go! Agent 223 has his Winter Beater Mercedes on the road already, so we should take it for a test drive, and last but not least, the My Classic Tire shirts are ready! We put together this episode to show off the rarest gem: the double-pinstripe snow tire! It is so awesome we mounted it up and printed it on a shirt with Frankers, head of the Classic Tire Division!" :

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Posted 2019-12-15 8:26 PM (#591659 - in reply to #572303)
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He has a lot of guts on episode 24, putting that much heat into the middle of the hood. But it looks like a good method to initiate the shrink process if that is required to fix it. It might be safer to fix the dent without it, and use a shrinking disc afterward, as required.
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Posted 2019-12-16 6:58 AM (#591678 - in reply to #591659)
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Powerflite - 2019-12-15 8:26 PM

He has a lot of guts on episode 24, putting that much heat into the middle of the hood.


I thought the same thing and for my taste he heats sheet metal way too much, that is not a dark glow anymore.
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Posted 2019-12-21 12:02 PM (#591872 - in reply to #572303)
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Part 3... is he going to have a shorter roof to deal with?

I think the 60 fury trim fills the gap?

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Posted 2019-12-21 2:34 PM (#591882 - in reply to #591872)
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fredeo - 2019-12-21 12:02 PM Part 3... is he going to have a shorter roof to deal with? I think the 60 fury trim fills the gap?

 

I thought so also but the fury trim fills the gap,  Chrysler wasnt dumb, one roof fits all(2dr ht at least).

as for the heat he knows what he is doing... it scary to me also since im not a pro at that.



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Posted 2019-12-21 4:04 PM (#591889 - in reply to #572303)
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Part 25:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLiwF7pttho&feature=em-uploademail
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Posted 2019-12-21 7:00 PM (#591892 - in reply to #572303)
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he's a way better metal man than i first thought ----------------------------------------------------later
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Posted 2019-12-21 11:23 PM (#591898 - in reply to #572303)
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And, part 25 is up - from the video description:

"Hi guys! We're back again with another Fury update here! This time I'll start test-fitting the stainless trim that goes on the car around the rear wheel arches. This is something I wasn't looking forward to, because all of the structure there is made from scratch, and the trim is a very tight fit. This had to be done to avoid trouble once the car is painted, and it is easy to make adjustments now. All of the clips had to be made up too, so the process is pretty tedious!"

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Posted 2019-12-29 2:59 AM (#592169 - in reply to #572303)
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Yep, part 26 is up - gotta be full-on winter in Alberta. From the description:

"Hi guys! We're back again with another Fury update! This time we're going to strip the rest of the old paint and tidy up the rest of the bodywork, and get the car ready for its first full coat of primer!"

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Posted 2019-12-29 12:19 PM (#592183 - in reply to #572303)
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Scott's really doing a nice job! His metal working talents are phenomenal. Cant wait to see some color on this Fury.
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Posted 2019-12-29 1:26 PM (#592187 - in reply to #572303)
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he's said before he has to be absolutely meticulous on his online projects.

Because of internet skeptics... if he doesn't show all the perfect work, they will go "oh he makes s**t". Which they will.

He does high end restores also
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Posted 2020-01-04 4:46 PM (#592467 - in reply to #572303)
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And, here's part 27 of the 1960 Fury project - from the description:

"Hi guys! We're back again with another Fury update! This time we'll get some colour on the insides of all of the panels, and spray all of the jambs so the car can go back together for the final time!"

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Posted 2020-01-18 8:12 PM (#593167 - in reply to #572303)
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And here's part 29 of the 1960 Fury project - have no idea where part 28 went. From the video description:

"Hi guys! We're back again with another Fury update! We're reassembling the car and getting everything fitted for the final time... Still lots of adjusting, bending, and sanding before the final coat of primer goes on! Agent 303 stops in and we'll try to put a couple of not-very-classic tires together for his winter beater LTD! Agent 223 is on the scene to update us on the Citroen DS project, this time mocking up the air conditioning evaporator. A short book review ensues in the bar, and Frankers has new boots to get through the snow!"

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Posted 2020-02-02 3:22 PM (#593740 - in reply to #572303)
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Put up a new video. Finally got paint on the beautiful beast! Takes one heck of a painter to do a nice single stage metallic paint.
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Posted 2020-02-02 6:48 PM (#593747 - in reply to #572303)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIrovyRAV9o&t=333s
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Posted 2020-02-18 6:40 AM (#594452 - in reply to #572303)
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I love this video series. Beats all the other high dollar Speed Vision shows in that it shows some actual "work" going on. I actually learned quite a bit watching him do the metal work.
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Posted 2020-02-18 8:19 AM (#594456 - in reply to #572303)
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I think this is the next installment.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMLJNl045no
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Posted 2020-02-18 10:46 AM (#594466 - in reply to #572303)
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...and I think this is the latest installment.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QG1-gO6t-C8
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