I am going to assume, even in the absence of a VIN analysis, that is correct. But, I want to further add, that this is one car totally devoid of even a smidgen of class. All we need is a guy wearing a shocking pink shirt, cranberry colored pants (bell bottoms, polyester--naturally) and platform shoes, and the deal is sealed.I am going with the fury
Ha! I missed the disco craze. Unfortunately, because now I can see I should have jumped into it. It had to be a lot of fun. Seriously.Bob are you volunteering for a photo shoot?
I hear you on that aspect Scott. My '70 Challenger was a brute on a straight line, but went into corners like a wooden sled. Plus it spewed hydrocarbons. Loved the look and the feel of the 4 speed and sound of the worked over 383 magnum, but it was not a practical car. Still, it had a better look than the Fury. That's my younger brother in the background, maybe 18 years ago.Gibbsboro had the 440 in their police car. Kind of a waste of iron. There were no roads in town long enough to open that bad boy up. It smoked and always sounded like it was ready to foul a plug, which was probably the case.