1956 Dodge D500 Coronet. I was told by the previous owner the engine is original. It carries the 354 Cu. In. engine which is rare in the 1956, originally it was a push button automatic, now a 4-speed manual, 2x4 BBL Carb, Tachometer, tinted glass, custom wheels, custom air cleaner, chrome valve covers ( I have the orange originals as well). The car is in fine condition. Turn the key and go. New clutch, tires, brakes and drums. Could use to have the head liner replaced, which I have one, and front sit could be recovered. I have all paper work for the things I have done to it since owning it. Some people consider it a NASCAR tribute car. I have extensive info on Kiekhaefer racing and the driver Frank Rebel Mundy that this tributes. This car truly is a blast to drive, a real head turner! Willing to consider any reasonable offers.
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