1973 Plymouth Fury
1973 Plymouth Fury sales catalog showing Gran Coupe
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Again in 1973, the full-sized Plymouths were called the Furys. The lineup consisted of the Fury Gran Sedan and Coupe, the Fury III and the lesser Fury II and I. The cars came with a restyled body which still based on the first 1969 Fuselage design. The front had lost its loop-style bumper due to federally mandated impact protection standards. These were also responsible for the introduction of the elastomeric bumper guards that can be found on all 1973 full sized cars from Chrysler Corp.

1973 Plymouth Station wagon catalog cover

There was an extra station wagon catalog featuring the Fury Sport Suburban, Custom Suburban and Suburban.

1973 Chrysler and Plymouth trailer towing guide cover
There was also a trailer towing guide for the 1973 Chrysler and Plymouth models featuring the trailer towing packages and a minimum engine size to trailer weight chart.

1973 Plymouth Fury spring special model

Spring of 1973 saw the introduction of a "Gold Sticker" Special Value Fury with remarkeable upholstery.

1973 Plymouth Fury 2-door hardtop


This ad toutes the new sandrad electronic ignition on all Furys, among other features.

1972 Chrysler Corp. annual financial report showing Gran Coupe

A photo of a 1973 Plymouth Gran Coupe (if not the same car found on the catalog cover) also graced the cover of the corporation's 1972 annual financial report.
1973 Plymouth Fury 2-door hardtop

This ad explains how the 1973 Furys fight rust and noise. It also emphasizes the fact that all Furys now had electronic ignition.

This is a folder marketing Mopar's range of optinal equipment and add-on accessories, such as floor mats, ski-racks or - believe it or not - a home stereo system. So make up your mind if you forgot something...




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