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Need 72 Fury II Police Sedan Body/Frame Bushings

Discussion in 'Technical Support & Help' started by Christopher Zavatski, Feb 14, 2017.

  1. Christopher Zavatski

    Christopher Zavatski Member

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    I am doing a frame-off restoration of my 1972 Fury II Police Sedan. I am looking for Body/Frame Bushings (3 sets total), front door interior panels black and a deck lid emblem says (Fury II). Also if anyone has other parts, I'll sure like to hear from you.

    Thanks
    Chris
     
  2. AC TC

    AC TC Active Member

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    Didnt the cop cars come with the rubber bushings replaced with cast iron bushings from the factory?
     
  3. Rickorino

    Rickorino Member

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    Long time ago, I had a 69 fury 2. What's under the hood of that police cruiser?
     
  4. ImperialCrown

    ImperialCrown Moderator Level III Supporter

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    Welcome to Allpar. Looking at the 70-72 Mopar parts catalog, I see 'Isolators' listed for the front crossmember, but no picture to confirm what they may look like. The right/left Mopar part #'s are 2071514 and 2071515. Google might help you with images and applications.
    NOS may be fruitless, but you might use the part #'s as a search reference?
    The parts book ends at chapter 13, so I couldn't look up the emblem. That would be in chapter 23 (body). You may want to look for a Mopar parts catalog book or CD on eBay or Amazon?
     
  5. valiant67

    valiant67 Rich Corinthian Leather Level III Supporter

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    I'm not sure they did, I've never had them on any of the cop cars I've had (though supposedly some did). But I've never had a C body one.
     
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