For the 1967 Plymouth Fury, the company reshaped the sheet metal that had resurrected its full-size cars by relaxing the straight lines to form sensuous curves.
Ads proclaiming that “Plymouth is out to win you over this year” were likely aimed at Pontiac buyers, as well as Ford and Chevy fans. Certainly, the new Fury line looked more upscale and was deliberately equipped to woo a few buyers from the middle-price range.
The new styling featured prominent front and rear fender lines. The former emerged from a gentle crease at the base of the windshield, then fanned up to a height just level with the hood, and finally down gently to meet the headlight hoods. The rear fender kicked up stylishly just before the rear roof pillar and sloped gracefully toward the taillights. All this resulted in a smoother-looking Fury.
This is a very clean, nice and original 36K mile car that shows no existence of ever having any rust or rust repair work done. Power for the drive train comes from Plymouths trusted 383ci V8 engine with a 2-barrel carburetor and an automatic transmission. Engine has headers and a new dual exhaust system added. The original exhaust manifolds are included with the car. American Racing Torque Thrust wheels have been installed and the original hub caps are included.
The interior is black with bucket seats and console with shifter, seat belts, factory AM radio and air conditioning. The interior looks like new. Runs and drives great and just has cosmetic paint issues from age, not damage. A nice honest example that can be used or updated.