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1960 Plymouth Fury 2dr ht
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Posted 2019-03-30 12:42 PM (#580125)
Subject: 1960 Plymouth Fury 2dr ht


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I am hunting for the complete brake and clutch pedal assembly for this car as well as some other stuff.
Items needed:
Clutch and brake pedal assembly, complete all brakets, rods, springs, bolts and clips down to the throw bearing adjuster.
Turn signal arm
Back up light lenses
Rubber boot that mounts at fire wall where the steering column goes through
The trim ring thing that goes around the speedometer, doesn't hurt to ask
Trunk lock
Passenger door glass with chrome strips that go around it
Someone with a '60 Fury or Savoy they would be willing to cut out sheet metal for rust repair.
I need body portion and trunk lid portion for the trunk seal
right side trunk floor from the hump back
passenger side rear quarter
drivers side rocker
both inner fender well lower portions where they mount at that bottom of body bulk head
Wind shield
A better hood than mine would be nice also
A parts car would be best, but where I am non existance plus shipping one would be too expensive since I am building this thing into a hot rod. I have a '65 383 commando I put in it back in '86. I frankenstiend a brake and clutch pedal assembly back then from a '62 dart. Could not get an adjustment where the thow out bearing was not riding on the pressure plate. I might go with a 440 in it, have not decided yet.

Thank you and any help as to sourcing would be greatly appreciated.
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mikes2nd
Posted 2019-03-30 2:05 PM (#580134 - in reply to #580125)
Subject: Re: 1960 Plymouth Fury 2dr ht


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sounds like a parts car is needed...


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