1965 Dodge Coronet SURVIVOR 75K original miles super clean for 55 years old!!!
Price: US $6,500.00 Item location: Tehama, California, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Dodge
- Model: Coronet
- Type: Sedan
- Year: 1965
- Mileage: 76000
- Color: Red
- Engine size: Slant 6 leaning Tower Of Power
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Power options: --
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Interior color: Red
- Options: --
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1965 Dodge CoronetProbably the cleanest Original 1965 4 Door Coronet you will ever see 75K original miles runs drives brakes workThought this would make a great movie car with little expense in making it near perfect or some guys convert these to 2 doors as they are the same wheel base and make an A990 or Max Wedge CloneOr easy 440 4 speed conversion excellent sleeper or clone a 1965 undercover carCar runs well but could use carb rebuilt muffler is bad and will need tires I have driven it about 10 miles with no issuesThe trunk is the cleanest OE Mopar trunk I have seen from this era the dash is perfect look at the pedal pads and underneath no rot Very Clean and solid Clear title in my nameShipping is buyers responsibility No warranty expressed or implied Can store 30 days no chargeNon refundable $250 deposit within 24 hours balance within 7 daysAsk all questions before buying
. Do all the accessories work including: heater/defroster/blower fan, radio, headlights, tail lights, parking lights, turn signals, instrument lights, dome light, and windshield wipers?
2. Is there a spare tire and bumper jack/lug wrench and trunk mat?
3. Do all the instrument gauges work and do they indicate normal engine temperature, battery charge, and oil pressure?
4. Does the clutch and manual transmission function properly?
1- Everything works except the following Left front turn signal(bulb is out)- Radio turns on but no sound out of the speaker no matter what station or the volume it sounds the same so I am guessing the speaker is shot-Dome light is out not sure why yet
2-Yes to all but the spare tire itself is shot although it is on the correct rim that came with the car and the mat is complete but torn up I did re-install it after I took photos of the trunk
3-Yes to all however the oil pressure is a light not a gauge but it does work correctly
4-Functions perfectly no slippage in the clutch although it could use an adjustment as it grabs a little high for me- Transmission shifts great no noises and smooth although 1st gear of course is not synchroed so you should be at a complete stop before down shifting to 1stPrevious owner installed a button under dash to by pass the starter relay