You are looking at a pretty dang solid 1967 Dodge Coronet 500! It has a 318, V8 engine with automatic transmission and factory AC. It was missing the front bucket seats when I got it but I have purchased a pair of front bucket seats for her! You can own this Beauty for only $3,500.00 which I feel is very fair for a car like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
Dodge went on a health kick in the 60s with the Coronet. First the car lost some size and weight. Then they sent it to the gym for some strength training, and then to the styling department for some wardrobe adjustments. The results of those labors is this 68. Its healthy, good looking and ready to roll. Once youre all that, you might as well dress up in Orange so everybody knows it when you roll in. If their first glimpse of the car is from the side, they may notice the Super Bee stripe first. As you take in the bigger picture of the car, you see that it has an aggressive stance with long rectangular body lines that sit a bit higher in the rear. The effect is enhanced by rear fenders that are all pumped up and muscular. Up front there is a simple black grill with Dodge in script and a Super Bee badge flanked by quad headlights and underlined by a shiny chrome bumper. The hood has a power bulge to clear the air filter sitting underneath it. From the rear you get the full effect of those flared fenders and get a full view of the stripe along with another sharp bumper. Open the door and you will find a fresh Black interior that is as nicely dressed out as the body. The door panel has vertical patterns top and bottom separated by a center panel that echoes the body lines of the car. Pleated bucket seats look super sharp with an accent at the top of the seat backs and thin chrome edging the seat frames. A black three-spoke deep dish steering wheel has a semicircular chrome horn ring with a column mounted tachometer just behind it. There is a shifter and indicator for the automatic transmission and a neat and clean dash panel with sweep speedometer flanked by engine gauges with controls in the panel below it. The stock radio is still in place but there is also an aftermarket radio cleverly mounted below the dash that is AM/FM/CD and iPod compatible for your listening pleasure. Pop the hood you will find a healthy 360 cubic inch engine that makes honest, 1960s style horsepower. It is topped by a highly polished air topper that sits tucked up inside the power bulge when the hood is down. A Holley carb sits under that air filter and feeds its mixture to stock heads through a factory intake. Black and ribbed aluminum valve covers look great in the orange engine bay and help the engine a bit with oil cooling. Long tube headers are pleasantly visible in this engine bay so can be clearly seen smoothly winding their way out the bottom to the dual exhaust system. There are signs of good routine maintenance like a newer brake booster for the power front disc brakes that will become so important if you decide to let this Super Bee buzz a bit. Power is sent back through a three-speed automatic transmission and the rubber meets the road through 245/60R14 BFGoodrich Radial T/As mounted on black and polished steel wheels. Healthy, good looking and ready to roll. Come on down and check it out. You may decide to roll it on home.
1967 Dodge Coronet 2 Door Hardtop. Hemi 426 ci 2-4 barrel 425 HP V8. Of the 10,821 produced only 238 Coronet R/Ts were optioned with the Hemi engine. This one is backed by a Torqueflite Automatic Transmission. It is finished in a code R yellow,with Raven Black interior, featuring bucket seats, console, and floor shift. Rolling stock consist of a well preserved set of Magnum 500 chrome wheels and redline tires. Mileage is 57723 and is believed to be correct. This is a fantastic car,that is ready to handle anything that you can throw at it! Shown by Appointment only. Please call to schedule your appointment today.
