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RedBlack1978

That is my dream car....hands down....hell hath no fury like Christine


CrudBert

Came here to say exactly this. Thank you, good job.


pebrain21

“There she sat with her rust-flecked sides and her new hood and her tailfins that seemed a thousand miles long. A dinosaur from the dark ditty-bop days of the 50s when all the oil millionaires were from Texas and the Yankee dollar was kicking the shit out of the Japanese yen instead of the other way around.”


LobsterCowboy

what model is this Although the car in the film is identified as a 1958 Plymouth Fury , and in 1983 radio ads promoting the film, voiceover artists announced, "she's a '57 Fury" , two other Plymouth models, the Belvedere and the Savoy, were also used to portray the malevolent automobile onscreen. John Carpenter placed ads throughout Southern California searching for models of the car, and was able to purchase twenty-four of them in various states of disrepair, which were used to build a total of seventeen copies of the film car. All cars were two door hardtops.


bellybox69

This is a '58 Belvedere with Fury trim pieces installed.


Tosearch69

That would look a lot better in my driveway. Really nice. Would like to see more of it


bellybox69

Here is a link to the full set: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?vanity=para.road&set=a.115943248458766


Tosearch69

Thanks for sharing more pictures. What a sweet ride.


bellybox69

My pleasure. What a dream come true it was to sit in the driver's seat!


JimLaheySunnyvale

Show me


Top-Discipline7778

Whatever you do do not smoke in her make her mad call her a rust bucket graffiti her take a shit on the dashboard bust the window windshield don't offend her and don't make her jealous we all know what she'll do... Body by Plymouth soul by Satan.


skyliner30rs

CQB 241


That_Grim_Texan

Love them Plymouths


Alexfusin

My favorite car right there


CombinationAny1536

I have a 57 fury in my opinion one of the sexiest cars ever made


OkBeing183

Very nice car


Eats_Dead_Things

I thought they all rusted away by now...


Cartonk

Good if they lasted 3 years without rust problems... There are so many around nowadays because of the John Carpenters movie


Eats_Dead_Things

I read the book first. Was prepared for disappointment when I saw the movie, but it was brilliant, even with the changes. Bad to the bone... The car choice was perfection.


Cartonk

I agree with everything you said, I also read the book first. If they hadn't chosen this car, they would all still be rotting in a field somewhere. The movie made people want one, and for a reason too. They're badass!


Cartonk

Would love to have one, but not in red! Feels like everyone is going for red. I'd go for a Misty Green or a Blubonnet Blue


roscoethehorse

Fury?


bellybox69

58 Belvedere with Fury badges. (clone car).


Excellent-Gain-4532

Such a beautiful car. Hard to believe these were an every day car in the 50’s! It’s the first car I’d buy if I won the lottery!!


Marion5760

Looks mighty god.


Boundish91

Swap in the 57 taillights and it's perfect imo


bellybox69

My mate has a '57 and put in the '58 front and rear lights. He's done a nice job of it.


Boundish91

Nice! I've always liked how the '57 taillights follow the tailfin. It's nice to see these cars around. Forward look was just such a cool design.


bellybox69

Yes mate, I know what you mean.