Where it was located - in an open field - was surrounded by junk yards - most of them fenced in. We called it the "bottoms" as it was in flood land right near one of the little forks of the great Trinity river. It's near the intersection of hwy 1382 and Camp Wisdom which is about a mile off of I-20 in southern Dallas. There are still a few grandfather yards in there but the developers have a hold of the rest of the lots. Okay I was lucky - sweated bullets for a few years while it sat - the factory tach just sitting there. ALL the trim was off - and just sticking out the back window - even all the factory Fury hub caps were there ! They along with the gold side trim were/are aluminum - so was glad a scrapper didn't get them. The chore trim with all the points were there as well - main thing Fury was the chrome ring that goes on the deluxe steering wheel. Anyway was lucky to have my hands on and buy lots of parts cars over the years - with only a little sadness there. It had a 354 hemi with an auto in it which had thrown a rod. So already have a nice 277 3sp OD in it now and it yard drives. It was an original three on tree Fury which I have yet to see another - most were auto's. Tor into it.....wait until youse guys see the 56 D-500....another small challenge.....oh I'm a 1956 too !