Re: [GFS] $100K Fury
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Re: [GFS] $100K Fury



Art.
That is Richard Allocca. His Fury was in the Snap-On tools calendar one year-must have gone to his head. Years ago I corresponded with him regarding some Fury parts that he had for sale. He wanted insane prices for those parts....real insane prices! And he was not negotiable at all. I doubt he sold any of the stuff. Obviously he has a different perspective on what things are worth compared to normal people.
When trying to negotiate with him, he struck me as a very angry man.
Glenn.
57 Fury.

ArthurWLinden@xxxxxxx wrote:

> The October issue of Hemmings has the following Ad:
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>     "PLYMOUTH: 1957 Fury, professionally restored  original low mileage auto,
> a #1, 2nd owner since 1980, many publications, many  awards, perhaps the best
> anywhere, no disappointments, a value at $100,000,  serious buyers please.
> 973-699-4432, NJ; of richarda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx"
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> Does anyone know this car?  Is it owned by a club member?
>
> Art Linden
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