Re: [GFS] Correct #'s
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Re: [GFS] Correct #'s



     If the engine is biult to "Fury Specs" and is stamped properly [ is
this not what DCPD did anyway] is it not a Fury engine? They most
certainly
did not make blocks for just the Fury.
        Are people trying to say that if it is not the "original " engine
that came with the car than the car is worthless!!
         Than there are alot of "worthless cars" bringing big bucks!
          As I stated earlier in a post, there were engine changes made
under warranty.
                Paul

----- Original Message -----
From: "William Lewis" <reatawhippets@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Golden Fin Society" <goldenfin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, October 05, 2002 12:07 AM
Subject: [GFS] Correct #'s


> Regarding the discussion on correct #'s and what is incorrect - at least
the GFS Registry tries to keep track of all the "going's on".  Perhap's
our
obsession with what is correct and not correct, caused the early departure
of a so called "Fury" on ebay last week?  Don't know if that is true, but
we
do know the car did not have a Fury VIN.  And when called on it for an
explanation, the listing closed prematurely.  The ebay car was a beautiful
car - and nothing wrong with calling it what it is - but representing it
as
something it isn't is, is wrong.  Plain and simple.
>
> Sounds like Brian's car is all Fury with an interesting history to boot.
But, if that car evolves further into another replacement engine, then
that
is OK too - however, if the replacement engine is an LP8 with an "F"
stamped
in front of it, and no disclaimer made to future potential buyers, then
that
is not an honorable effort, regardless of what state laws say about it.
And, as keeper of the GFS Registry, and I KNOW about an "F" being applied
to
a plain old vanilla LP8 block, and have the chance to tell a potential
buyer
about it, I will do so.
>
> It is too bad Brian wasn't aware of us before purchasing his '58 Fury -
not that he would changed his mind about purchasing his car - I probably
would have still purchased it - but at least he would have been assisted,
up
front, on what his car was all about.  In the meanwhile, I am sure he is
still proud to own his genuine Fury, one of the neatest, hottest and
rarest
of cars of all time.
>
> Regards,
>
> Jack Lewis
> Founder/Editor-Golden Fin Society
> '56-'57-'58 Fury Registry
> 1956 Plymouth Fury
>
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