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Steppinout
Posted 2014-07-20 8:28 PM (#449806)
Subject: 1956 Plymouth Fury - $17500



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1956 Plymouth Fury - $17500
***FOR SALE 1956 PLYMOUTH FURY***

Excellent original shape.
Runs Excellent!
Recent tune-up with new distributor cap, rotor, dual points, spark plug wires, plugs, and fuel filter.
Engine: 303-cubic-inch "Polyhead" V-8
Transmission: Two Speed "Power-Flite" automatic with pushbutton controls on the dashboard.
Paint: Eggshell White w/ Gold anodized highlights.
Interior: Excellent condition...NOS Gold and Black.
1956 was the first year for the Plymouth Fury. The 1956 Fury was only sold as a 2 door hardtop and only came in eggshell white.

$17,500.00 Negotiable......
If interested Please call or text (719)994-3606 or (719) 994-3614.



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d500neil
Posted 2014-07-20 8:32 PM (#449807 - in reply to #449806)
Subject: Re: 1956 Plymouth Fury - $17500



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ronbo97
Posted 2014-07-20 8:41 PM (#449810 - in reply to #449807)
Subject: Re: 1956 Plymouth Fury - $17500


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Didn't the '56 Furys have dual quads ?

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Finsinthemirror
Posted 2014-07-20 9:50 PM (#449814 - in reply to #449810)
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Nope, standard dual quads in 57-58 only. Dealer optioned in mid-late 56 I believe.
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d500neil
Posted 2014-07-20 9:55 PM (#449816 - in reply to #449806)
Subject: Re: 1956 Plymouth Fury - $17500



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Nope (ii); Fins is correctamundo....but, the dualies were probably first available after JAN 1956, in time for the FEB Speed weeks Daytona clambake.



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Posted 2014-07-21 9:54 AM (#449864 - in reply to #449806)
Subject: Re: 1956 Plymouth Fury - $17500



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Is that the correct pattern for the fabric inserts? I haven't seen a 56 Fury up close in over 40 years and was thinking the fabric was a little closer to 57-58.
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d500neil
Posted 2014-07-21 5:16 PM (#449935 - in reply to #449806)
Subject: Re: 1956 Plymouth Fury - $17500



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AFAIK, that is the correct upholstery for a 56 Fury.

What a sweet car/restoration; tachometer, too, in it.

The 55-56 "chair height" seats are very comfortable, compared to the "chaise lounger" seats in the 57+ cars.

As a card-carrying Dodge Boy, I've had this factory sheet since 2008 (the photocopy says...)

The 56 Fury dual-quads was available as part of a sort of D-500-1 option package (but without further ft/rr springs
upgrades---altho 15x6.5" wheels and a sway bar were provided)...as part of its "High Performance Group" #362.

This package was probably available around the FEB date of the Daytona Speed Weeks, but, as you can see, its
issue date was cut-off.

Gonna see if I can get a clean, complete copy of this guy.

Its wholesale cost was $527.50 and its retail price was $694.10.











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tjsfury
Posted 2014-07-27 1:45 PM (#450615 - in reply to #449806)
Subject: RE: 1956 Plymouth Fury - $17500


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56D500boy
Posted 2020-05-15 1:14 PM (#598318 - in reply to #449816)
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d500neil - 2014-07-20 6:55 PM
Nope (ii); Fins is correctamundo....but, the dualies were probably first available after JAN 1956, in time for the FEB Speed weeks Daytona clambake.


Sorry to dredge up this old thread but I found it while looking for something else and could not leave it without correcting the conjecture that the Furys went to Daytona in February 1956 with factory dual quads. They didn't.

As per the May 1956 Hot Rod magazine article, there was a dual quad Fury at the 56 Speed trials but the dual quad manifold was borrowed from a 300B (along with the carbs) and it was cobbled together on the 303 with some shop-made spacers. The resulting dual quad Fury ran as a prototype, not a stock class car. The results were outstanding, regardless.





REFERENCE: http://www.forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=64706&...

Sorry Neil (RIP)



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