1960 Plymouth Fury
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Posted 2020-07-26 1:52 PM (#601358)
Subject: 1960 Plymouth Fury


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1960 Plymouth Fury 2 Door Hardtop

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Finsinthemirror
Posted 2020-07-26 2:32 PM (#601362 - in reply to #601358)
Subject: Re: 1960 Plymouth Fury



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SO beautiful. Black cars are a TON of work to keep clean though.. seems like 5 minutes after you're done they're dirty again. Sure does look awesome though!
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Viper Guy
Posted 2020-07-26 2:52 PM (#601365 - in reply to #601358)
Subject: Re: 1960 Plymouth Fury



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My brother and I shared a black convertible. Must've made people jealous as the top was slashed while parked at our senior prom. It was a beautiful car though - probably one of the few at the time.
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madfins
Posted 2020-08-03 10:46 PM (#601668 - in reply to #601358)
Subject: Re: 1960 Plymouth Fury


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Car sold today for $43,000.00

https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1960-plymouth-fury-2/

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Suddenlyits1960!
Posted 2020-08-04 12:01 AM (#601671 - in reply to #601668)
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Wow! $43k,I guess 1960 Plymouth’s are starting to be appreciated more. It’s a stunning car,but I’d prefer “aqua mist”,”spring green” or turquoise and no toilet seat. I’d also lose the skirts and add an aero wheel.
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1960fury
Posted 2020-08-04 6:46 AM (#601676 - in reply to #601671)
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Suddenlyits1960! - 2020-08-04 12:01 AM

Wow! $43k,I guess 1960 Plymouth’s are starting to be appreciated more. It’s a stunning car,but I’d prefer “aqua mist”,”spring green” or turquoise and no toilet seat. I’d also lose the skirts and add an aero wheel.


Years ago a 60 Fury Sonoramic Coupe was auctioned and fetched, IIRC, @ 250K. Yes, aqua/green would be my choice too but the skirts emphasize the long an low look, which was the fad in the late 50s.
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tberd62
Posted 2020-08-15 6:13 PM (#602098 - in reply to #601358)
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I would like to see where and when that Sonoramic Coupe was sold. Do you think you could find a link? I happen to have one.
That black coupe was nice. I would loose that bumper guard. It just detracts from the dip of that big beautiful grill.
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CaprockClassics
Posted 2020-08-15 9:45 PM (#602107 - in reply to #601358)
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The highest selling 1960 Plymouth I have recorded is this convert for $209k back in 2018, but it's a convertible. Never seen a hardtop bring more than $110k even during the bubble.

https://rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/hf18/hershey/lots/r0087-1960-plym...

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1960fury
Posted 2020-08-16 7:35 AM (#602112 - in reply to #601358)
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I'm pretty sure it was a black? sono coupe and that cvtl I have never seen before. That coupe was in the 200+K range and way before 2018.
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