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YAK Car Pic of the Day

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See, not every 1974 Plymouth Fury was a police car or a taxi cab. This one, which can still be seen regularly in a Niagara Falls driveway, even has a vinyl top, full wheel covers, and white sidewall tires. How’d that one slip through the assembly line? This was the final year that the full-sized Plymouths would be called Fury. In 1975 they became known as the Gran Fury, while the Fury moniker was handed down to the mid-sized line formerly known as Satellite. In 1982 the Gran Fury name would move on to a Dodge Diplomat-clone four-door sedan that you also thought came only as a police car/taxi cab. 

— Jim Corbran, You Auto Know…