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There is a vehicle up on blocks in my neighborhood and I'd like to approach on buying it but I'm not sure exactly what it is.......The vehicle grill is a 1971 and it is a convertible. The vehicle does have the double bubble hood which I have read was a 1970 Item not a 1971. The vehicle has drums on the front. If it is actually a GT, how many of the 1971 GT's were convertibles? Could it be possible a GT had drums?
 

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There is a vehicle up on blocks in my neighborhood and I'd like to approach on buying it but I'm not sure exactly what it is.......The vehicle grill is a 1971 and it is a convertible. The vehicle does have the double bubble hood which I have read was a 1970 Item not a 1971. The vehicle has drums on the front. If it is actually a GT, how many of the 1971 GT's were convertibles? Could it be possible a GT had drums?
I'd like to confirm this is a Fury.
 

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You need to get the VIN. Disc brakes were optional on a 70 Fury GT, standard on a GT in 71.

There were no Fury convertibles of any trim line in 1971. I don’t believe the 70 Fury GT was available as a convertible.
 

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I don't see any convertibles in 70 or 71 in any of the Fury cars'
In 1968 and 1969 there was a Fury III convertible and a Sport Fury convertible.
 

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You need to join “forcbodiesonly.com”
A lot of knowledge there for those cars.
 
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