967 Dodge Coronet 440 Convertible With A Automatic Transmission.
Uploaded Walk Around Video In Picture Add To See How Straight &
Solid This Mopar Really Is, Solid Frame, Trunk, Floors, Etc. Super
Neat & Well Taken Care Of Since New! Original Fender Tag & Manuals
Still Present, This car gets compliments everywhere I've taken it.
The doors, hood and trunk all open and shut with ease and seal
properly. I was personally impressed with how nice the glass lines
up on it which typically is an issue on these older convertibles
but apparently not on this car. The Dodge still has a proper glass
rear window in the relatively new convertible top. Being that this
car has been garaged the new roof still appears perfect seals
properly. The power top works flawlessly and the rear cover for the
roof was also replaced and fits like new. All of the trim is intact
and complete. The factory grill is flawless and in near mint
condition. The Interior of the Coronet is all complete and in very
good shape. Much like the outside everything in the car is stock
aside from a modern stereo mounted under the center of the dash.
The new stereo has a CD and USB hookup an iPod or phone. The
original AM radio is not connected but still resides in the factory
location in the dash. The rest of the Coronets accessories and
gauges all work properly and are fully functional Including the Gas
Gauge. Its a very pleasant and user friendly car to drive, brakes
have been serviced and adjusted properly and never given an issue.
You can steer this car with the tip of your finger. The power
steering is responsive and butter smooth. This car has a very
smooth and dependable V8 LA 318 engine in it with a factory 2
barrel. 1967 was the first year for this legendary motor where as a
1966 model would have had what is referred to as a Poly motor. The
1967 LA 318 is significantly more powerful and efficient with a
whopping 9.2:1 compression ratio this motor was putting out almost
the same power as a 1971
1967 Dodge Coronet
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