1961 Plymouth fury 2-door hardtop

1961 Plymouth Fury 2-Door Hardtop

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  • I was a car nut from a very early age, and was 8 years old when the 61 Plymouth Fury debuted. I remember thinking that it was the ugliest car I had ever seen.

    The 1960-1961 Plymouth Fury continued the Fury tradition of exceptional performance. The 1960 Fury could be had with a six-cylinder , the excellent 225 Slant Six, which gave Plymouth the hottest six in the low-priced field. With 145 bhp and a (and aided by Plymouth's relatively light weight), a Fury six could do 0-60 in 17 seconds and still average 20 miles to the gallon.

  • Whether you’re looking to replace a burnt out bulb or upgrade the existing headlights on your 1961 Plymouth Fury, XenonDepot has the solution! We carry high quality OEM grade Plymouth replacement lighting products from manufacturers like Philips, Osram, and XenonDepot.

    The following chart contains OEM and replacement bulb numbers for the 1961 Plymouth Fury. In some cases the Plymouth number will be different than aftermarket replacement bulb numbers.

    Whether you’re looking to replace a burnt out bulb or upgrade the existing headlights on your 1961 Plymouth Fury, XenonDepot has the solution! We carry high quality OEM grade Plymouth replacement lighting products from manufacturers like Philips, Osram, and XenonDepot.

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  • Whether you’re looking to replace a burnt out bulb or upgrade the existing headlights on your 1961 Plymouth Fury, XenonDepot has the solution! We carry high quality OEM grade Plymouth replacement lighting products from manufacturers like Philips, Osram, and XenonDepot.

    If you can’t find what you're looking for, please contact us - we’re happy to help.

    Many of you may (or may not) know I have a thing for early 60s Chryslers (and Plymouths, and Dodges, and Imperials) because their styling was so out there, non conventional, and wonky. Couple that with their features including push-button automatic transmission selectors, dash mounted rear view mirrors, asymmetrical seating positions, and truly bizarre ornamentation, and it is any wonder Chrysler survived the early 60s intact. Here is a great example of that awkward period in the form of this Spectacular 1961 Plymouth Fury Sedan. What do you think of it?

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Then on the 1961 Plymouth Fury, the fins vanished entirely, replaced by a rounded shape with a swoopy front end that once retrospectively compared with "a generation of Japanese sci-fi monsters." The public remained unimpressed, and was now also confused: Plymouth sales dropped by 100,000 and Rambler replaced Plymouth as the number three best-seller.