The 1960 Fury was a part of the Virgil Exner “Forward-Look” and this classic Mopar styling is evident throughout the design of the Fury. This particular Fury Convertible comes to us from a very large collection in Texas and it has been very well taken care of since it was restored. Under the hood in the very well-detailed engine compartment of this slick Fury is a 318 Cubic Inch V8 engine with a Single 2 Barrel Carburetor that pushed out 230 horsepower back in 1960.
The door panels, dash, and steering wheel are all in spectacular condition as well. The horizontal speedometer pod has a great futuristic look, as do the gas gauge, temperature gauge, and clock. The push-button heater controls and AM radio controls match the ahead-of-its-time push-button shifter controls, giving this Fury a truly forward-looking appearance.
One of the coolest features on this ’60 Fury Convertible is the Push-Button Shifter for the TorqueFlite Automatic Transmission, which was way ahead of its time back in the early 60s. This classic Mopar is equipped with power steering making this full-size Plymouth a much easier car to drive. The White Vinyl Power Convertible Top is in fantastic shape and goes up and down with the simple twist of a knob mounted on the dash.