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  1. greasemonkey512

    greasemonkey512 New Member

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    From South East VA. 68 sport satellite.

    My question; did they offer the Cuda plum crazy exterior with red interiors? Pics or comments welcomed!

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    Adam Well-Known Member

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    No, I don’t think so; but You probably could have ordered it that way. Do you know someone who claims they have one? Get a look at the fender tag.
     
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    moparleo Well-Known Member

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    In the Mopar world, anything was possible. Not always probable, but never say never.
     
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    ph23vo Well-Known Member

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    ya never know....i have a 70 fury with a factory 440-6
     
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    340challconvert Well-Known Member

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    ph, Very rare 70 Fury you have; how about a pic?

    The 1970 Fury continued “fuselage” styling, adding a wrap-around front bumper (with concealed headlamps on the top models). The slant six was standard equipment on the Fury I, II, and III and the top engine choice was the 440, except on the S-23 and two door Sport Fury. The biggest available motor for the S-23 was the 383 four-barrel.

    The S-23 and Sport Fury GT came with road wheels and a strobe stripe; the GT came standard with the 350-horse 440 and H-70x15 Polyglas Goodyears tires, HD suspension and brakes and Challenger–like chrome exhaust tips. A GT option, which was rarely chosen, was the 440 six barrel 390 horsepower engine. In 1970 the Sport Fury GT was an exclusive member of the newly formed “Rapid Transit System.”
     
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    Grease monkey :welcome: to FEBO from New Jersey by the way!