Take a look at this all original 1968 Dodge Coronet brought to you by Caruso Classic Cars. This is an incredibly rare original numbers matching car with one re-paint. 1 of only 934 optioned in 1968! That's just 0.25% of the total Coronet production in 1968! This car comes with all documentation including the previous 2 registrations, build sheet, and window sticker. Don't miss your chance to own this true survivor! Engine - The engine is the original 383 Magnum rated at 335 HP. The ignition was converted to a Pertronix Electronic system foe ease of use. Other than that, it remains all original! Transmission - The engine is backed by the original 3 speed automatic torqueflite. Body - All body lines and panels are straight as they should be. There is no rot or rust present. All chrome shines bright but does show some signs of age. The car rides on new steel wheels with factory dishes and new radial tires. Interior - The interior is complete with all the factory original upholstery. The dash pad is cracked but all vinyl remains intact. The original radio was converted to AM/FM with CD and IPOD capability. Suspension - The car retains the stock suspension with new lower ball joints and front wheel cylinders. The posi-traction unit in the Dana 8 3/4 rear was replaced. Reduced on September 1st to $22,900!
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