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1977 Plymouth Fury by CRWPitman 1977 Plymouth Fury by CRWPitman
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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.
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Rion-Fan Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014
This is ACTUALLY a FURY, Gran Fury had round heallights and was way bigger than this car.
Captain-Varro Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's some nice old Mopar right there. :+fav: Very clean.
OUTRIDING Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2006
Nice job! this is really good
Mav10 Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2006
great reflection :+fav:
uniquedesign Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2006
You are a magician, bravo [link]
luiscds Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2006
BlakeSuperior Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2006
It looks great!
Incubas Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2005
very cool vectors!! :) nice work!

killersid Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2005
amazing... gotta fave this one
Dread44 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2005
U are the best in it :)
kenpoist Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2005
Beautiful work Craig. :clap:
SandofNorway Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2005

Great work, once again! Truly a cool looking car!


Sand :-)
lemontea Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2005
Lovely work! The style and overall colour choice rocks to no end. I remember watching these cars on the cop shows as a kid -- definitely that coolest ugly beautiful cars around.
DesertEz Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2005   Interface Designer
damn... thats awsome! great job!
Dekus Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2005
wow :omg: Looks Fantastic! It must have taken forever to color every little part of car and reflection.. :O_o:
Its really worth a +Fav!
sicklizard Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cool pic.
SteelJaw Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2005  Professional Traditional Artist
The detail is amazing. I have always wanted to attempt a vector 'portrait' of my car, but I always balk when I try to start it. Seeing pieces like this really inspires me to give it a go. I Love the chrome. Wow.
CRWPitman Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2005  Professional General Artist
It's not as hard as your think...
Slick6 Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2005
Wow. :drool:
formula-s Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2005
Those good old "B"- Bodies! They were as tough as nails, yet had a ride that was pretty serene, and then, believe it or not, actually handled well, too! Brakes and some of the automatic transmissions were the weak links. Those "vaned" wheels are achieved by utilizing a flexible polyurethane form that is fastened to a stock steel wheel! Then a polished aluminum trim ring and plated lug nuts and a bright center cap are added for the final touches. You're looking at the base root of a Cordoba, my friend! These "downsized" Fury models were also available with the fine, rich Corinthian Leather that Ricardo Montalban always played up with the more expensive Cordobas.

What an excellent vector, Craig!!! Your work is fantastic, as always! Worthy of a :+fav: !!! :)
lemontea Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2005
Hah! I see we're often lured to the same vectors :P Great explanation!
formula-s Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2005
Thanks! Craig sure does some mighty clean work! Sometimes I worry I may be spewing forth too much :blahblah: and am kind of depressed that my brain contains so much info that is so "next-to-useless"!

Hopefully, I am providing more entertainment than boredom!!! :)
formula-s Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2005
Hahahahaaaa!!! :rofl:

Wow, my ego just LOVES you!!!! :lol:

Thanks! As a Side-Benefit (at NO extra charge!!!) :

I think I AM CERTAINLY MUCH LESS DISTRACTING than a pool-load of shapely bunnies playing and getting all wet... ummm, that sounded kind of naughty, didn't it???

Sorry! :)
lemontea Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2005
Hah, no worries. Your information is more interesting than watching the Playboy Bunnies have a pool party.
CRWPitman Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2005  Professional General Artist
Thanks! Love your little history reports on the cars... I sadly haven't driven any of the car's I've drawn. The list of car's I've driven is actually very short.

- 1984 Mercury Marquis (the Fox platform one)
- 1992 Ford F150
- 1997 Saab 900SE Talladega (Turboooooooooooooooooooooo!)
- 1995 Hyundai Sonata
- 2000 Hyundai Sonata V6
- 2004 Hyundai Elantra GT (now pimping the winter rim, cop-car look)
OwaikeO Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2005
u always make me jealous and envious

in other words, ur stuff is def a FAV
kingnothing Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2005
very nice, I have always liked your vectors
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