1970 Plymouth Fury Suburban on eBay

1970 Furys have the most menacing grille of any car ever. So what could me more awesome than a mean green 1970 Plymouth Fury Suburban wagon? You could fit your entire house in this thing. The seller claims it only has 62,000 miles. And it’s powered by a 402 crate motor. Sounds like it needs a few things sorted out, but man I want this. Ad text and tons more pics after the jump! The eBay auction ends on Wednesday.

Update: looks like the C-barge got bid up to $7,700 but reserve not met!

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1970 PLYMOUTH FURY (SUBURBAN) SLEEPER WAGON

KEY FEATURES:

ONLY 62,000 MILES ON CAR
I AM SECOND OWNER OF 15 YEARS
RUST FREE GA CAR
MOSTLY ORIGINAL PAINT
ORIGINAL HOOD WEARING ORIGINAL PAINT INCLUDED
SOME NOS PARTS INCLUDED SUCH AS TAIL LIGHT LENSES W/CHROME TRIM
TAILGATE SWINGS AND FOLDS PROPERLY

FACTORY OPTIONS: A/C, POWER DRUM BRAKES, POWER STEERING,
POWER REAR WINDOW (WORKS W/KEY AND SWITCH)

ENGINE: 402/435 HP MOPAR CRATE ENGINE W/DEMON 750 CARB
125 NOS INSTALLED BUT NOT YET WORKING
TRANS: “BUILT” 727 W/TRANS COOLER
DIFF: 373 POSI AND ADCO REAR SWAY BAR

NEEDS: HEATER CORE (CURRENTLY BYPASSED)
NEW WIRE FROM HEADLIGHT MOTOR TO SWITCH
A/C RECHARGE AND NEW BLOWER MOTOR SWITCH
NOS NOT YET WORKING
FRONT CARPET NEEDS REPLACING

I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END AUCTION EARLY TO SELL CAR LOCALLY

WINNING BIDDER TO PAY $500.00 DEPOSIT WITHIN 3 DAYS OF AUCTION END

On May-22-13 at 14:06:07 PDT, seller added the following information:
OTHER DETAILS:

HAS FACTORY MATTRESS PAD

WAGON DOES NOT HAVE THE 3RD ROW SEAT OPTION

5 thoughts on “1970 Plymouth Fury Suburban on eBay

  1. Very nice indeed. So just how popular was that green anyway? I swear it’s on every second C-body. A crate motor, a “built” 727, almost NOS but he can’t run a wire from the headlight motor to the switch??

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