It appears my practice of photographing curbside classics has brushed off on my mom. The other day while leaving the ATM, her first thought upon seeing this ravishing 1967 Plymouth Fury convertible was to take a couple of quick pictures (after asking the owner for his approval) and text them to me.
This ’67 Fury III features the most powerful engine available, the 440 cubic inch (7.2L) Super Commando V8, making 375 horsepower and 480 pound-foot of torque with its 4-barrel carburetor and dual exhausts. Refreshingly, it looks like the owner keeps it in original-looking condition.
1968 would be the last year of this body shell that was introduced in 1965. The far more subjective Fuselage Chryslers would follow for ’69. With more universal admiration and a generally better reputation for quality, most people consider these 1965-1968 full-size Mopars the best Chrysler ever built.