This 1965 Dodge Coronet 500 Convertible has the right combination of originality, performance, and attitude that makes mid-60s Mopars so special. From the handsome styling, to the original 318 Poly V8, this neat convertible is seldom-seen Dodge that delivers performance and big car comfort in one sleek package. This might have been the intermediate-sized car, but the styling tells a different story. The new-for-1965 Coronet line took advantage of a flat front with full-width grille, wide chrome bumpers, and premium full-length trim that also highlights how straight the sheet metal is on this example. The result is a convertible that can own the road. Plus, detail lovers will enjoy how this one is correct, right down to the badging. In fact, those two Dodge logos up front setup a sheet metal crease that runs all the way through the door line proving that stylists really were at the top of their game. Speaking of style, this one has its factory-correct white paint and black roof setup. It looks quite distinctive, but the newer set of black alloy wheels really sets the whole package apart for an almost two-tone appearance. With the flip of a switch, the powder folding top goes down to reveal more of that great black and white appeal. You have bucket seats up front for true comfort and plenty of room in the rear to make this a cruiser everyone can enjoy. Theres even an upgraded to an AM/FM/CD stereo for the best driving tunes. The center console is a Mopar work of art. The same goes for the factory steering wheel and the big bright dash panel. The vertical lines in the dash coordinate with the door panels tell you both about this cars originality and how distinct Mopars are inside and out. Youll love lifting the hood at cars shows. The bold red block will fill you with pride every time you show it off, because you get to tell everyone this is the original motor. But more than just a fantastic presentation, its a desirable 318 cubic-inch Polysphere V8. Unrelated to the later 318 motor, this one evolved from the Red Ram 241ci Hemi. Its calling card was torque, and the Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor on this one only enhances that. All this power helps make this an effortless cruising machine. Your comfort factor is enhanced further by power steering, front disc brakes, and the A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission. This is the vintage Dodge drop top that does it all. It has a great appearance inside and out; it has a powerful and unique V8 under the hood; and its available right now at a great price. So you know this is a great deal that wont stick around here for long. Call now!
When you want a great all-around classic muscle car, you need to take a closer look at this 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T HEMI. It has a premium presentation as a shining hardtop, and it even has good manners on the road. But once you down shift the four-speed and really put your foot to the floor, the huge 528ci V8 opens up to reveal a 650 horsepower street-eating Mopar. Dodge really got the design right in 67. The vintage machine has a wide stance that can make this intermediate look full-sized. Theres plenty of style touches like the creases along the sides that flare out on the quarters, and full-width electric shaver style grilles for both the front and rear. Of course, the huge hood scoop and glowing red R/T badges instantly lets everyone know this is not your average classic coupe. But beyond the aggressive looks, there is a great vintage style. You see it in the premium black vinyl roof and iconic Mag wheels. The factory-correct Monotone Racing Green has a subtle elegance thats amplified by a professional respray that adds a terrific metallic depth. So this was born a crisp and dignified muscle machine, and you can instantly tell there was a solid investment to keep it that way. This feeling of vintage premium continues inside, and we love it when a vinyl roof is a preview of the interior color. This was ordered directly from Dodge, and someone was careful to craft a cool machine. That means bucket seats and an artful center console in-between. Everything is quite clean and correct, so youll love rolling down all the windows on this pillarless hardtop so everyone can get a better look inside. Of course, the best view is from behind the wheel. You get the classic sports steering wheel with the vintage Dodge logo in the center, and beyond that is the ultra-wide speedometer flanked by all the accessory gauges. Even the original AM radio is still on display! And that cue ball shifter in the center is your gateway to something very special. While this genuine R/T follows its factory specs pretty closely inside and out, one look under the hood, and youll see that the restoration to the engine bay was all about major upgrades. This was originally a 440 car, but now youre looking at a 528 cubic-inch HEMI stroker beast. More than just a monster displacement, this performance V8 was enhanced and fortified in all the right ways. It includes an Eagle rotating assembly, Indy cylinder heads, MSD ignition, March pulleys and an aluminum radiator w/dual electric fans to keep it running cool. It inhales as deeply as it wants thanks to dual Edelbrock four-barrel carburetors, and exhales with authority as TTI long tube headers feed a performance X-pipe dual exhaust. The full package is estimated at 650 horsepower! But dont let the numbers intimidate you, because this was built to be a great cruiser when driving with a light foot. Its only when you peg the accelerator that the secondaries open and you release the beast. That sounds like the perfect weekend fun where its easy to show off, and then you leave them all behind whenever you feel like it! In fact, you really are in complete control of this classic Mopar monster thanks to the four-speed manual transmission, limited-slip rear end, and sway bars front & rear. Theres even a SSBC Force 10 Extreme four-wheel disc brake kit for the ultimate stopping power. This is the well-presented rare Mopar that also has the heart of a beast. Its the ideal all-around classic, and its ready for the first person to grab it. Call now!
