The inside of this vehicles trunk has been personally autographed by "Big Daddy" Don Garlits and Shirley Muldowney who are widely considered the father and mother of drag racing. This car drives very well and sounds as good as it drives. It has a lot of power and the customized hood w/air scoop draws a lot of attention. The seats are in great condition and almost look new. The Dodge Coronet was first introduced in 1949! Obviously, there have been a number of body style and motor changes since then. This particular style Dodge Coronet was very popular on the NHRA drag circuit. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT ??? 440 CID / 7.2L / 475hp BIG BLOCK ??? 750 carb ??? full roller ??? JE pistons ??? steel crank and rods ??? 9.1 to 1 compression ??? customized hood w/air scoop ??? AM Radio ??? Hi-Way Remote Stereo Radio
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.
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