1967 DODGE CORONET RT CONVERTIBLE, ONE OF 196 BUILT, 440-375HP, FACTORY WS27, RESTORED, RUST FREE VERY RARE MOPAR. RARE FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING OPTION, VERY CORRECT MOPAR, DONE TO A HIGH STANDARD BY A MOPAR EXPERT. BEAUTIFUL BLACK FINISH WITH WHITE BUCKET SEAT INTERIOR AND TOP. THE REAR FINISH PANEL IS EXCELLENT, AND IF YOU KNOW THESE MODELS, THEY CAN BE HARD TO FIND IN THIS SHAPE. FULL FACTORY WHEEL COVERS, WITH RED LINE RADIAL TIRES. I AM LISTING FOR A FRIEND, GOOD TITLE IN HAND. I CAN PUT YOU IN DIRECT CONTACT IF YOU HAVE A SINCERE INTEREST IN THIS RT. IF YOU SEE THIS AD, THEN IT'S AVAILABLE, I NO LONGER REPLAY BACK TO JUST THAT QUESTION, TOO MANY GUYS HARVESTING EMAILS FOR UNAUTHORIZED USE. BEST TO USE THE PHONE TO INQUIRE. THANKS, BOB
Pick of the Day carries a 354cid Chrysler Hemi V8
The Pick of the Day has some of the era’s most-dramatic styling
The Dodge Coronet with the 440 Magnum V8 and four speed is a highly coveted muscle car among Mopar fans.
This 1966 Dodge Coronet was owned and performance modified by renowned Chrysler engineer Tom Hoover, known as “the godfather of the 426 Hemi.”
For the first entry in our new ClassicCars.com feature, we have a popular low-mileage piece of classic Mopar muscle that the seller claims to be an all-original car in great shape.
Pick of the Day is a future classic, a 2004 Chrysler Crossfire
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‘Women Who Motor’ on display at the Gilmore Car Museum through July 2020