Plymouth yet again delivered in the full-size series lineup with the Fury and VIP. Standard features included a 318 cu. in V8 or 225 cu. in 6-cylinder engine, and the Plymouth Fury I was the lowest priced among the Fury II, Fury III, Sport Fury and VIP. Seventeen different exterior colors are available for the Fury III, while the inside is coated in rich fabric and vinyl with color-keyed carpeting. Additional options included air-conditioning, front disc brakes, textured vinyl roof and an 8-track tape player. While a 3-speed manual was standard, also available was a 3-speed automatic or 4-on-the-floor manual transmission.
For the 1968 Sport Fury, there were 3 available including a convertible, fast top, and hardtop; all with standard equipment including all-vinyl bucket seats. A vinyl top was available in 3 different colors: black, green-on-green, and gold-on-white. Inside, there was a choice between a floor-mounted console with transmission shift or center seat with a fold-down armrest. Four engines were available, including the standard 318 cu. in. V8, a Super Commando 440 V8, Commando 383 4-barrel V8, or a Commando 383 2-barrel V8.
For the1968 Plymouth VIP you had a choice of 17 body colors along with deluxe wheel covers, fender skirts, trunk light, glove box light, electric clock and Torsion-bar suspension were all standard features as well. Optional equipment included vinyl roof covering, Auto-Speed Control, Tilt-A-Scope steering, power brakes, air-conditioning, 6-way power seat adjustment, and the list goes on.
Noteworthy features for 1968 included the addition of federally mandated side marker lights. The Fast Top filtered down to the Fury III, while the Fury I lost its lone station wagon. A practical new feature was a time-delay ignition switch light to make starting up easier at night.
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- 3-Speed Manual
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