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Yes, it was a Newport actually. I do have a 74 New Yorker though with a 440 .
Nice! Thats about a 27,000 dollar car over on FCBO !
Lol. Never in my eyes but I like it. It floats going down the roads. The 175 shot of NOS helps for playing around with Camaros, Mustangs and ohers.
I like your style. A fellow racer/friend of mine put together one of those nice originals with a low deck 500 stroker.. Goal is to run 11,s.. even has a CB with the telephone handset. Should be a riot
66 New Yorker 4700 lbs ,505 stroker HP exhaust manifolds 3.23 rear 12.30 @ 110mph. He is on FCBO and I have patterned my build from him and Furygt for my 69 Fury.
He drives the New Yorker 70 miles each way to the drag strip From MEV,, email@example.com 60' 1.71 I still think it will go 11.99 505 stroker, cnc'd stealths, full TTI exhaust, 830 quick fuel, perfromer RPM straub technologies custom grind cam 2800 Stall 4767lbs race weight 3:23 gear with detroit locker 275/60/15 M&H racemaster drag radials ©22 psi Early run high 12's
My 505 440 stroker designed by Mr Dwayne Porter is done and will be installed shortly in my 69 Fury III.
Great looking C-body Fury. I will send you pictures of a friend's 1970 Sport Fury GT. It is a factory V-code 440 6 BBL. One of only a handful known to exist. It is believed to be the only one fully restored. He has shown it at Carlisle and MCACN at Indy.
Thanks for that. Yes I have seen those pics over at my home base at FCBO ,Wonderful car. My original 383 in my Fury is long gone and a 440 [tired] was installed many years ago. The 505 will look stock ,painted and HP manifolds, but the main reason for my posting is to bring a bit more awareness to C bodies. They are /were just used as organ donors many times and the carcass just discarded. They are great cars and if I were to guess there are many more 1970 Cuda's on the road today than 69 Fury's. My hope is the New Yorker that the OP just acquired will not meet a dismal fate especially if the car is not a rot box.