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Take an ultra-rare Mopar droptop, and then add in a modern fuel-injected Hemi heart, upgraded suspension, six-speed stick-shift, and a terrific A/C interior. All of this and more makes this 1970 Dodge Coronet Convertible HEMI Restomod such an amazing machine that can come home with you today. The 70 Coronet is a very in-demand style. It has a cool dual chrome bumper setup that surround the headlights and give this intermediates the wide appearance of a full-size. Its one of the most aggressive designs of the muscle car era, and it was only offered for this year. Despite this appeal, there were less than 1,000 Coronet 500 convertibles produced in 1970, so it ensures this is always going to be desirable. Its history is why this example was treated with such respect and over $30k was invested to make it such a great restomod. It means you get a modern metallic blue that has a terrific luster in the sunlight exactly what you want on a sunshine-friendly droptop. And this one really drives home the sporty performance with the right R/T upgrades like the white bumble bee stripe across the trunk, wide rear spoiler, and side scoops that accurate the bulge in the rear fenders. Plus, those modern American racing polished alloys (17/18-inches front/rear) not only add to the performance appearance, but also hint at the modern upgrades beneath the skin. If you like the way the white convertible roof looks against the exterior, then with a flip of a switch, it powers down to reveal an even more impressive white interior. Theres a wide dash and plenty of room for family and friends once again reminding you that this classic intermediate Mopar really does have big full-size appeal. Even when youre just enjoying this one solo, the high-back bucket seat and center console offer an individual level of comfort. There has been a careful eye inside to keep this looking era correct with only the right subtle upgrades. For example, the radio is a modern AM/FM digital tuner, but it still has a retro knob-style appearance. The upgraded three-spoke sports steering wheel has a wood rim to coordinate with the rest of the trim inside. Plus, modern R134a air conditioning means you get to stay cool and enjoy top-down motoring long into the summer season. While there have only been subtle hints of modern upgrades on the exterior and interior, the engine bay screams restomod. The fuel-injected 6.1-liter HEMI V8 is directly related to the ones you find under the hood of new SRT Challengers and Chargers today. This has been upgraded further as it inhales deeper with a cold air intake, and it exhales from TTI headers feeding the Flowmaster H-pipe dual exhaust. The full package is estimated at 450 horsepower, and you have complete control over it thanks to a Tremec Magnum T56 six-speed manual transmission. Its a strong setup with a special trans housing from Silver Sport Transmission, 3.91 limited-slip rear end from Mancini Racing, and 489 nodular case. The suspension includes a full tubular front end upgrade from Gerst Fabrication. Plus, rack & pinion power steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and the grip of modern ZR-rated tires compete an outstanding total restomod driving package. Complete with build receipts and the original bill of sale, this is exceptionally rare Mopar thats built to show off and enjoy every day. Something this unique can be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, so dont miss you chance. Call now!
A big block V8 Mopar is a rare treat, but when youre looking to be a king amongst kings, you need this real-deal numbers-matching 1969 Dodge Coronet A12 Super Bee. Seriously rare (1 of 661) and carrying the famous Six Pack carbs on its 440 V8, youre looking at a restored hardtop thats true muscle car royalty. The A12 was all about speed, so its on a diet of minimal options to keep the weight down. But you also can tell they couldnt resist some muscle car flair. The factory-correct Bright Red is a rarer mid-year paint, and so they took the time to give it a nice modern clearcoat respray. That means when you take this out in the sunlight, it has the right shine to highlight the crisp sheetmetal and the seriously sporty rear fenders. And everything from the shine of the bumpers, to the way the door close with authority tell you this one has been given the right investments. But what you really love on this Super Bee it its dark side. The black vinyl roof and Super Bee stripe over the rear are factory-correct, and they have received the right attention so youll love showcasing them. Plus, this goes well with the black steel wheel with factory hub covers. But the best black element is the hood. Its the special lift-off lightweight unit that the factory gave these A12 cars, and it truly reminds everyone its a race car for the streets. Even the scoop on top looks like it wants to inhale all other vehicles as it passes them. All the dark elements of the outside are also a nice preview of the factory-correct black interior. You can tell there have been more great investment in this one just by the way the carpeting, door panels, dash, and headliner all have a fresh feeling. And the seats have a crisp presentation with the correct pattern. So youll happily keep all the windows down on this pillarless hardtop to showcase this interior. This sea of black is tastefully broken up by the wood-like center console and sporty wood-rimmed three-spoke sports steering wheel. Plus, this has the right factory features still on display from the rally gauge package to the AM radio. Under the beastly hood is the best part of this whole package. Its the original numbers-matching 440 cubic-inch V8 with the legendary Six Pack on top. This is properly done with Hemi Orange paint on the block, valve covers, and air element that correctly seals to the hood. So the appeal of this tidy engine bay goes well beyond the thunderous exhaust note it produces. And as you dig deeper, the best details are correct, too including the triple set of dual Holley carbs on the Edelbrock hi-rise intake. Mopar had some of the stoutest transmissions around, so the Torqueflite A727 three-speed can handle all this extra muscle. But dont forget this automatic is also nice for cruising. And so is the power steering and power brakes. Theres even a limited-slip Dana 60 rear end for great all-around performance. This is the ultimate muscle car that was restored to be the ultimate crown jewel in your garage. So if you demand the best in seriously rare Mopar performance, dont let this opportunity slip by. Call today!!!
