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phurious
Posted 2012-06-29 3:02 PM (#327682 - in reply to #231767)
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Here's a couple pictures from my friends wedding last summer. We had 7 people in the Fury, although 2 of them were kids...



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phurious
Posted 2012-07-02 11:04 AM (#328066 - in reply to #231767)
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FIN ME
Posted 2012-07-02 12:39 PM (#328081 - in reply to #231767)
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Stylin'!!!

Cool guys in a way cool car.



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phurious
Posted 2012-07-11 4:54 PM (#329389 - in reply to #231767)
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I bought a 1957 NOS Plymouth front LH fender in factory black primer with the yellow part number stamped inside of it at Carlisle. It spent the last 31 years locked in an attic of a closed Plymouth dealer in Texas. I believe it was called "Springs Motors".

By far my best Carlisle score ever!
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phurious
Posted 2012-08-13 10:37 AM (#334423 - in reply to #231767)
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Saturday at the "Hot Rod Farm"



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bel5758
Posted 2012-08-13 1:21 PM (#334451 - in reply to #334423)
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Holy crap-ola!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Look at all those beautiful cars - in one place at one time!

That must be FL heaven there, cuz that sure ain't no place on planet!

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BarnFind57
Posted 2012-08-13 1:32 PM (#334455 - in reply to #231767)
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Wow! What a beautiful picture those make....

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59CRL
Posted 2012-08-13 5:25 PM (#334476 - in reply to #334455)
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Really nice car, wow you can really pack alot of people in the old rides.
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58sportsuburban
Posted 2012-08-13 8:17 PM (#334490 - in reply to #334423)
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phurious - 2012-08-13 10:37 AM

Saturday at the "Hot Rod Farm"


The first four on the left belong to Fury Jim, he has 7 more in the garage.......

Then my wagon, Johnny's black beauty, and Ron C's Fury.

Also not seen but in attendance was Fast59Desoto's .......DESOTO.

And two '56's Desoto's, both belonging to "Desoto Joe" who isn't on the forum.
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FIN ME
Posted 2012-08-14 9:24 AM (#334552 - in reply to #231767)
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Very nice line up! You don't see that every day!

Congratulations to all of the lucky owners!


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ArnieC1958
Posted 2016-11-15 11:15 AM (#526311 - in reply to #231767)
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Nice car. Looks like a big trailer.

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Indigo Lucifer
Posted 2018-12-17 1:51 PM (#575389 - in reply to #231767)
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It looks like it's been painted Toreador Red, a 1958 color. But i suppose that was the case since they were already using 58 parts by the end of 1957. As far as i know the colors for 1957 included carnival red and sand dune white, however the car's paintjob is too bright to be carnival red and sand dune white is actually more of an ivory or pale cream color. People call the paint job like this a "Christine" paint job.

Am I correct about this car being painted toreador red and iceberg white?
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