1967 Dodge Coronet
Beautiful 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T for Auction. Real WS23 Car from California. This is the Very First Year for the R/T Muscle Car Option Package for the Dodge Division. The Non-Numbers Matching 1971 440 Engine and Torqueflite Automatic were Rebuilt and have less than 1000 miles on them. The Engine was Built to Stock factory Specs. with the Addition of aMild PerformanceCamshaft and Headers. Intake Manifold is a Dual Plane Edelbrock, with an Edelbrock Carburetor. Engine Sounds Very Crisp, and Runs Strong. Starts Every Time, with No Leaks or Issues. Rear End is a Sure-Grip 3.23. Brand New Coker Red-Lines on Old School Keystone Klassic Mag Wheels. Interior is in Very Nice Shape, and has its Original Door Panels. The Front Door panels, as you can see in the Photos, have a Wood Grain Strip and Red Reflector. This is Factory, and Not an Add On. I have never seen these Upgraded Door Panels Before on any R/T, and I am assuming that they were an Option, along with the Optional Passenger side Mirror, Chrome Bumper Guards, and the Woodgrain Sport Steering Wheel. Also, to note, the Sport Steering Wheel has No Cracking Whatsoever. Headliner is in Great Condition as well, with No Rips or Tears. Interior Chrome trim is all there. Dash Pad looks to be original, but can't say for sure. It is also in Nice Shape with No Cracks. The Car Chassis Underneath is All Super Solid, and still has the Factory Undercoating. Trunk area and Spare Tire Well all Solid. Under Both Doors and Inside Doors are Rust Free. More Pictures available upon request. Paint is Turbine Bronze, Basecoat Clearcoat. Car was Completely Stripped Down and Repainted at Tiger Auto Body in Bensenville, IL. This is a Very Nice Paint Job, but Not Show Quality. The Car is a Real Nice Driver, and Overall, I would say the Paint, Chrome, Trim, Interior is a 7 out of 10. Very fun car to drive, and Enjoy. Reserve is Low, Lower than I've seen any of these cars sell for in the last 5 years. E-Mail with Any Questions. $500.00 Deposit Due Thru PayPal within 24 hours at end of Auction. Shipping is the Responsibility of Winning Bidder, but I will Co-operate with your arrangements for picking up the Car. Thanks, and Happy Bidding!!!!!