1967 Dodge Coronet R/T Tribute for Sale. 440 cubic inch V8 engine, Edelbrock aluminum intake, Holley Carburetor, electronic ignition, headers, dual exhaust, automatic transmission, power steering, front disc brakes, 15 chrome Magnum 500 wheels with BF Goodrich radial T/A tires, beautiful metallic blue exterior, red accenting pin stripe, scooped hood, louvered tail lights, R/T badging, drivers chrome sport mirrors, bucket seat interior, center console. Call us today for more information on this Classic Mopar!
Cruisin Classics is WAY proud to offer you a 1967, HIGHLY DOCUMENTED, Dodge Coronet R/T Convertible. Only 196 produced in 67 with the R/T, convertible combination. There are many pictures below that document its authenticity. (Certi-Tag, Build Sheet, Original Window Sticker, Letter from Daimler-Chrysler and more!!!) Please take your time to check it all out. The build dates of the drive train are in the right sequence as well.This is the Real Deal. Powered by a 440 HP ( build date,10-4-66), paired with an automatic, Torque Flight Transmission. The dual exhaust put out a nice "original" sound that is unmistakable to the 440. It has power front disc brakes and drums in the rear.The exterior is a Bright Blue Metallic color that looks awesome. The White, powered convertible top is in excellent condition. The window in the top is glass and crystal clear. The Firestone Redlines are a great contrast to the car. The tires are mounted to 4 Rallys.The interior is gorgeous. Beautiful White Buckets and back seat. The center console has storage and the transmission shifter.This is a car that no matter what we write, the proof is in the pictures and they dictate a beautiful car that has a ton of documentation. If you have any additional questions, please call one of our friendly sales staff. We will be glad to help in any way including a walk-around for a more detailed description, any questions on financing, or perhaps an interest in our Sell Your Car Brokerage Program. In business since 1996, we have sold cars all over the world and we insist on giving the best personal service in the industry. For all your classic car service, improvements and up-grades please visit us atCRUISIN CLASSICS PERFORMANCE CENTERKnown for its FIRST CLASS service in performance upgrades that will complete your checklist of must haves to make your machine just the way you want it.Here is a short list of our High Quality...High Performance services.Power windows, heat/Vintage Air (Certified Dealer and Installer)Engine rebuildingCarburetor rebuildingTransmission upgrades and serviceRear differential service including gear installationBrake service includingDisc Brake ConversionsSuspension rebuilding and upgradesTotal modernization of classic/muscle cars including addingPower steering, power brakes, tilt columns, cruise controland MUCH, MUCH MORE
Gateway Classic Cars is honored to present this 1969 Dodge A-12 M-code Super Bee. Lets start off by defining the word rare. Rare by definition means, not found in large numbers or, unusually good or remarkable. Well RARE is the perfect word to explain this A12 M-code Killer Super Bee. With a full restoration performed less than six months ago, this Super Bee is turnkey and ready to go. You may ask yourself what is so unique about this 1969 Dodge Super Bee. I m glad you asked. An A12 M-code MoPar car drastically sets itself apart from the typical Muscle Cars. A12 M-code cars were like the Arnold Schwarzenegger of Muscle Cars. They were pure, pumped up, menacing, high-performance vehicles that swarmed at every opportunity to sting the competition that dared to get in its way. A12 cars were offered with a 440 cubic-inch monster motor, adorned with a Six-Pack (three two-barrel carburetors). M-code cars were a special order package that equipped these outstanding cars with a Dana 60 axle with 4:10 gear ratio, heavy-duty automatic and a lift-off