With stacked headlights and a split, broad-jawed fascia, you would be excused in thinking a GTO of a similar vintage was crowding your rear view mirror. Actually, that's the most common place to find this Fury. Horsepower of the 5.2-liter 318A semi-Hemi is in the 230 range, shifting through a three-speed TorqueFlite automatic (although a manual was available with either three or four cogs). With nearly two tons to move around, it could use all the help it can get.
Photos show the car on dirt and wide, straight boulevards, either of which would be preferable to twisty mountainous roads in this big boy. But if its live axle and leaf springs were hardy enough for fleet duty in the 1960s, they won't upset your milkshake-slurping passengers during summer cruise nights.
PhiLOL actually likes the tuna here, but abhors structural rust. Save the manuals.