HIGHLIGHTS: Nice little driver that has never seen a full
restoration! While this car isn't 100% factory original, it
presents well and is the perfect 'ice cream shop cruiser.'
BODY OVERVIEW: The body on this Coronet is in incredible condition,
and shows well. The body is very straight, and really shows the
level of care this car has received over the years. Even the
underside is in nice condition, which is no small feat for any
Mopar of this vintage. As far as we can tell, this Coronet is still
in all of its original sheet metal despite some underside corrosion
as shown in the photos. Truly impressive! There are some paint
bubbles here and there as shown in the photos, as well as a
cracking area of body filler behind the rear window.
PAINT CONDITION OVERVIEW: Vehicles of the 1950s weren't exactly
known for long-lasting paint, so it is no surprise that this
Coronet has received a repaint along the way. It looks to have been
painted many years ago, but the paint shines nicely and is in
overall good condition despite some normal wear and tear from age
and use. Though believed to be a factory red car, the black and
white two tone is a classic combination that really classes this
old girl up!
INTERIOR CONDITION OVERVIEW: The beautiful red interior is a great
match to the exterior colors, and was recovered in the past with
all new materials. The original radio remains, but a modern
aftermarket unit was installed under the dash for modern
convenience! Though this car has seen some miles since the interior
was redone, it still presents well and is in excellent driver
MECHANICAL OVERVIEW: Under the hood, this car remains mostly the
way it was intended to be from factory, and looks to have simply
received proper maintenance over the years. The current owner
states that the engine was rebuilt around 20 years ago. The engine
bay is clean, and everything has that nice original look to it. The
polyspherical 325V8 is a classic (and factory available) choice for
this car, and it hauls all 3,700lbs of this American steel easily.
Upgrades include conversion from generator to alternator, and front
WHAT YOU'LL LOVE ABOUT THIS CAR: The affordable price and the
WHAT YOU MIGHT HATE ABOUT THIS CAR: If anything, the fact that it's
a 4-door may be a turn-off for some.
DOES IT NEED ANYTHING? The horn and speedometer are not currently
operational. The rear drum brakes may need adjustment.
WHAT BUYER IS LOOKING FOR THIS CAR? Whether you're looking for a
unique weekend cruiser, or just something fun to mess around with
in your free time, this affordable 1958 Dodge Coronet sedan is a
Contact Shelton Classics & Performance for details at (704)
663-0432 or visit www.SheltonClassics.com
TITLE STATUS: CLEAN
TITLE STATUS: CLEAN
DOES IT WORK?
Air Conditioning N/A
Oil PSI Gauge YES
Temperature Gauge YES
Fuel Gauge YES - reads 1/4 off
Radio YES - aftermarket unit
Tail Lights YES
Brake Lights YES
Reverse Lights YES
Turn Signals YES
Emergency Brake YES
Tire Condition: Like New
Keys - Ignition, Door & Trunk YES
Seatbelts Front: N/A Rear: N/A
Runs & Drives YES
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