This 1960 Plymouth Fury looks great in its Aqua Mist (sometimes referred to as Seaspray) paint and is powered by a Golden Commando 395 which is a 361 cubic inch V8. Plymouth in 1960 still had awesome tailfins. While many manufacturers began to scale theirs down, Plymouth would remove them completely the following year.
Fury was Plymouth’s top of the line offering for 1960 although it did mark the dropping of the Sport Fury premium line. Fury's were equipped with everything that a Belvedere had but some extra niceties such as; chrome stone chip shields, tailfin medallions, back-up lights, electric clock and the distictive "Fury" script on the front fender.
1960 also marked the first year for Unibody construction.
This 2 door hardtop sedan would have been one of 18,079 made and had a base price of $2,564 when equipped with the standard six cylinder engine. An extra $119 got you the 318 cubic inch Fury V-800 engine. The Golden Commando engine that this Fury is equipped with came in at a $325 above the base price.