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Viper Guy
Posted 2019-11-25 8:43 PM (#590752)
Subject: '58 Fury



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1958 Plymouth Fury
Dallas County, TX
Photo 1958 Plymouth Fury
$19,800
Collector Car Ads 30+ days ago
3,800
Miles
1958
Year
Description

The car was restored a number of years ago by a well-known Christine guy named Mopar Mel. It was redone entirely at the time, frame off, and since it changed hands a couple of times in the last ten or 15 years, it was almost all redone again afterwards, including a tremendous amount of work under my ownership in the last year or so.

Result is a car that is in no way perfect, but is a very good driver, and still super nice to be presented at local car shows, which I did often, winning prizes along the way. Whenever I show it around, people are drawn to it like crazy and the car is always the star of the show.

The interior is beautifully done as a red and black Fury, with period correct looking patterns and fabric. The rare headliner is in great shape, 150-mile speedo, chrome cluster surround and mouldings, very nice shape throughout. The original radio was converted into a AM-FM-iPod input radio, but still works using the original knobs, buttons and dial, a fantastic feature.

Body and floors are in good straight shape, although the paint could need a polishing. There are a couple of flaws and scratches here and there in the paint, as you should expect with a car that?s driven and has an older restoration.

Car is equipped with power steering, power brakes, windshield washer (no hoses presently but otherwise all there), backup light, dual rear antennas, deluxe rearview mirrors, padded sunvisors, padded dash, optional original floor mats, clock (not working).

The motor is a 383 cubic inch from 1968 with the desireable dual four-barrel carburators setup. This engine is coupled with a push-button three speed torqueflite transmission. Both were rebuilt during the restoration of the car years ago.

Car looks familiar but can't place it. Seems it was on this website sometime back. Might be worth a look if still available for a driver and not totally original. Still looks good though.



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mstrug
Posted 2019-11-26 6:56 AM (#590766 - in reply to #590752)
Subject: Re: '58 Fury



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Completely useless without a web site to go to.
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spikemike
Posted 2019-11-26 9:31 AM (#590774 - in reply to #590752)
Subject: Re: '58 Fury



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This one is a scam, and I almost fell for it. Check out the thread below - the same scam story is being used for multiple types of collectible vehicles. They get you to wire them money and then you never hear from them again.

https://forum.ih8mud.com/threads/apparent-scam-beware.1147259/
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Cmangeot
Posted 2019-11-26 9:48 AM (#590775 - in reply to #590752)
Subject: Re: '58 Fury


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They all use the same photos from about 5 different auctions from the past. None are legitimate. Buyer beware.
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