1970 plymouth sport fury




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    1970 plymouth sport fury

    1970 plymouth sport fury

    The model year introduced new safety regulations, which meant that for the first time, all Plymouths included dual-circuit brake master cylinder, energy-absorbing steering column and wheel, recessed instrument panel controls, and shoulder belt mounting points for outboard front seat occupants. For , the VIP was discontinued and a 4-door hardtop was added to the Sport Fury range, which also gained a new hardtop coupe. Only minor styling changes occurred from the to the model years, most notably, during the model year when quad stacked square headlights see photo replaced the previous round dual beam headlights, the front turn signals, previously on the outboard edges of the grille, were moved over to the cutouts in the front bumper. Other 2-door models had fixed rear windows even though they had no centerposts.

    1970 plymouth sport fury

    1970 plymouth sport fury

    1970 plymouth sport fury

    1970 plymouth sport fury

    1970 plymouth sport fury

    The Plymouth Fury is a model of automobile which was produced by Plymouth from to It was introduced for the model year as a sub-series of the Plymouth Belvedere , becoming a separate series one level above the contemporary Belvedere for The Fury was a full-size car from to , then a mid-size car from to , again a full-size car from to , and again a mid-size car from to From to the Fury was sold alongside the full-size Plymouth Gran Fury. In , the B-body Fury was the largest Plymouth, and by , there was no large Plymouth.

    The last Plymouth rolled off the Belvedere assembly line in The word "fury" denotes a type of anger , inspired by the Furies , mythological creatures in Ancient Greek and Ancient Roman mythology. The model appears in popular culture as the subject of interest in the New York Times Best-selling novel Christine by Stephen King about a custom red and ivory Plymouth Fury that is part of a frightening love triangle.

    1970 plymouth sport fury

    It was later adapted into a movie. The Fury was a sub-series of the Plymouth Belvedere from through It was sold only as a Sandstone White 2-door hardtop with gold anodized aluminum trim in and In it was only available in Buckskin Beige with gold anodized aluminum trim. These Furys had a special interior, bumper wing-guards and a V8 engine with twin 4-barrel carburetors.

    The models were restyled; longer, wider, with very large vertical tailfins and a new torsion bar front suspension replacing the previous coil springs. While the new styling boosted sales, quality control suffered for all Chrysler products as they were brought quickly to market before their design and construction weaknesses could be fully addressed by engineering. A hp option with fuel injection was available, but the electronic Bendix fuel-injection system was recalled by the factory and owners were given a conventional dual four-barrel setup.

    1970 plymouth sport fury

    In , Plymouth introduced the Sport Fury as its top model, and the Fury as its second from the top model to replace the Plymouth Belvedere at the top of the Plymouth line-up. The Fury range was now available as a 4-door sedan and station wagon , as well as a 2-door hardtop and sedan. The Sport Fury series had only a 2-door hardtop and convertible. The Sport Fury was dropped at the end of , but was reintroduced in mid The dual four-barrel version of the also was dropped that year, with the four-barrel available on this engine through the model year.

    The Dodge Viscount was an automobile built by Chrysler Canada for the model year only. It was based on the contemporary Plymouth Fury, but featured a '59 Dodge front clip assembled to the Plymouth Fury body. The original and were available, along with a The Fury remained Plymouth's sales volume model through the early s. Tailfins were removed for , as per trends of the time. The Fury emerged as a downsized model riding on the new Chrysler B-body unibody platform , the product of a Chrysler Corporation embroiled in multiple corporate controversies at the time.

    Chrysler Corporation began to restyle and enlarge the Plymouths and Dodges, which improved sales in and The models saw an improvement in sales, especially the two-door hardtop, which featured a new slanted roofline. Engine choices remained the same throughout this three-year cycle. In , Chrysler returned the Fury to the new, full-size Chrysler C-body platform. The new Plymouth line included three special Furys: Full size Furys had options such as automatic transmission , power steering , white sidewall tires along with full wheel covers , stereo radios, vinyl tops , and air conditioning.

    1970 plymouth sport fury

    It offered a sportier interior and exterior trim package. The overall design changed, with the grille losing chrome but gaining two vertical stacked headlights on each side. The Furys kept the same profile as the s, with a split front and rear grill motif.

    For , the body was restyled with a sharp, angular profile. The stacked quad headlight bezels were curvier and set more deeply into the body, giving the car a more muscular look.

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