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1972 PLYMOUTH FURY GRAN COUPE #2722690
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Re: 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY GRAN COUPE [Re: tomsjack] #2722795
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has been on ebay 3- or 4 times already

Re: 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY GRAN COUPE [Re: fc7_plumcrazy] #2722987
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True, it's becoming a mainstay on ebay. It's a very clean car and with the 400 and a/c extra nice. Price doesn't seem to crazy. I don't remember if it started at $13,500.


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Re: 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY GRAN COUPE [Re: larrymopar360] #2723159
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I really like it, even with that color combo. I wonder if a different combo would make it an easier sell?

Also, is that seat upholstery available?


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Re: 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY GRAN COUPE [Re: not_a_charger] #2723196
12/11/19 09:31 AM
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Originally Posted by not_a_charger
I really like it, even with that color combo. I wonder if a different combo would make it an easier sell?

Also, is that seat upholstery available?



I didn't see any seat material for that car at Legendary, might hafta do a custom order. I like that car too, but tuition is stopping me.

Re: 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY GRAN COUPE [Re: Nukechargerboy] #2723216
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I had one back in 1977. Red with a black top and black interior. 440 engine. Great car.

Re: 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY GRAN COUPE [Re: NITROUSN] #2723269
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Would be a shame to re-cover that seat and not have it match. I think the car is a little overpriced, but that's one green/green Mopar I'd be happy to own. What a neat car.


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Re: 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY GRAN COUPE [Re: not_a_charger] #2723292
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Probably still some NOS material around, either SMS or the place in MI whose name I can't recall right now.
Or ya just tint some dye color to match.
Cool car, price seems OK, probably just a small audience for it.

Re: 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY GRAN COUPE [Re: topside] #2723297
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Can you dye the cloth fabric? It looks like the tears are in the cloth, not the vinyl.


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Re: 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY GRAN COUPE [Re: not_a_charger] #2723363
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Don't know about dyeing cloth, though I reckon that's how the color gets in there.
Ad was ended by the time I looked at it, and I assumed vinyl.
FWIW, I've seen different greens even on vinyl, and some were so far off it had to be aftermarket, not NOS or OEM-accurate.
Original Auto Interiors is the name I'd forgotten; bought some '63 Savoy blue cloth from them years back, dead on.
Heck, one time they had complete NOS covers for a '64 I had; reasonably priced and went on fine, no problems.


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