Gateway classic cars of Nashville is proud to offer for sale this
1967 Dodge Coronet 500. By 1967 the muscle cars wars were heating
up and Dodge fired a strong yet subtle shot with the Coronet. Now
these cars were quickly purchase and many pressed into drag racing
duties. A lot of these car were sold to unsuspecting customers who
were just looking for a stylish car and they soon found out that a
tap of the pedal under the right foot woke the beast under the
hood. This 1967 Coronet 500 is decked out in Y2 Yellow with a white
interior and bucket seats with a center console. The emblems on the
side warn the cars beside it at the stop light that under the hood
is a 383 cubic inch big block that has the larger valves heads some
call the California heads and is topped with a four-barrel
Carburetor. The original intake and Carb have been replaced and
upgraded with Edelbrock components. A 727 torque flight 3 speed
automatic transmission and an 8 � rear axle that I would guess has
the sure grip Posi unit completes the drivetrain. This car was well
equipped in 1967 with not only power steering and brakes but also
factory air conditioning, many of these components have been
upgraded and works great! This car is so nice that even the clock
keeps the correct time thanks to a quartz movement. To sum this up,
the odometer shows 77, 442 and the current owner and myself believe
this to be the correct milage. This classic soldier in the muscle
car war will not last long. Options for this 1967 Dodge Coronet 500
include: Air conditioning, AM/FM, Power steering and brakes, Spare
tire and jack, Vinyl interior, and radial tire wrapped around Dodge
rally wheel. This 1967 Dodge Coronet 500 can be seen in greater
detail including 100+ HD photos at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For
more information, please call the Nashville showroom at
615-213-1800 or send us an email at
[email protected] held pursuant to permit No.
19289 of department of licenses granted the 14th day of August
1967 Dodge Coronet
Exterior Color:Y2 Yellow
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