1967 Dodge Coronet R/T Hardtop 440HP Auto #'s Mopar Muscle Hemi GTX Road Runner
- Make: Dodge
- Model: Coronet
- SubModel: Rare WS23L R/T Gold Metallic on White/Gold/Black
- Type: Hardtop
- Trim: R/T 2-Door Hardtop Special Edition
- Year: 1967
- Mileage: 92,137
- Color: ZZ1 Gold Metallic
- Engine size: 440 High Performance Engine, rebuilt
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Power Steering, Power Brakes
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: 727 Torqueflite Automatic
- Drive type: Rear wheel drive
- Interior color: P6E Premium White, Gold, and Black Bucket Seat Int
- Options: Road & Track R/T package, 440 4v 375HP performance engine
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1967 Dodge Coronet Rare WS23L R/T Gold Metallic on White/Gold/Black
1967 Dodge Coronet R/T 440 HP
Road & Track High Performance Edition
Numbers matching/correct 440HP
Original Fender Tag
Here is your opportunity to own a rare and genuine 1967 WS23L Coronet R/T and not break the bank doing it! Call me at 360-936-9257 with any questions. Clear title in hand, matches VIN exactly for shipping, export, etc.
This is a numbers-matching project that’s about a day away from being your runner/driver. Brand-new rebuilt engine, never fired. And yes, I have the receipts.
Original Fender Tag showing the following options and information:
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1 3 1
12345678 AX TRM PNT UBS
5 2 P6E ZZ1 B 8
WS23 83 5 485 B17 08258
CAR: Dodge Coronet R/T 2 Door Hardtop
ENGINE: 440cid 4-bbl HP V8
TRANSMISSION: 3-Speed Automatic
TIRES: 7.75 x 14 Red Streak Tires (still has original Red Streak spare tire!)
MODEL YEAR: 1967
BUILD DATE: November 17, 1966
AXLE: 2.94 Rear Axle Ratio
INTERIOR: Premium Trim Grade, Vinyl Bucket Seats. White on Gold
PAINT: Gold Metallic
OTHER: Black Upper Door Frame Color
1-5: Unknown Option (I believe this may be the B-pillar molding?)
A1: 26in Radiator
F3: Unknown Option (Internal factory code for R/T option?)
R1: AM Radio
b4: Bucket Seats
j4: Molding - Body Sill Narrow
-Rebuilt original numbers-correct C440 HP engine date 11-04-1966 (car was built 11-17-1966). Full rebuild including new pistons, rings, bearings, HV oil pump, HP cam, lifters,springs, valve job, keepers, bolt kit, HP timing set, rotating assembly balance,crank key and freeze plugs, gasket and seal set. Fresh engine, all new, neverfired.
-Performance parts including Edelbrock aluminum intake, Mallory dual pointdistributor, Holley 750 double-pumper carburetor
-Fresh and correct paint in proper Chrysler Turquoise over POR15 base
-Correct original HP exhaust manifolds
-All accessories including generator, new water pump, new thermostat &housing, power steering pump & bracket, new HV mechanical fuel
pump, and starter
-Rebuilt 727 automatic transmission & converter
-New fuel tank & sending unit
-Newly rebuilt power brake system including booster, master cylinder, wheel cylinders, and brake shoes
-Original 26” radiator & fan shroud
-Original early Mopar 440 dual snorkel air cleaner w/440 Magnum pie tin
-Original Mopar sheet metal including all correct R/T parts, emblems, etc.
-Nice chrome, trim, glass, etc.
-OLD black enamel repaint over original Gold Metallic, still looks awesome and tough as-is, as you can see!
-Restored Mopar Magnum 500 wheels w/excellent BFG Radial T/A tires
-Good door, hood, and trunk panel alignment
-Original P6E interior decodes as premium white vinyl upholstery, gold door panels and seat backs,blackcarpet, black dash, black headliner, and black door paint.Super cool and classy. Has original and hard-to-find lowback bucket seats with headrests, buddy center seat/arm rest, and back seatwith the original upholstery tag still in place. Re-done long ago in black with goldpiping... still looks cool, and is totally functional. Original headliner is in place anddecent.
-Original 150 MPH speedometer, dash and bezels uncut and undamaged, allgauges intact and look to be in working order. Wiring is original and not cut up. Former owner claimed all electrical was in working order; it looks like it should be.
-Original Coronet R/T upper door badges are present and nice!
This has been a two-owner local car since new. Off the road since 1992, a mechanical restoration was begun and not finished. It is being sold as a non-running project, with steering and brakes operable for transport. The engine was fully rebuilt less than two years ago, and has been sealed, placed indoor dry shop storage, and turned as appropriate to keep it ready to fire. The engine is ready to go, wired, at TDC. The transmission was done prior to the engine. The carburetor may need to be gone through, but might still be fine as-is. All that is left to be a runner/driver again is to connect the fuel lines, add fluids, buy and install a new battery, make a few electrical connections, and have the exhaust system done from the manifolds back. All the hard work is done. A grand gets you on the road.
The body is straight; not perfect, but very straight. Paint is old, but still looks cool as heck. Nothing left to find for the car; it’s all here. Obviously it would look amazing in Gold Metallic again, with a new white/gold/black interior, but it is cool and enjoyable as-is. No overt exterior rust issues; hood, rockers, deck lid, doors, trunk, etc. are very solid. Needs a passenger-side rear floor repair; driver’s side has some rust, but not enough to require replacement unless you are a fanatic about a few minor perforations.
The interior is compete and usable as-is, but obviously worthy of restoration... it would look stunning restored with original premium white upholstery, gold door panels and seat backs, and black door paint, dash, headliner, and carpet. Package tray area was cut for bigger speakers (will cover w/new package tray upholstery), doors had small speakers in the lower door panel area (will cover w/new door panels).
Clear title in hand, matches VIN exactly for export, inspection, etc. Original Certicard and under-hood holder are both still present. Fender tag is original, present, and easily readable. I have receipts for the engine rebuild.
Please be prepared to remit payment in full within 3 days of auction’s end via deposit into my Bank of America account, or bank wire transfer.
While every effort is being made to describe the vehicle as accurately as possible, it is in fact a 49-year-old classic project, and being sold as-is, without warranty or guarantee expressed, written, or implied.
I own a restoration shop and can help coordinate affordable shipping. The choice must be yours alone, but I’m happy to do the legwork for you.
Feel free to call Tim at 360-936-9257 with any questions you may have.