This 1967 Plymouth Fury I police car probably survived because it belonged to a small suburban police department. I think that era had some of the best looking Mopar products ever, with sharp, trim lines that I think look better than the somewhat bloated “fuselage” styling that would follow. Some think that Elwood Engel made Plymouths look too much like Fords, where he had worked before coming to Chrysler to head styling there, but I doubt you’d confuse this with a Ford.
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