FUNCTIONING LIGHTS, 318 V8, 727 AUTO, PWR STEER, FRONT DISCS, FUN SOLID CRUISER!
This is the car for those who wants a bit of fun with their classics. After all, a 1977 Plymouth Fury dressed in full Hazzad County Police livery is the kind of car that's going to get you invited to a lot of places. And with the nice V8 and luxury features, it's easy to take it anywhere.
Fans of The Dukes of Hazzard get to decide if you want to be Sheriff Rosco Coltrane or Enos (or have friend drive, and you can ride in the back as one of the Duke boys.) This sedan has truly been assembled correctly using all the right gold logos affixed to the that perfect shade of justice-style plain white. And that real light bar on top is working, so if you're not careful, you could get in as much trouble as when the Bo and Luke stole the sheriff's ride. You even have a front license plate that officially has this car "inspected" by Hazzard's ace mechanic Cooter (Ben Jones). Even without all The Dukes of Hazzard fun attached to this sedan, you have to be wondering how often you get to see these Plymouths anymore. They have really grow into something unique with the big front bumper, and grille that looks like it could push its way through a crowd; the hint of Coke bottle curve in the profile; and the rear bumper that's nicely integrated into the overall design. This is a squad car replica with some true personality!
Inside you immediately see the benefit of having a consumer-grade car instead of a true police cruiser. After all, those got an industrial-grade benches, and this one looks positively luxurious with plush front seats and a fold-down center armrest for individualized comfort. And no matter if you're carrying family of friends, they don't feel like "perps" in the back thanks to the more stylized vinyl, and plenty of space in this large Fury. In fact, this is quite a pleasant Plymouth with the factory two-spoke steering wheel that gives you a clear view of the factory gauges. There's even still the provisions for factory air conditioning. Plus, the stereo has been upgraded to a modern AM/FM/CD unit to keep you from trying to listen to the siren too much.
Under the hood is a trusty Mopar 318 cubic-inch V8. This has all the right signs of authenticity in features like the corporate turquoise on the valve covers, factory compressor, and a stock air topper. It even shows good care, right down to the Optima Yellow Top battery. By 1977, the horsepower wars were over, but the large displacement powerplant makes sure this is no slouch. It's all about smoothness and torque, and the 318 delivers in spades. The transmission is an A727 three-speed automatic, and there's power steering, and front disc brakes, for an easy time behind the wheel. And nothing rides as smooth as the big Mopars from this era. So you can enjoy this one even when you're not in hot pursuit.
A cool replica that was approved by Cooter, and so it's a great enthusiast car at an affordable price. And we bet you're not the only fan of The Dukes of Hazzard, so you might want to hurry before someone else has all the county-fried fun. Call now!!
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- Power Steering
- AM/FM Radio
- CD Player
- Air Conditioning
- Front Disc Brakes
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- Seatbelts (Rear)
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