flat black scooped hood. The A12 package did not stop there. It also includes heavy-duty internal engine parts, black steel rims with high-performance G-70 15 inch tires, and heavy-duty 11-inch drum brakes. This is a Numbers Matching 1969 Dodge Super Bee with all the correct matching components an A12 M-code car is suppose to have as stated above. With only 45,000 documented miles this jewel is a superb investment. You can make this a centerpiece in your collection. There were only 1,487 Super Bee two-door Hardtops built in 1969 for the U.S. market with a 440 six-barrel 390 horsepower engine. Of those, 826 were built with a A833 4-speed manual transmission and 661 constructed with an A727 3-speed Torqueflite automatic transmission. This is one of the 661 A727 automatics. No one truly knows how many of these ultra-rare cars are still in existence, but we know not all of them made it this far. Some found their destiny with the car crusher. Others rotted away in fields, and some are still hiding behind barn doors. This Super Bee was found in Fort Morgan, Colorado like many other Muscle Cars sitting in a barn locked away from the public. The car is a true Vitamin C Orange code, offset by black vinyl bucket seat interior. Options include AM Radio, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, Radial Tires, Posi Traction. This 1969 Dodge A-12 M-code Super Bee is for sale in our Tampa Showroom and can be viewed in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information, please call our knowledgeable staff at (813)645-6200 or email us at Tampa@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Tampa Showroom, located at 351 30th Street NE, Ruskin, FL 33570. Hours: Monday through Saturday, 9 AM to 5 PM EST. See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/TPA/1209/1969-Dodge-Coronet-Super-Bee
ITS A HEMI!!! Gateway Classic Cars of Houston is proud to be able to offer this beautiful and powerful 1966 Dodge Coronet 500 426 Hemi! This is the car you want if you re looking for comfort, style and big Hemi power. The Coronet reappeared for the 1965 model year as the intermediate sized B-body car using a 117 inche wheel base. When reintroduced in this 5th generation it was the biggest selling vehicle Dodge made that year! This is the 2-door hardtop version of the car which is one of the most desirable of the period. In 1966 Coronet received a redesign and you started to be able to get the 426 hemi as an option. The 440 Magnum that was in the R/T produced 375hp but the 426 Hemi pushed out a whopping 425hp! An incredible powerplant that has to be driven to truly appreciate. This is a numbers matching vehicle that even has the blue stripe tires that were only available from Mopar, only available for the Hemi and only available in 1966! Super rare stuff we are talking about here. This engine and transmission were rebuilt 27,000 miles ago when the car just went over 100,000 miles. The 426 Hemi goes through the factory automatic transmission and ends up at the 3.08 limited slip rear end. The exterior is a beautiful red color which looks excellent with the white vinyl interior. Features include an AM radio, spare tire, power brakes, power steering, jack and a spare tire. Rally whiles and the blue stripe bias ply tires really set the car off nicely. Don t miss your opportunity to own this very rare and desirable piece of Mopar history. This Coronet is in our Houston showroom. For more information on this 1966 Dodge Coronet for sale, to see all the HD pictures and videos of it, copy the URL below, and see it at this direct link: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/HOU/1226/1966-Dodge-Coronet . Alternatively, if you want to see it in person, come to our Houston Showroom, located at 1910 Cypress Station Dr, Bldg 200, Houston, TX 77090. You may also call the showroom at (832) 243-6220, or email us at Houston@gatewayclassiccars.com.
