1973 PLYMOUTH GRAN SEDAN -- CLASSY AND LUXURIOUS PLYMOUTH
This is the final season of the "fuselage" shape that prevailed with
Chrysler products. The fuselage name was a reference to jet liners with
their broad expanse of sheet metal and as you can see with this Plymouth or
Chryslers, or Imperials, or Dodge models the imitation was visible
especially with the body bottoms tucking under. The Plymouth line-up
starting at the bottom consisted of the Valiant, then Barracuda, and Fury.
The Plymouth Gran Sedans and Gran Coupes, both hardtops, were hidden within
the Fury line and higher in stature than Fury I, II, III. These Grans reek
of luxurious interiors with many power equipments. Vinyl roofs were
standard. Price for the Gran Sedan was $4,110, the Gran Coupe: $4,064.
This year Plymouth Grans sported fresh designs mostly with the hood and
grilles. Canted cathederal-like rear taillights not only was attractive
but provided light visibility from the side. Standard fare for engines were
the 318 cid / 150 V8, but also available was the 360 / 175, 400 / 250, and
the 440 / 285. The interior sports an attractive dash, supple vinyl seats,
and faux walnut burl accents which are sprinkled around the interior
including the steering wheel. This, I believe, is an attractive luxury car
made by Plymouth which years ago was known for it's inexpensive,
gas-pinching models that competed with the likes of Ford and Chevy as a
low-price car. Thanks very much for iewing this luxury version of a 1973
Plymouth Gran Sedan.
Cold Start the 1972 Plymouth Fury! Brrrr...
Hi! Its cold and there's a lot of snow on the ol' 72 Fury. Lets see if it
will go. I bought this car about 5 years ago, and I've been using it as a
daily driver since then. It shows about 75000 miles, so it should last me a
while yet. I like these fuselage models, especially the 72 Fury. Its a mean
looking old thing! I actually hit a moose with this car last week, and it
didn't leave a mark on the car! No wonder the cops liked these things,
they're incredibly tough, even if they are a bit hard to look at. Thanks
for checking it out!
'58 Plymouth Commercial
Your New Plymouth Is Here... Now! It's the leader of the Low Priced Three!
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1973 commercial superbeetle
This 1973 commercial really brings you back to the '70s. Especially the
romantic violin music at the end is great. Gives you that luxurious
feeling, don't you agree? Not very special, but one of my favourites.
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My 1958 Plymouth Belvedere - Christine - First Ride 2009
The sun was shining and the roads were almost dry so I couldn't resist and
took her for a short ride.
If you're a fan of the movie "Christine" or 1957 / 58 Plymouths in general
don't forget to join the International Christine Club.
More information here:
440 1958 Plymouth Christine
440 and complete drivetrain built at JMCPERFORMANCE.COM
Christine on Steroids! 450 HP with 541 torque.
440 big block, Hot rodded cam, aluminum pistons, edelbrock dual fours,
hedman headers, custom aluminum 4 core radiator, 727 , 3 spd tranny, 8-3/4
rear end narrowed with posi, and 15' rocket racing aluminum wheels with
stag setup American classic white wall tires and last but not least 2.5
Magnaflow H pipe Exhaust!
Shout out to Jon at JMCperformance, you did a kick ass job on my old girl!
Love everything :D
1974 PLYMOUTH FURY 3 DEMOLITION DERBY BUILD PART 1
Part one of my next demolition derby car build for Lind Wa next june. A
1974 Plymouth fury 3. I will be working on it during the winter months.
Next will be the tear down along with the front clip removed and a 383
Plymouth Fury "Christine" 1958
This is my Plymouth Fury 1958 "Christine" 1958 build from Lego.
It thoke me 10 month's to build this car in my spare time. The car weight's
10 Kg. It's very heavy. And there for it will not drive on it's own. The
Lego axles will break of. The LPE engine is strong enough but the Lego
axles are not. but i love to build this car and now i want to have one in
real live... :-)
I hope you like the as much as i do.
Enjoy watching..... :-)