1966 Dodge Coronet Police Car
It's already hard not to like a well-presented classic at a value price. But when this 1966 Dodge Coronet is dressed to be a classic police car Ã¢â‚¬" right down to the working lights and siren Ã¢â‚¬" then you'll have to choose between going to the car show and leading the parade. A classic Mopar like this '66 Coronet is already a desirable machine. It's from those few years when this intermediate-sized sedan had such a wide stance that it really looked like the big boys. This imposing design is why it was the perfect candidate for the law enforcement upgrade. The service-grade black & white paint, standard wheel covers, and gumball light are all part of the civic-style package. Nothing beats the sound of the old-school mechanical siren. And while the Las Vegas Police star on the doors are a removable decal, we love the image it invokes of investigating mob hits and protecting feather-laden showgirls. Inside, the clean tan interior shows there has been some nice preservation and restoration. We doubt you'll be carting around any offenders in the back, and so the fresh seats with comfortable cloth inserts will keep family and friends happy when it's parade time. It will be hard to not feel some extra authority the moment you slip behind the classic Dodge steering wheel and gaze at all the classic instruments and controls for the police siren and intercom. Under the hood is a true classic Mopar power house. Not only is the 225 cubic-inch slant six the correct motor for a B-code car like this, but also the block casting date is in-line with the car's build year. Plus, the bold red block looks great radiating from within the dark engine bay. Plus, with power steering, an automatic transmission, and modern radial tires, this classic can now live up to the cruiser part of its "police cruiser" name. Here's an attention-grabbing classic with very affordable price. You're not the only one who is tempted by this Coronet's authority, so hurry up and call today!