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1971-1972 Plymouth Fury Gran Sedan Series V [C-Body]




NL Desscythe17

2018-12-29 18:36
Rinspeed wrote
Both look good to me.
1971-1972 Plymouth Fury Gran Sedan Series V [C-Body]




FR Rinspeed

2018-12-29 18:01
Desscythe17 wrote
The 69-73 Plymouth Fury is a bit difficult to properly list on WCS. The Fury I/Fury II models have different taillights compared to the more upscale Fury III/Sport Fury/Fury Gran Sedan/Coupe.

I separated the Sport/Gran models from the rest since they have hidden headlights as a standard option. However, for 1971 hidden headlights were optional on Fury III and I believe also Fury II models, and for 1972 hidden headlights were optional on all other models.

It's therefore possible to find for example Fury III models with the same front as the car listed on this page.

Can you verify this two cars please?
www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=32271
www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=32272
1971-1972 Plymouth Fury Gran Sedan Series V [C-Body]




NL Desscythe17

2018-12-29 14:50
The 69-73 Plymouth Fury is a bit difficult to properly list on WCS. The Fury I/Fury II models have different taillights compared to the more upscale Fury III/Sport Fury/Fury Gran Sedan/Coupe.

I separated the Sport/Gran models from the rest since they have hidden headlights as a standard option. However, for 1971 hidden headlights were optional on Fury III and I believe also Fury II models, and for 1972 hidden headlights were optional on all other models.

It's therefore possible to find for example Fury III models with the same front as the car listed on this page.

-- Last edit: 2018-12-29 14:51:46
1970-1971 Plymouth Fury I Coup Series V [C-Body]




NL Desscythe17

2018-12-24 15:50
There is actually a small difference between the bodystyles of the Fury I and Fury II here. The Fury II is a hardtop, meaning that the windows and B-pillar are able to slide down. The Fury I seems to have the same pillar as the Fury II, but the rear windows do not slide down. It's therefore not a hardtop coupe. Seeing as this Fury I is extremely rare, there is some online discussion on whether the 71 Fury I is a hardtop coupe or a coupe with a fixed pillar. I combined the two cars into one page regardless.

-- Last edit: 2018-12-24 15:51:52
1973-1975 Plymouth Fury Series VI [C-Body]




NL Desscythe17

2018-12-10 23:38
Renamed Gran Fury for 1975 when the Fury nameplate was moved to what used to be the Plymouth Satellite. The top trim level of the Gran Fury, the Brougham, would receive different headlights that were standard on all Gran Fury models from 1976 onwards.

-- Last edit: 2018-12-10 23:39:56
1973-1975 Plymouth Fury Suburban Series VI [C-Body]




NL Desscythe17

2018-12-10 23:36
Renamed Gran Fury Suburban for 1975. The top trim level, Sport Suburban, got different headlights which would be standard on all Suburbans from 1976 onwards.
1986 Plymouth Sundance Convertible


US carcrasher88

2018-11-22 01:16
Indeed, with a bit of Saab in it as well. Looks better than how the production Dodge Shadow convertible looks, for sure.
1986 Plymouth Sundance Convertible




NL Desscythe17

2018-11-20 21:45
This honestly looks more like a Chevy Cavalier than a Plymouth Sundance.
1995-2000 Plymouth Voyager Series III [NS]




NL Desscythe17

2018-11-17 15:06
This and the Plymouth Grand Voyager were also badged as Chrysler Voyager and Grand Voyager in 2000, when Plymouth was starting to be phased out. They look exactly like the Plymouths, but with Chrysler badges, and were sold at the same time as the Chrysler Town & Country, which has a completely different grille.

-- Last edit: 2018-11-17 15:07:04
1970-1973 Plymouth Cricket




NL Desscythe17

2017-05-19 21:01
I imagine this showing off against a Dodge Colt and Buick Opel :D
1997-2001 Plymouth Prowler [PR]


PT Ford78

2013-06-28 21:29
Gamer wrote
Sorry, but I couldn't do it myself because every time I try to add a car I epicly fail, mostly due to missing engine info. :/

That's alright, dude. You can ask to the people to add but ONE THING VERY IMPORTANT: you must say "Please".
And I added the Howler that you wanted and it was accepted.

Check it out:
www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=14779

And another thing: WCS doesn't accept the cars with pictures only because you have to put the engines. Try to find the information on Internet or in catalog (If you have). It is very important, because if you don't have enough information, then don't add a car. Hope it helps you! :)

Hugs,
Ford78.
1997-2001 Plymouth Prowler [PR]


DE Gamer

2013-06-28 20:55
Sorry, but I couldn't do it myself because every time I try to add a car I epicly fail, mostly due to missing engine info. :/
1997-2001 Plymouth Prowler [PR]


PT Ford78

2013-06-25 19:19
Gamer wrote
Such a shame these things only had a V6. :/
Could someone please add the 1999 Plymouth Howler concept? :)

Hey Gamer, you should not give orders. But as you said "please", I will add. :) (After finishing the 1981 WRC, of course)
1997-2001 Plymouth Prowler [PR]


DE Gamer

2013-06-25 17:40
Such a shame these things only had a V6. :/
Could someone please add the 1999 Plymouth Howler concept? :)
1969-1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird Series I [B-Body]




NL Desscythe17

2013-03-10 12:51
I think most of its fans call it Superbird, but it's officially Road Runner Superbird
1969-1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird Series I [B-Body]




RB Mark0

2013-03-10 12:39
Also car badge say Road Runner Superbird
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:SuperbirdDecal.jpg
1969-1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird Series I [B-Body]




RB Mark0

2013-03-10 12:38
Ford78 wrote
Why Road Runner? Isnt just called Superbird?

