Here is a 1971 Dodge Coronet Crestwood 4 Door Wagon. This wagon is very RARE. This is 1 of 4 EVER BUILT! - WOW Factory 383ci - 4 speed !!!!! Appraised at 28k Highly Documented with Broadcast sheet Photos during restoration- Featured in Multiple MagazinesNow Powered by a 440 V8 Engine with 500HPEdelbrock 650 carb and TTI Ceramic Coated headers4- Speed Manual TransBoth The Engine and the Trans were rebuilt in 2012Factory Posi Rear end with 3:55Power Steering Power Brakes Drum Brakes all around3 inch stainless steel exhaustTwo way tailgate White exterior is in good driver quality conditonThere is some minor rust on the doors and tailgate and also some minor surface rust located on the undercarriageExterior chrome is complete and great qualityBlack interiorSeats 9 passengers! There is a small hole in the drivers seatTach is not working Heat/ DefrostAir Conditioning- Needs a Charge AM/ FM Stereo Located at our Dealership WE FINANCE/ DELIVER AND SHIP WORLD WIDE
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