The 1960 Plymouth Fury was among the first run of vehicles featuring Chrysler’s unibody construction and the final year of the Fury sporting those dramatic and eye-catching tailfins.
We spotted this gorgeous thing recently parked outside of the Summit Racing retail store in Tallmadge, OH.
We don’t know how to identify which engine might be residing under that curvy hood, but we do know that there were four engine options for model year 1960, ranging from a 225 c.i.d. slant-six that made 145 horsepower, and three V8s, the largest of which was a 383 c.i.d., 330-hp mill.
According to Hagerty, the 1960 Fury is a rare find today large because rust has proven to be a major problem.
This one sure looks good. We want one.