Take a look at this gorgeous 1967 Dodge Coronet RT Clone convertible. It puts power to the pavement with a great running 440 4bb V8 automatic transmission. �What makes this car great is it's power steering power top and dual exhaust. It gets where it needs to go by a set of Magnum 500 rims with red line tires. �The new red bucket seat interior looks great from front to back with new legendary seat covers. �This Coronet's floors frame and trunk floor are all solid and appear to be in original condition. �The original red paint was repainted about 2 years ago and was done with a very nice driver quality! �This old gal has all of her proper RT emblems hood and 150 mph speedo making the vin number the only way to tell that it didn't come this way from the factory. �There were not many Coronet convertibles made and are not to many left that look as good as this one for this price! Visit Coyote Classics online at coyoteclassics.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 641-512-4727 today to schedule your test drive.
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