For sale in our Saint Louis Showroom is a rare 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T Convertible. Only 628 Coronet R/T convertibles were produced by Dodge in 1967. They were available with either a 440 Magnum V8 or a 426 Hemi V8 engine, they were equipped with a 4-speed manual transmission or a 3-speed automatic transmission (727 Torqueflite). The Hemi powered Coronet Convertibles being extremely rare, with a total of only 6 known to exist. This particular 1967 Coronet is an actual R/T convertible and was born with a 440 Magnum. The current 440 Magnum V8 powering this 1967 Coronet is not the original numbers matching engine, but it is period correct. A 727 Torqueflite transmission transfers the power to the rear end with ease. The trim tag indicates that Dark Red Metallic was the original color for this Coronet R/T, The car has been resprayed over the years, at one point it was believed to have been teal, but all is right with the world again, as it is back to the original color. The black vinyl interior features bucket seats, console, and console-mounted shifter. The Mopar rally wheels are wrapped in raised white letter radial tires that provide an awesome stance and complete the classic muscle car look. With options like power steering, power brakes, and automatic power top this 1967 Coronet R/T Convertible is a must have for any Mopar enthusiasts. The odometer reads 45,009, but the actual mileage is unknown. Options for this 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T Convertible include AM/FM Radio, Automatic Convertible Top, Vinyl Interior, Seat Belts, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Raised White Letter Radial Tires, and Rally Wheels. There were not many Coronet R/T Convertibles produced, less than one thousand per year from 1967 to 1970. If you have been looking for one, do not hesitate to pull the trigger and make this one your own. To view this 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T Convertible in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our St. Louis Showroom. For more information please call 618-271-3000 or email STL@GatewayClassicCar.com
Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta is proud to present this stunning 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee tribute. Built in the time when the roads dripped with American muscle, the Coronet rained king! This 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee is painted white with the black Super Bee Stripe on the back. This 69 Coronet for sale has a 440 CID V8 bored .30 over that makes 550hp. To help pull this power is a 727 Torque Transmission, manual valve body that shifts light. It has Indy heads and .555 cam. 1.5 Aluminum rockers with M&I intake. The American Racing rims are wrapped in radial tires and are stopped by front disc brakes. This Dodge has Dana 60 rear end with 4:10 gear ratio. The rumble alone of this epic MOPAR muscle can give you goosebumps. This B-body for sale is very fast and simply a blast to drive! The paint shines well and highly compliment the lines of the body! The interior has the vintage originality, still retaining the 60s throwback blue vinyl interior, this MOPAR for sale is one awesome find! This Cornet has about 3,500 miles on it since the rebuild. This is the muscle car you always dreamt of having. Whether youre looking for a weekend cruiser or a weekend bruiser, this 69 Dodge for sale is eager to please! Options include: AM Radio, Seat Belts, Custom Wheels, Radial Tires, Power Steering and Vinyl Interior. To view this 1969 Dodge Cornet Super Bee, please visit our site at www.GatewayClassicCars.com, call (678) 894-4833 or email us at Atlanta@GatewayClassicCars.com. To see this beautiful 1969 Dodge Cornet in person, stop by our showroom located at 1870 McFarland Road Suite 300, Alpharetta, GA 30005.
For sale in our Detroit showroom is this beautiful 1965 Dodge Coronet. In 1965 the Dodge Coronet was the most profitable vehicle for Dodge motor company. This high dollar fully restored Coronet which is currently owned by just the 2nd owner who has had the car for 51 has done a full restoration several years ago and still shows the amazing quality today. This 1965 Dodge Coronet is powered by a high performance modified 360 CID motor. With about 25,000 miles since it was built. Putting power to the wheels is a 727 transmission with a B&M Quicksilver floor shifter attached to a 8 3/4 rear making this Mopar a high performing machine. The top to bottom restoration was given a redone period correct interior which included a new carpet kit, a new cover in the original color on the seats, fresh trim and new additional gauges that really show off the professionalism of this restoration. The owner of this 1965 Dodge Coronet treated this restoration to a steel HEMI hood scoop then touched up the paint on what is believed to be all original steel body panels. Options on this truly amazing car include: AM/FM radio, cloth interior, seat belts, radial tires, Cragar wheels, and power steering. This Mopar legend is ready for a new home to add to any classic car collection and to enjoy for many years on the open road and car shows! There is plenty of restoration information available upon request. To view this great 1965 Dodge Coronet in greater detail with over 100 HD photos and in-depth HD video visit us at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information on this 65 Coronet call us at 313-982-3100 and talk directly to one of our friendly showroom staff today... before its too late!
