This car has been a part of my personal collection for many
years. The previous owner was a professional body man & he over
restored it to the point that he didn't want to drive it.The black
paint shows a LAZER STRAIGHT set of 1/4 panels along with every
other piece of sheet metal. If you know anything about long flat
panels with black paint, you will see every flaw. I welcome you to
criticize this one.
I have over 200 pictures of the Rotisserie restoration. I can assure you that the bottom of this automobile is as shiny & clean as the upside. We changed the Cam & Mufflers until we found the EXACT rumble that you love, coming from a big blog mopar.
It is time to relocate & with that come tough decisions of "what do I sell & what do I keep".
Presently I am putting up for sale my 1967 Chevy 2, 79 Magnum XE, 1996 Impala SS, as well as this 1967 coronet RT,. I am putting each one up for sale & will end up keeping whichever one is the last to sell.
This R/T has a 440 magnum V8 along with an Auto Transmission. The complete drive train is strong, Paint & Body are in excellent condition. Interior is exceptional. The car is equipped with A/C, Buckets, Console, PS,PB, Magnum 500's.
This is a great driver, ready to make any kind of trip.
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