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1962 Plymouth Fury Hearse and Sport Fury

November 2007 Mopars of the Month

Oliver Zinn writes from Germany: My 1962 Plymouth Fury hearse (funeral wagon) is an original export car that was built into a hearse wagon. I don’t know why, but they used a 2 door for the build up, instead of a station wagon. 1962 Plymouth Fury hearse, driver side

1962 Plymouth Fury hearse, passenger side at dragstrip The Mopar has now a good street 340 cubic inch engine
and runs a consistent 13.5 through the quarter.

I also have a 1962 Plymouth Sport Fury; it is a full steel body street car with power windows, power steering, power music system. 1962 Plymouth Sport Fury, driver side at dragstrip

1962 Plymouth Sport Fury, rear view, at dragstrip This year we raced in a street eliminator class here in Germany and finished in 7th place after 5 events.

The best time the car ran was a 10.99 seconds through the quarter. The engine is a 572 cubic inch wedge w/o NOS running on pump gas with a 3.55:1 Dana 60 rear.

E-mail Oliver: 1962 Plymouth contact information

See Oliver’s 1962 Plymouth Corodano!

Thanks Oliver!

Keep up the good work showcasing 1962 Plymouths in Germany!  smile!

Gary H.

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