My 1978 Plymouth Fury I bought in February, 2009. I found this car on craigslist, in the Downtown Akron, Ohio area. He started the first listing asking $1,800, then after a few weeks it was down to $1,000. I knew something had to have been wrong with the car, asking that little for such a prime example of a perfect project vehicle. I called the guy, went and looked at it, drove it, and was VERY pleased. It had all new brakes. The steering felt great, suspension was perfect, and the motor ran terrific. It even has the original Lean-Burn System that had no problems. The engine had no hesitation when floored. It is a 318 V-8, auto. Trans. I am not a Mopar guy, but I knew there were other mopar guys out there that would want this furious fury. I offered $900 and i drove it home. How can you go wrong with 58,600 miles, a perfect interior, great motor a low ball asking price? You cant. I was impressed. I have been waiting for the weather to turn nice since i brought it home. I have since cleaned it out, and had it up on the rack a few times to look underneath. The body has some significant rust, but thats no suprise, considering it was driven Ohio winters, and Mopars rusted quickly. The frame and floors are 100% solid. My trusty mechanic, Zim's, has had to do nothing to the engine. It is inspected and to be in 'perfect working order.' I've had it on the highway, and there is cleary no hesitation while traveling high speeds. I'm taking this car to illinois next week to see my great grandma. 3/27/09 is the departure date. I have been taking it all around, trying to get the heater fixed, and A/C by somebody. I'm getting plates and insurance. I'm really going to enjoy the velour interior. The body, being rusted, is good from the rear quarter panels forward. It suprisingly still obtains the original paint! The previous owner, who was a kid, had started body work. He took the grey/silver vinyl top off, and all the molding for the doors. I have since applied some of the molding to the body that was removed. The kid i bought it from had told me he bought it from the son's original owner. You can tell the old man who owned it had kept it mint, garaged and driven rarely. The interior is just like new. Was driven gentle its whole life. The rust got bad, the kid said, when he got it and started driving it a few winters in a row. Now that i own it, it will never see a winter again. I initially bought this car because I knew somebody would want to make it into a Dukes of Hazard county police car, as this was the car they used as the cop cars. I have still to decide what i want to do with it. It is a great car, runs great and is VERY comfortable. It could be a great cruiser, or a great cop car replica from Dukes of Hazard. What do i do with it? Sell it? Keep it? Let me know!