Plymouth Fury GT (1970)
Despite being an economy brand in Chrysler Corporation, Plymouth had a surprisingly large number of muscle cars during the ’60s and ’70s, as well as numerous unique versions. Their luxury muscle car was the GTX. But in 1970, the Fury GT debuted as the most significant model. The Fury GT was a two-door coupe version of the Fury sedan, and in GT guise, it was a full-size muscle car with the perfect combination of looks and power (via Hagerty).
Under the hood was a well-known 440 V8 with a three-carburetor setup and 375 hp on tap. Buyers could choose between the 727 Torqueflite automatic and a four-speed manual. They preferred the manual if they wanted any actual performance. However, despite the power and looks, the Fury GT was a small performer since it was still heavy. In combination with a relatively high price tag, it proved to be a slow seller. After only one year in production, Plymouth discontinued the GT model.