The Fury III was almost at the top of Plymouth’s model range for year 1966. Like the guys at Hemmings called it: A Mopar that owners could proudly show off to the neighbors. The featured car is not a time capsule, but I believe it is a beautiful build that most of you will appreciate.
This 1966 Plymouth Fury III was built by the Horsepower House shop in Atlanta, GA. In my opinion they did a pretty good job all the way around. It’s partially restored and mildly customized, still retaining its old school charm.
I love the Blue and White color combo, and the 18-inch American Muscle wheels looks good on it. I know, some will say those are too big for a classic Mopar. That’s because you haven’t seen it with the 22’s it had before. Yuck.
Under the hood sits a 360 V8 powerplant dressed with new parts. Edelbrock 7577 RPM AirGap Intake and AVS2 650CFM 4bbl carb to name a few. They made sure the 1966 Plymouth Fury III has a nice sound too. Shorty headers, 2.5-inch exhaust and Flowmaster straight-through mufflers seem like a good combo.
Here is a recent video filmed by Horsepower House, so you can see this beautiful 1966 Plymouth Fury III all the way around. And of course hear the Mopar sound.