|Series Type||Series Number||Body/Style||Body Type & Seating||Factory Price||Shipping Weight||Production Total|
|Fury I||BP1/2-L||PL41||4-dr Sed-6P||$2584.00||3655||39,698|
|Fury I||BP1/2-L||PL21||2-dr Sed-6P||$2531.00||3610||12,538|
|Fury I||BP1/2-L||PL45||4-dr Sta Wag-6P||$2941.00||4130||9,690|
|Fury II||BP1/2-M||PM41||4-dr Sed-6P||$2684.00||3665||55,016|
|Fury II||BP1/2-M||PM21||2-dr Sed-6P||$2631.00||3630||2,503|
|Fury II||BP2-M||PM46||4-dr Sta Wag-9P||$3087.00||4175||5,580|
|Fury II||BP2-M||PM45||4-dr Sta Wag-6P||$2986.00||4145||10,718|
|Fury III||BP1/2-H||PH41||4-dr Sed-6P||$2823.00||3715||46,505|
|Fury III||BP1/2-H||PH23||2-dr HT Cpe-6P||$2829.00||3675||41,869|
|Fury III||BP2-H||PH43||4-dr HT Sed-6P||$2893.00||3630||33,922|
|Fury III||BP2-H||PH27||2-dr Conv-6P||$3074.00||3720||4,326|
|Fury III||BP2-H||PH46||4-dr Sta Wag-9P||$3216.00||4165||10,886|
|Fury III||BP2-H||PH45||4-dr Sta Wag-6P||$3115.00||4155||9,239|
|Sport Fury||BP2-P||PP23||2-dr HT Cpe-5P||$3006.00||3730||32,523|
|Sport Fury||BP2-P||PP27||2-dr Conv-5P||$3251.00||3755||3,418|
|VIP||BP2-H||PS43||4-dr HT sed-6P||$3133.00||3780||12,058|
|VIP||BP2-H||PS23||2-dr HT Cpe-6P||$3069.00||3700||N/A|
The Plymouth Fury models for 1966 were facelifted. A new split grille with horizontal blades stretched between stacked headlights. The rear bumper received “PLYMOUTH” block lettering. The rear deck lid had a flat center depression the carried over the rear panel, splitting it horizontally.
The Fury I was the base model range. Equipment included model nameplates; full-length mid bodyside moldings; heater and defroster; front seat belts; oil filter and five blackwall tires.
The Fury II had all the above features, plus front foam seats; carpets; Fury II nameplates and moldings along the upper featureline. A spring special edition
had metallic silver finish; blue vinyl seats; whitewalls; Deluxe wheel covers and bright side window accents.
The Fury III had all the features of the Fury I & II models, plus light package; electric clock; backup lights; oversized tires on convertables; hooked ‘candy cane’ molding treatment; Fury III nameplates and louver style cowl side ornaments.
The premium offering in the Fury line-up was the Sport Fury, which had all of the above options, plus bucket seats; console; Deluxe Fury steering wheel; special finned wheel covers; fender skirts and three decortive bars on the front doors.
A new offering based on the Fury sheetmetal, was the V.I.P. line. It originally included only a four-door hardtop with VIP markings; special side moldings with wood grained inserts; fender skirts; center arm rest seats; and interior roof pillar reading lamps. After January 1, 1966, a VIP two-door hardtop coupe was available.
Three speed manual transmission was standard. Automatic transmission with Six ($192); with V-8 ($211). Four speed manual floor shift transmission with ‘383’ or ‘440’ V-8’s. ‘Commando’ V-8 383 cubic inch 270 horsepower two-barrel engine ($71). “Commando” V-8 383 cubic inch 325 horsepower four-barrel engine ($120). ‘Commando’ V-8 440 cubic inch 365 horsepower four barrel engine ($234). Crankcase vent system, mandatory on California built cars ($5). Sure-Grip positive traction rear axle ($50). Available rear axle gear ratios: 3.55:1; 3.23:1; 2.94:1; and 2.93:1.