crankshaft with 4 main bearings, chain-driven camshaft, aluminum alloy pistons,
top compression ring chrome plated adjustable valve tappets with heat-resistant
alloy steel exhaust valve seat inserts.
*Complete '57 Fury engine specs not available at this time.
Front - Combined torsion bar springs and ball joints, lower unsprung
weight, wide-angle lower control struts, rubber isolated pivot
mountings, redesigned Oriflow Shock Absorbers.
Rear - Asymmetric stub spring design. Larger, soft jounce cushioners,
rubber isolated rear springs.
If you were in the market for a push-button transmission, Plymouth was the way to go! The Chrysler Corporation was virtually the only company that had moderate success with the push-button transmission system since it was the only one of its kind at the time that was mechanically controlled. Buyer's had a choice of a PowerFlite or Torque-Flite push-button transmission.
PowerFlite - 2 speed automatic push-button available in all models.
Torque-Flite - 3 speed automatic push-button optional in the V8