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1960 Plymouth Fury

1960 Plymouth Fury in Riding the Bullet, Movie, 2004 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1960 Plymouth Fury

Position 01:30:57 [*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle

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antp BE

2006-05-31 23:18

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Seen a first time briefly:
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00:13:00

Then again:
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00:23:18

And used a lot starting at that scene:
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00:52:03

A story in the story:
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Reminds another movie? :D
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Explorer4X4

2006-05-31 23:25

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It is the second generation, and it is a 1960. I am not sure whether or not it is a Sport Fury but I think it is.

qwerty_86 US

2006-06-01 05:17

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Kinda funny how it's a red and white Plymouth Fury. Must be a reference to Christine since this was also a story by Stephen King I believe.

antp BE

2006-06-01 11:03

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Especially in the scene where a guy is chased by the car (though here somebody drives the car...)

Skid US

2006-07-02 06:41

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I can't believe they destroyed a 1960 Fury. >:(

Early '60s Chrysler products are extremely difficult to get parts for.

Fury350 US

2006-08-20 00:44

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I really love the 1960 model.
Red and white to?! Coool! ^^

By the way they don't destroy a '60 Plymouth. It's a '59 Plymouth, look closely and you will see that it's not the same car.

antp BE

2006-08-20 12:28

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Right, I did not notice it but it is clearly not the same car :)

hughie522 AU

2006-11-05 06:12

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Pardon my ignorance but what's the difference between a '59 and a '60?

Firebird86 US

2006-11-05 06:14

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hughie522 wrote Pardon my ignorance but what's the difference between a '59 and a '60?

1 year :D

jplemoine FR

2006-11-05 11:09

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Firebird86 wrote
1 year :D



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R36 GE US

2006-11-15 01:37

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Body on mounted frame in 1959 vs. unibody 1960

yvon52 BE

2006-11-15 02:04

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I agree with "Fury". The car who scrash is not the same. Look the back wing and you shall see the difference.
It's a 59 wing instead of a 60 like on all the other pictures

-- Last edit: 2006-11-15 02:05:43

Carlover NL

2006-12-19 15:24

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I like the 1958 model the most from the fist generation Fury's (1957-1960). Actually it became a submodel in 1959, the ugliest year, and if you don't see that all these red/white Fury coupés used in Stephen King-movies are such an obvious wink to the film 'Christine' from 1983, you know it now. In Cat's Eye is olso a Fury featered from that same first run and olso in Storm Of The Century, if I'm correct.
And, I can clearly see that the burning Fury as depicted by 'A story in a story' is a 1959 model.

Greets, a Stephen King-fan

Explorer4x4

2006-12-19 17:00

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It pissed me off though that they didn't use the 58' Fury in It the movie. In the book there was a red and white 1958 Fury.

stronghold EN

2008-02-02 01:51

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Ddey65 US

2009-11-08 19:06

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That's pretty funny, Firebird. But I think this might help.
http://www.59sportfury.net/showcase/index.html

[Image: 1959plymouthsportfurywu.8250.jpg]
Now, that's the '59 Fury. ;) :D

Sport Fury, actually.

-- Last edit: 2009-11-08 19:11:41

eXAKR SG

2011-05-17 17:27

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This is Christine's younger sister, lol.

mr.mopar69 US

2011-10-10 01:53

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yea there is no way they would wreck a 1960 Fury.And the difference is vey clear. A '60 Fury has actual fins. A '59 has half-assed fins.

BricklinSV1 NZ

2015-08-24 13:18

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Beautiful car, beautiful sound!. The first time i watched it i had to smile at the several little homages/allusions to "christine", be it the make and model, color tone, or the short chase scene. I gotta say, i loathe that horrid looking squared-off steering wheel.

-- Last edit: 2015-08-24 13:19:30

Commander 57 US

2015-08-24 15:10

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One of life's little driving pleasures is letting the steering wheel spin back through your hands after making a turn. Can't do that with a square wheel.
I never liked it either and no doubt the public agreed because that feature did not last long.

(The idea was to increase visibility of the dashboard gauges but still........)

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