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63 Plymouth Fury

1963 Plymouth Fury

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Anonymous on Jun 5, 2008 said:

lose the red racing strip, steel wheels with poverty caps deep well steelys in rear. Or take off front cap from torque thrusts up front put in blank plate,same for rear or just leave open then you got a sinister deal.Push bars up front got to come off. Its got to look quick just standing still,to many do dads on car looks like a circus wagon. Engine bay too much chrome & polish for me,I am old school. What the heck do I know ,if I was building it that is what I would probably do. Body side moulding off fill in. We want fear in the other guys eyes when we pull next to this black raging hardon Mopar. 3 in exhaust 2 chamber muffler or even max wedge exhaust uncorked finally a license plate reading "YOU LOSE". Im out thanks.

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Anonymous on Jun 5, 2008 said:

Nice!

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ManicMechanic69 on Jun 6, 2008 said:

Don't know what the guys problem was who was ranking on your AWESOME car, but personally I love the blend of old school and resto rod mods. Nice engine bay, guess I'll have to add a picture of mine as well... Manic

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MustangGirl on Jun 7, 2008 said:

Love the red stripes! Matches the interior and looks gorgeous.

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dave632 on Jun 10, 2008 said:

The car looks fine to me. I don't know what that first guys problem is. I remember racing some of those with my 55 Chevy when they were new, they ran well right from the factory. I remember low 14s on street tires and high 13s with some cheater slicks. Only they were 413 or 426 wedges, if I remember correctly.

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Anonymous on Jul 18, 2008 said:

Don't change a single thing...it's smoother than 12 year old Jack.

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Anonymous on Jul 20, 2008 said:

sweet ride!!

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Anonymous on Aug 10, 2008 said:

I just wish I still had my 1951 Merc. two door to show you all. Ilike yours alot. Leo from Santa Barbara

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Anonymous on Aug 11, 2008 said:

Lots of time and money into this rod.

It's a fine looking machine

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DiecastDeluxe on Aug 16, 2008 said:

What a beautiful car! I think the '63 Furys and '65 Belvedere/Satillites are the best looking cars Ma Mopar ever built.

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Anonymous on Jan 11, 2009 said:

What happened to the "Orange Monster" within? Chrome, Chrome, & more Chrome plus a red stripe. Theses cars were near "Perfection" w/o all that nonsense added. Well, anyway I still love any 63' Plymouth.

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Anonymous on Jan 23, 2009 said:

SWEEEEEEEEEEET

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Anonymous on Feb 9, 2009 said:

Here's the deal everyone. It's his car. If it has too much chrome for your liking then too bad.* for the first guy * If you have something better put it on here. Show it or Stop being jealous of those who have sweet rides.

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Anonymous on Feb 23, 2009 said:

IMHO Your "RIDE" is "BOSS"(how's that for an 'ol school term, which I am) but I can't understand peeps who will use I'm old school as an excuse to 'dis' someones "Ride"(CLASSLESS CLOWNS). Again Bud "BEAUTIFUL JOB" on a "SUPER BOSS RIDE"

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Anonymous on Aug 23, 2009 said:

for sale?

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bigrockets on Jan 13, 2010 said:

Beautiful Car, I love these things, glad you did it the way you wanted. It's your car and I like it.

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Anonymous on Sep 4, 2010 said:

I have owned a 63 sport fury for several years,I only wish it looked as good as that one.Mine is black with gold and black interior.I have about 95%of the chrome ,but have thought about leaving the chrome off and filling in the holes.I have also thought about putting a gold stripe over the hood,top and trunk (shelby style)

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bigrocket on Apr 27, 2011 said:

Your car's a beauty. I love it.

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Krestliner on May 2, 2011 said:

So you have a dressed up beast, at least you have one. Dress it up the way you like it, don't think the tires will smoke any less.

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ghpcnm on May 9, 2011 said:

I agree with Krestliner...Screw the naysayers and blow their doors off when the light goes green !!!

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MWP on May 22, 2011 said:

Nice ride, You must have a lot of hours invested in it. Ignore people who put down others work. People who criticize just do not get it that CUSTOM cars are an expression of the person who built it. If they do not like yours they can build their own CUSTOM car.

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smokinwoody on May 25, 2011 said:

AWESOME car..I have a 63 Dodge 330 that was an original MaxWedge 426 stageII w/3 spd on the floor..bought the car over 12 years ago, it had been a racer all its life never seeing the street..the original owner cut the car way back in the 60's and back then they really had no clue on doing things. I chassied and back halved the car and shelved it for awhile..its time to finish it up..

yours gives me inspiration..

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Anonymous on Jan 31, 2013 said:

First comment is to be deleted. Awesome doesnt begin to describe it...

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Anonymous on Oct 23, 2013 said:

This car is beautiful, the chrome and stripes set it off, I have a 1963 and i hope it looks this good when i get done.. wayne from princeton wv

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poppa on Mar 30, 2015 said:

She sure looks sweet! Back in the day I had a 63 426 max wedge but I got drafted in 1965 and couldn't make the payments. Oh well took 50 years but I got Big Blue now. not Mopar but it works for me. ;o)

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