In 1960, the Fury was no longer a high performance sports sedan, but a whole line of top-series Plymouths. Sport Fury took up the Fury performance banner.
This year, Chrysler introduced an induction system of tuned intake cross-ram manifolds, which increased low end torque for drag racing but reduced high-RPM power (James C. Tessin). More important, it moved to unit-body construction for greater rigidity and better cornering. Engine-wise, the 318 Poly “A” engine (badged “V800”) continued, which saw production thru 1966 (1967 in Canada), and the B-series 361 and 383 (up to 330HP) were available, which, with a slight overbore to 400 CID in 1972, continued basically unchanged thru 1978. Base models received the groundbreaking 225 CID all-new slant six, producing 145 HP at 4000 rpm.
Inside each Plymouth Fury there is embossing on the upholstery with a choice of 5 different colors; blue, green, red, caramel and turquoise. An additional feature includes an RCA automatic record player that fits underneath the instrument panel. It played up to fourteen 45 RPM 7” records consecutively.
Browse 1960 Plymouth Fury For Sale in The MCG™ Marketplace
230 hp @ 4400/260 hp @ 4400
340 lb-ft @ 2400/ 345 lb-ft @ 2800
305 hp @ 4600
395 lb-ft @ 3000
145 hp @ 4000
- 3-speed Manual
- TorqueFlite Auto
- PowerFlite Auto
Golden Commando 395
V800 Super Pak (in a station wagon)
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