|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 dont know why, but they used a 2 door for the build up, instead of a station wagon.|
|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.|
|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.