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frwl
Posted 2019-10-25 3:33 PM (#589249)
Subject: 1957 Plymouth Fury Hardtop


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1957 Plymouth Fury Hardtop from bringatrailer.com

https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1957-plymouth-fury/





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56D500boy
Posted 2019-10-25 4:02 PM (#589251 - in reply to #589249)
Subject: RE: 1957 Plymouth Fury Hardtop



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This photo hurt my brain. Why?

(I know why - do you?)

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jboymechanic
Posted 2019-10-25 4:22 PM (#589254 - in reply to #589249)
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Shouldn't the exhaust hang under the trans cross member? Not between the body and the chassis.
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56D500boy
Posted 2019-10-25 4:57 PM (#589259 - in reply to #589254)
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jboymechanic - 2019-10-25 1:22 PM
Shouldn't the exhaust hang under the trans cross member? Not between the body and the chassis.


Maybe but that is not the issue.

Try again?

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frwl
Posted 2019-10-25 5:30 PM (#589263 - in reply to #589249)
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Checking window in the fluid coupling housing?
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Paul Hettick
Posted 2019-10-25 6:32 PM (#589264 - in reply to #589249)
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Spin on oil filter?
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Paul Hettick
Posted 2019-10-25 6:32 PM (#589266 - in reply to #589249)
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The skirts gotta go
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56D500boy
Posted 2019-10-25 6:40 PM (#589269 - in reply to #589266)
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Does this help? (Think left/right and where the filter, starter and Transfiller tube should be)

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CaprockClassics
Posted 2019-10-25 8:08 PM (#589275 - in reply to #589249)
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I don't get what you're trying to prove with the flipped photo? Filter is on the passenger side of the car, like it's supposed to. Undercarriage shots walk from front to back of the car in order showing all areas to be as they're supposed to. If you're saying the photos are upside down, that's your personal opinion, but there's nothing physically wrong with the engine/trans setup that I can see...~

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56D500boy
Posted 2019-10-25 8:51 PM (#589277 - in reply to #589275)
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CaprockClassics - 2019-10-25 5:08 PM

I don't get what you're trying to prove with the flipped photo? Filter is on the passenger side of the car, like it's supposed to. Undercarriage shots walk from front to back of the car in order showing all areas to be as they're supposed to. If you're saying the photos are upside down, that's your personal opinion, but there's nothing physically wrong with the engine/trans setup that I can see...~
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These can't both be correct:



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CaprockClassics
Posted 2019-10-25 11:13 PM (#589289 - in reply to #589249)
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Yes they can, because imagine you are laying under the car, and spin your body 180 degrees and the new perspective is the other pic. You confused yourself by creating the optical illusion with that flipped pic you made. Look at the steering box, that is always the driver's side, and the oil filter is on the opposite (passenger side) in both pics. It's a bizarre illusion, and arguably the pics could have been from a better perspective, but the confusion is all in our heads. :D

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56D500boy
Posted 2019-10-26 1:55 AM (#589292 - in reply to #589289)
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I do not believe that I am confused. The tires are at the front of the car and the eBrake drum is towards the rear of the car. The steering box, pitman arm and the starter are on the driver's side with the oil filter and transmission filler on the passenger side. Right?

Like this (original photo with a horizontal flip):

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60 Imp
Posted 2019-10-26 2:17 AM (#589295 - in reply to #589249)
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Thats a nice looking Fury. Dunno why you would Bring a Trailer, looks like it just needs fuel??

Steve.

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56D500boy
Posted 2019-10-26 11:57 AM (#589309 - in reply to #589292)
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Sorry, I can't this one go.

Only one of these 57 Fury undercarriage photos is correct.

The Left one or the Right one?



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GregCon
Posted 2019-10-26 1:12 PM (#589314 - in reply to #589249)
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I wouldn't let it bother you. With today's photo editing software, just be glad it doesn't have boobs and a third member.
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moparsteve
Posted 2019-10-26 2:26 PM (#589319 - in reply to #589249)
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i just cant believe you guys are so nit picky about a beautiful example...you could eat your dinner off the bottom... he

also has a pristine terra-cotta 300f special...
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Ev's62Chrysler
Posted 2019-10-26 3:21 PM (#589321 - in reply to #589309)
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56D500boy - 2019-10-26 11:57 AM

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Sorry, I can't this one go.

Only one of these 57 Fury undercarriage photos is correct.

The Left one or the Right one?



Top photo (same as in ad) is correct. Not sure why you're mirroring it. Lay down under your car and take a look.

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mstrug
Posted 2019-10-26 4:31 PM (#589323 - in reply to #589249)
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TOP one.
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56D500boy
Posted 2019-10-26 4:34 PM (#589324 - in reply to #589321)
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moparsteve - 2019-10-26 11:26 AM

I just can't believe you guys are so nit picky about a beautiful example...you could eat your dinner off the bottom..


Well I wasn't being picky about the condition of the car. However, now that you mention it, when the car left the factory for the 57 Model year, there is no way that it was so clean and shiny on the underfloor. Over-restored IMO.

BUT that is not what I was pointing out.

Ev's62Chrysler - 2019-10-26 12:21 PM
Top photo (same as in ad) is correct. Not sure why you're mirroring it. Lay down under your car and take a look.


Been under my 56 Dodge with V8, PS and Powerflite many times, including installing a rebuilt starter, neutral safety switch, seat belt anchors, etc.

I repeat:

56D500boy - 2019-10-25 10:55 PM.
I do not believe that I am confused. The tires are at the front of the car and the eBrake drum is towards the rear of the car. The steering box, pitman arm and the starter are on the driver's side with the oil filter and transmission filler on the passenger side.




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wheelcover
Posted 2019-10-29 11:06 AM (#589469 - in reply to #589249)
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Viper Guy
Posted 2019-10-29 5:38 PM (#589488 - in reply to #589249)
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Auction ended at $46K and no sale. Super nice way over restored car but it is what it is. I'd still drive it on clear dry days though if I owned it.
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