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1968 Plymouth Fury Custom Suburban Hearse Startin

1968 Plymouth Fury Custom Suburban in That's Your Funeral, Movie, 1972 IMDB

Class: Cars, Funeral — Model origin: US

1968 Plymouth Fury Custom Suburban Hearse Startin

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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Alexander DE

2006-01-21 00:15

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[Image: syourfuneral23plymouthfuryhear.7097.jpg] [Image: syourfuneral40plymouthfuryhear.8515.jpg] [Image: syourfuneral51plymouthfuryhear.905.jpg]

Callahan VI

2006-01-24 14:53

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1968 plymouth fury.

Some RHD models were badged Dodge Phoenix. This one appears to be a wagon converted to hearse duty. RHD too!

It's a Plymouth though.

2491tj EN

2006-03-09 03:35

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ex canadian vehicle,originally 4 door saloon, converted by an english coachbuilder,also did ford galaxies an all.

explorer4x4

2006-04-26 03:29

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Its a 1968 Plymouth Fury Suburban Custom, previously a 1968 Plymouth Fury III Sedan.

Firebird86 US

2006-07-11 21:48

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explorer4x4 wrote 1968 Plymouth Fury III Sedan.

Sedan ????? That must have been some modification. [:2501]

yvon52 BE

2006-07-11 22:07

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It's a factory edition .... painted in black:

[Image: fury6824jpg8ss.4731.jpg][Image: fury6825jpg6vj.5535.jpg][Image: fury6827jpg5za.4126.jpg]

:lol: :lol: :lol:

yvon52 BE

2006-07-11 22:12

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explorer4x4 wrote Its a 1968 Plymouth Fury Suburban Custom, previously a 1968 Plymouth Fury III Sedan.


You're right, it's a Custom Suburban.

Animatronixx DE

2007-12-20 13:43

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2491tj wrote ex canadian vehicle,originally 4 door saloon, converted by an english coachbuilder,also did ford galaxies an all.


Red Lion Automobiles Ltd. offered this kind of simply converted hearses based on Canadian Ford chassis in the early sixties. The car shown here would be most likely converted by Thomas Startin (aka. Startins). I wonder where´s the other hearse of "That´s your funeral", seen most of the time during the whole movie.

Edit: Ah, OK, found it here: /vehicle_19134-Austin-20.html

-- Last edit: 2007-12-20 14:04:37

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