[GFS] Red original Fury???
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[GFS] Red original Fury???

Hi all.
There is a red 58 Plymouth Fury on the internet (not for sale)  which the owner claims to be
original factory order red.
He claims it was to be used on the movie Christine, but "was too rare to be crashed so was sent to
MoPar Mels".
This Fury was owned and restored by a Joel Bourdeaux over 18 years-does anyone know this guy?
Apparently this red Fury won "Best Fury" at Carlisle last year...is this true? I was not there. And
I find it hard to believe that the GFS would vote a red Fury as the best Fury out of all those fine
The owner also claims that there "was a factory Fury that was a factory order plum met paint on
Sweden's Ebay last year"...
Talk is cheap....what do you guys think?

it sure is real fury,,it was supplied by mopar mel for the movie as stand in
car,and it was decided to be too rare to be crashed so sent back after the
film to mels were joel bourduex bought the car way back,and spent 18 years
getting it back together,it won the best fury at carlisle show in august
last year, i was told by an old timer on forward look that you could order
even a black and red fury in 58 too,there was a 58 fury on swedens ebay last
year that was a factory order plum met paint,
i have checked all the details before buying the car as it were a lot of
money and everything checks out fine,its had a 392 hemi fitted with dual
carters,and i have just had electronic ignition fitted and some rewiring
done,, check it out at..

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