Because Road Runner is model and Superbird is high-performance version.
Something like this: Dodge Charger Daytona
Charger is model and Daytona is high-performance version.
1969-1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird Series I [B-Body]


PT Ford78

2013-03-09 21:00
Why Road Runner? Isnt just called Superbird?
1969-1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird Series I [B-Body]




NL Desscythe17

2013-03-09 20:45
Ooh, very nice add! :D
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]


PT Ford78

2012-12-27 16:15
Rinspeed wrote

yes but you had a lot of errors, 11pt for example for Timo Salonen instead of 27...

Added the 1984 WRC again... I hope that this time is not getting erased because:
www.webcarstory.com/champ.php?ch=185- Has the right points...

Source: rallybase.nl/index.php?type=standing&standingid=wcd1984
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]




FR Rinspeed

2012-11-21 22:49
Ford78 wrote
yes but you had a lot of errors, 11pt for example for Timo Salonen instead of 27...
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]


PT Ford78

2012-11-21 22:46
Rinspeed wrote

a lot of problem, for example with Timo Salonen or others drivers that arent in the list...

I found at link: rallybase.nl/index.php?type=standing&standingid=wcd1984
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]




FR Rinspeed

2012-11-21 22:37
Ford78 wrote
Why 1984 WRC has been erased?

a lot of problem, for example with Timo Salonen or others drivers that arent in the list...
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]


PT Ford78

2012-11-21 21:05
Why 1984 WRC has been erased?

-- Last edit: 2012-11-21 21:05:32
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]




FR Rinspeed

2012-11-21 20:53
i had a lot of informations on this old cars but i cant do all the cars at the same time (and i cant work on webcarstory all the time ;-) )
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]


PT Ford78

2012-11-20 20:12
Gamer wrote
We need more of these boring 80s/90s cars! :D

It was better if there would be more cars... But Gamer: if you dont have the informations, then dont add. I added cars because I found informations for them.
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]


DE Gamer

2012-11-20 16:53
We need more of these boring 80s/90s cars! :D
1980-1983 Plymouth Sapporo




FR Rinspeed

2012-08-14 00:21
carcrasher88 wrote
Shouldn't 'captive imports' retain their initial country of origin? In that case, this would be Origin: Japan (Mitsubishi Galant Λ (Lambda)?

if it's the same make yes but it's not the case here
1980-1983 Plymouth Sapporo


US carcrasher88

2012-08-13 23:44
Shouldn't 'captive imports' retain their initial country of origin? In that case, this would be Origin: Japan (Mitsubishi Galant Λ (Lambda)?
1997-2001 Plymouth Prowler [PR]


FR Tak

2011-04-10 13:55
I see one on the freeway yesterday, a very beautiful machine
1993 Plymouth Prowler


CA DeltaGolf

2011-04-07 22:38
Rear and interior pictures look like the production model, because of the bigger headlights and the indicator repeaters on the side.
1997-2001 Plymouth Prowler [PR]


US carcrasher88

2011-04-06 16:06
2001 and 2002 Prowlers should have their own page, as they were sold as Chryslers, not Plymouths.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plymouth_Prowler
1993 Plymouth Prowler




PL sajmon14

2011-04-06 15:28
Cars on both pics are concept versions? Because they are different colours so tey repainted it or production needs be changed to two?
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]


CA dodge1970

2011-02-13 03:46
Was sold in Europe as the Chrysler ES.
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]




PL sajmon14

2011-02-12 14:37
Saratoga is for Europe I think
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]


US carcrasher88

2011-02-12 14:33
Tak wrote
The Chrysler version is the Saratoga no ?


That would be the Plymouth Acclaim/Dodge Spirit/Chrysler LeBaron/Saratoga.

I don't believe there was a Chrysler version of this, just the Dodge Shadow.
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]


FR Tak

2011-02-12 12:11
The Chrysler version is the Saratoga no ?
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]


US carcrasher88

2011-02-10 20:40
dodge1970 wrote

Yes my car as of Sunday Feb,6,2011! :)


Wow, that's in great condition! Down here in NY, about 85-90% of Sundances (and Dodge Shadows) have a good amount of rust on them. Some are in even worse condition. I once saw one that had no hood on it, and it was still on the road!
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]


US carcrasher88

2011-02-10 19:33
My family used to have one of these a long time ago. It was a black coupe, I believe. Was traded in for a '92 Buick Century in '95.
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]




FR Rinspeed

2011-02-09 15:32
Neon i had erased the Giulia, do it another time (be careful with the pictures)
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]


CA dodge1970

2011-02-09 15:29
subzero wrote
:love: Your car?

Yes my car as of Sunday Feb,6,2011! :)
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]


MY subzero

2011-02-09 15:19
:love: Your car?

-- Last edit: 2011-02-09 15:20:32
1988-1994 Plymouth Sundance [P-Body]


FR Tak

2011-02-09 14:03
Au moins on sait qui quoi comme caisse maintenant :D
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