1960 Plymouth Fury HARDTOP wagon.....

Discussion in 'Station Wagon Auctions, Craigs List and Other Stat' started by Krash Kadillak, Jul 13, 2009.

  1. Krash Kadillak

    Krash Kadillak Well-Known Member

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    Fat Tedy Island Red Neck

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    Thanx for posting this, I could not find another pillarless one any where, very nice car(y)
     
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    wagonmaster Administrator Staff Member

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    That was a great ebay find! The reserve was not met at $8100
     
  4. That Hartford Guy

    That Hartford Guy Mopar no more.

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    Wow!

    Good catch! I've never seen a hardtop 60 Plymouth wagon either.

    That's a beauty. Of course, I'd paint the area behind the front wheels white and paint the roof white for a correct two-toned effect like on the Johan model kits. :)
     
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    A little late but upon seeing the pics of this car, it is definatly a custom.
    It isn't even a fury. It's a savoy with some fury trim. A fury wouldn't have the side moulding, it would continue from the top of the fin onto the fender. The side moulding combined with the short tail fin trim tells me this was a savoy wagon. Which was DEFINATLY not available as a hardtop.
    It appears to have some added fury trim (along the fender body line and rockers) and the fury emblem on the tail fin, which is easily interchangable with a savoy foward look emblem...
    Also, it is missing the fury scrip on the inset of the fender.
    Our 1960 Plymouth Savoy (Original owners)
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    A 1960 Fury (for trim comparison)
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    All in all, still a very cool wagon and I would be FAR from ashamed to call it my own :dance:
     
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    snooterbuckets New Member

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    Holy cow, Marcar, you do know your 60 Plymouths. Good eye, for sure.
     
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    Thanks, it's kinda something I got through osmoses. When you grow up with nothing but this stuff surounding you how can you not pick it up? :)
     

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