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I've always liked this car, possibly from watching them as police cars on TV in my childhood. I wanted it to be simplistic at first, and it got too detailled. But I did try to limit the colour palette - the body is (mostly) 5-6 colours, and the chrome work is another 4-5 colours.
In 1975, Chrysler moved the Fury nameplate to Plymouth's redesigned mid-size models that had previously been marketed as the Satellite. The full-sized Plymouth then became known as the Plymouth Gran Fury. The Gran Fury (not Grand Fury) was dropped after 1977, and the mid-sized models were dropped after 1978. There was no 1979 Fury, Gran or otherwise.
Continuing in 1980 a new R body Gran Fury emerged, it was an R body the same as the Dodge St. Regis and Chrysler Newport for 1980-1981. That body was discontinued in 1982 when they re-labeled the Dodge Diplomat with minor changes, into a new smaller Gran Fury through the 1989 model year. The engine sizes available were the Slant-6, 318, and 360 from 1980-1981, then they went to a 318 V8 with choice of 2 bbl or 4 bbl engines from 1982-1989. The 4 bbl was mostly picked for the Police package A38 models.