1965 Dodge Coronet Altered Wheelbase! Black Paint with Red
Interior! Collector Quality! A Hilborn Injected 528 Cubic Inch All
Aluminum Hemi Engine producing approximately 650HP powers this 1965
Coronet!! (100+ Octane Required). Some other upgrades include: A833
4-Speed Transmission with Hydraulic Clutch, 4:56 Ratio Rear,
Magnesium Front Sand Casted Wheels similar to the originals with
Firestone Tires, 10 Inch Rear Steel Wheels powder coated Black with
Pie Crust Cheater Slick Tires, Under Vehicle Rear Wheelie Bar
Caster Wheels, Fiberglass Hood, Rear Trunk Lid, Front Fenders, and
Front and Rear Bumpers and More!! The Front windshield and Back
Windows are original style glass but the Side Windows are
plexiglass for weight reduction! This 1965 Coronet Altered
Wheelbase was built to Chrysler Specs, moving the rear axle forward
15 inches and front suspension 10 inches forward with the original
K-member style front end! This particular car was built to emulate
or replicate with first generation funny car from the Chrysler camp
for drag racing!! This car is absolutely stunning and is a perfect
addition to any car collectors repertoire! Own a piece of history
with this showroom kept 1965 Dodge Coronet Altered Wheelbase! This
classic automobile is currently in our in-door showroom and ready
for immediate delivery! Please feel free to contact our showroom
with any questions at 561-845-3838. Driving Emotions.
1965 Dodge Coronet
Location:West Palm Beach, Florida
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