This is a long term project, especially as my business takes most of my spare time. A good friend we called 'Dammit Jim' owed me some money for storing about fifteen of his cars, and he was rummaging through a truck wrecking yard in upstate New York that time forgot, for vintage Ford parts that he dealt in. I got a call from him one day and he asked if I would be interested in a Plymouth convertible that had been left for dead in 1965, after looking at his pictures, I figured it would be worth what he owed me in parts, although the Golden Commando 361 was long gone. He had a mutual friend that was helping him at the time load the car up onto a two-place trailer, along with a rusty '60 Edsel coupe that was sold to a collector in the bay area, and he brought the load west. Both cars had to have ropes wrapped around them to keep major parts from falling off, it's a wonder the state troopers didn't pull him over! When he arrived, we set the Fury convertible on top of another frame before moving it with a forklift, as it was breaking apart rapidly. Pics are not the best quality.