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1960 PLYMOUTH FURY 395 GOLDEN COMMANDO CONVERTIBLE
ULTRA RARE FACTORY 395 GOLDEN COMMANDO 361 CID V8 ENGINE!RARE AND DESIRED COLOR COMBINATION!
FULLY DOCUMENTED WITH ORIGINAL TRIM TAG!
Daniel Schmitt & Co. is located in beautiful and historic St. Louis, Missouri
on an elegant 4-acre campus. Boasting 3 luxurious showrooms, we are proud to
offer some of the finest classic and luxury cars on the market today.
DANIEL SCHMITT & CO CLASSIC CAR GALLERY PRESENTS: 1960 PLYMOUTH FURY 395 GOLDEN COMMANDO CONVERTIBLE
Finished in classic and desired Valliant Red with beautiful Red and White interior with matching convertible top. This magnificent motorcar has been beautifully restored and is now ready to be shown or driven. Fitted with many rare options, including the ultra rare 395 Golden Commando V8 engine, as well as push-button automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, power top and so much more! We are proud to offer this investment grade Fury to the most particular collector, investor or enthusiast who understands and appreciates the rarity of this highly sought after American classic. Bid with confidence – this might just be one of the best finds on eBay!
HISTORY OF THE PLYMOUTH FURY:
The first limited-edition, high-performance Plymouth Fury was introduced in 1956 and was basically a junior version of the Chrysler 300. When first introduced, they were available only in off-white with a gold-anodized body-side sweepspear. Other colors would appear during subsequent years. Legendary designer Virgil Exner was the man responsible for this new styling, known as the 'Million Dollar Look', and would be used throughout the lineup, including on Plymouths, Dodge, DeSoto, Chrysler and Imperial cars for 1957. Another standard for 1957 was Chrysler's now familiar torsion bar front suspension and three-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission.
Suddenly it was 1960, and Chrysler/Plymouth was scrambling to produce cars to please the public, fins suddenly having become passe. The Fury remained Plymouth's sales volume model through the troubled early 1960s, when the full-sized Fury was saddled with unique styling and an intermediate (or mid-sized) platform, being the most luxurious of the Plymouth lineup. The first year a Fury convertible was offered was in 1960, producing just over 7,000 units. Comparing itself to competing cars in terms of suspension, Plymouth claimed 100% greater body rigidity and 40% greater beam strength. The "girders" which provided that strength were touted as being 75% heavier than those used in conventional construction. Yet, without the frame they replaced, these girders actually helped reduce the weight of the car. One of unitized construction's drawbacks is that no sound insulating material can isolate the body from the frame, bringing road noise into the cabin. To counter this problem, Plymouth developed extra large rear spring bushings, a new exhaust system hanger, and a driveshaft designed to reduce high-speed hum. Special sound deadening fiber matting and liquid-applied coating contributed to making what could have been "riding in a tin can" into a pleasurable experience of traveling in a car far quieter than those of then-conventional construction. And, of course, the engine was mounted on its own frame, separated from the body by the usual sound deadeners By the time the 1960's successor was introduced late in the year, there would be no disappointment about lack of change. Although basically the same car, the '61, except for roof lines and rear wheel cutouts, had changed completely from the previous year - even the silhouette was different. Plymouth's prime distinguishing characteristic for the past six years was gone. For Plymouth, as 1960 drew to a close, it was the end of the fin.
N.A.D.A. Value ~ $84,900.00
- DISCOUNT ~ $15,000.00
This car qualifies for a
5 year / 100,000 additional Miles Powertrain Warranty!
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About Daniel Schmitt & Company
A Family Tradition for Over 40 Years,
selling classic and fine motorcars throughout the world
Specializing in highline quality pre-owned motorcars
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Daniel Schmitt & Co.
3455 North Lindbergh Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63074