Plymouth Fury

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This 1966 Plymouth Fury II four door sedan was the first car built in Chrysler Corporation’s Appembly Plant in Belvidere, Illinois. It came off the line on July 7, 1965 and was presented to the Boone County Historical Society for permanent display on October 8, 1965 when the keys were turned over to Leo Sabien Sr, president of the Society.

The Fury has been in only one parade and that was the 4th of July parade in 1991 and was driven by George Gibson.

On July 19th, 2015, the car headed to Chrysler to celebrate its 50th birthday as part of Chryslers 50th Anniversary celebration.

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