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Posted in Best of, Domestic Rides, eBay Motors, General, Plymouth, Rants & Raves, Rides by MrAngry | July 25th, 2011 | 2 Responses |

1971 Plymouth Sport Fury

By now it should be no secret that I love big cars. Maybe it’s because I grew up in the 1970’s, or maybe it’s the fact that at 6’4″, I’m a rather large Dude. Whatever the case though, these massive land yachts have a place in my heart that can’t be touched. Even though big ole’ American cars are inefficient as hell, they represent a time when people actually traveled on the open road, instead of flying over it. They were made for comfort, speed and at the end of the day, had styling that made a statement where ever you went. What you are seeing here is a 1971 Plymouth Sport Fury, a car that at 19-feet long and 4,000 lbs. defined the term “land yacht”.

1971 Plymouth Sport Fury

It rode on a 120-inch wheelbase, and when optioned out correctly could be had with a 390 bhp 440 cu in V8 with Chrysler’s legendary six-pack set up. The Sport Fury was never intended to be a corner carver, but instead, was one of the last great American road hammers.

1971 Plymouth Sport Fury

I came upon this particular baby while playing around on eBay and I’ll be honest; if I had an extra $17,000 laying around, this sucker would be in my garage in no time flat. Covered in slate grey paint with black deluxe interior, this big Sport Fury was the type of car you’d see in the executive parking lot at your Dad’s office building. Chrysler’s big fuselage styling is not for everyone, however there’s no denying that this old Sport Fury has a herculean type of styling that simply can’t be matched. Check out the full ad with more pics on Ebay.

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2 Responses

  1. Seth says:

    Currently, I’m wanting to sell/trade in my 02 Pathfinder for a 2004 Forester XT as a daily, but I’ve been contemplating a project car and with some advice from my wife, I’m going to get an air-cooled VW of some sort to have fun with and get some tear downs under my belt, but I ultimately want either a Corvair or a Cortina. The latter would be ideal, but with so few over here it might be easier to get the Corvair.

  2. Djrosa says:

    i really want a e12 BMW 5 series as a daily drive i still regret not buying the spotless good as new BMW 518 -72 i found on an car site years ago. now for a toy i want a Audi RS2 in RSblue with some dahlb├Ąck goodies under the hood