Found at RK Motors with an asking price of $16,900 is this 1966 Plymouth Fury II station wagon. A true survivor, the massive Fury was born at Chrysler’s Belvedere, Illinois plant on February 22, 1966 and was purchased by it’s first owner a few weeks later where it spent most of it’s life in Bismark, North Dakota. Still wearing 100% of its original sheet metal and finished in “Bronze Metallic”, the body only show minimal signs of wear and tear.
The inside appears as nice as the exterior with only minimal wear on the original seat covers. The dash, headliner, carpet and door panels are also in excellent shape.
Powering the wagon is a 318 V8 matched with an A727 Torqueflight automatic transmission. Heavy duty drum brakes and a heavy duty suspension are said to help give the Fury a ride not much different than a modern pickup truck. Modern 15 inch Magnum 500’s have been added along with B.F Goodrich radial T.A’s but the original steel wheels and hubcaps are included.
Adding to the originality is documentation that includes the original owners manual, dealers Certicard and maintenance cards, 1966 Popular Science articles about the Fury and written service records by the original owner.