Gateway Classic Cars of Houston is proud to offer this beautiful 1965 Dodge Coronet 500 Convertible for sale. This Coronet is in great condition, having been rotisserie-restored to its original glory. Its light turquoise paint gleams in the sunlight, and it has a new white automatic convertible top. Perfect for those long cruises down the coast, it will grab tons of attention. This Coronet is also a matching numbers car, with its original 361 CID V8 Big Block and 3-speed TorqueFlite automatic having been completely rebuilt. The big 361 is topped by a 4BBL carb, and a new TTI dual exhaust system was recently installed. This Coronet 500 Convertible for sale also comes with power steering, power brakes, and has new tires on its steel wheels (with their original Coronet 500 spinner hubcaps). A few items have been recently updated, such as battery, electric ignition, gas tank, sending units, hoses, radiator console, and trunk mat, and comes with all trunk tools (jack, tire iron, and hold downs). When looking at the body, you will find that all chrome is intact and is in great shape; so it really gleams in the sunlight. The interior has new Legendary buckets, rear seat, door panels, kick panels, dash pad, and carpet. You will be able to hit the road for those long drives, not only with style but also comfort. This stunning Coronet 500 also has the original Mopar glass with factory A/C. For more information on this 1965 Dodge Coronet 500 convertible for sale, to see all the HD pictures and videos of it, copy the URL below, and see it at this direct link: www.gatewayclassiccars.com/show/HOU/1391 . Alternatively, if you want to see it in person, come to our Houston Showroom, located at 1910 Cypress Station Dr, Bldg 200, Houston, TX 77090. You may also call the showroom at (832) 243-6220, or email us at Houston@gatewayclassiccars.com.
Now available in our Dallas-Showroom is this sweet Mopar- 1965 Dodge Coronet 500 convertible! This Coronet 500 is 1 of 1,403 convertible s produced back in 1965. Three separate series were available the base Coronet, Coronet 440, and Coronet 500 with the main differences between trims being additional chrome trim and carpeting on the 440 and bucket seats and a center console on the sportier 500. According to the owner, this 500 has had a good chunk of change spent on it during restoration and had some significant work completed to spruce it up and make this Mopar ready to tear up the streets again. It s powered by the original 318 Polyhead V8 engine and its original 3-speed automatic transmission. Just a tap of the gas pedal and you ll get plenty of response from the 2- Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetors and Street Grind cam. Other upgrades on the engine include, Molly-Push rods, .30 over pistons, Dual quad intake, & Ceramic coated headers and exhaust. This beast also come with 3.23 positraction rear end. The transmission has been built for a 500 HP vehicle, with shift kit and 2500 stall. As you can tell, this Coronet 500 has plenty of life underneath the hood and is a joy to cruise. While cruising, take time to settle in and get cozy on the solid white vinyl interior seats, which are highlighted by the contrasting black dash, carpet, Mopar steering-wheel and even matching floor mats which read Coronet upfront. Want the wind in your hair or prefer to limit the amount? You can easily choose either with a flick of a switch and automatic power-top option. All this sets on an excellent set of Cragar Mag wheels. Other options for this Dodge Coronet 500 convertible include: AM radio, Power Brakes, Power Steering, & Seatbelts. To view this 1965 Dodge Coronet 500-convertible in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit: www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom at 817-310-9400 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gateway Classic Cars of Houston is pleased to present this excellent 1966 Dodge Coronet 500. Covered in glistening white with a black vinyl top, this is a blast from the past that will surely please its new owner. This numbers-matching Coronet has all of its original panels intact, and the chrome trim is in very good shape as well. This vintage muscle car has only 85,527 actual miles on the odometer, which is an average of less than 1650 miles per year! This one was ordered with a host of options, which include the following list: 62 - 383 CID V8 w/4BBL carb and standard cam; 306 - Vinyl Roof, black; 351 - Coronet Group; 362 - Light Package, including Parking Brake Light, Glove Box Light, Trunk/Cargo Light; 395- TorqueFlite Transmission; 408- SureGrip Differential; 411 - Air Conditioner; 426 - Rear Seat Speaker; 451 - Power Brakes; 458 - Power Windows; 483 - Bumper Guards, Front & Rear; 484- Clock, electric; 521 - Glass, Tinted; 548 - Sun Visors, Padded; 557 - Seat Belts, Retractable Front & Rear; 573 - Steering Wheel, 3 spoke; and 43 - 7.75X15 WSW Tires, Rayon. This was obviously a pretty loaded car back then! The paint is in very good condition, as is the vinyl top. The engine bay is nicely detailed, and maintains a very stock, original look. The big 383 was rated at 325HP, and it provides plenty of torque to get this car moving along at a brisk clip. The 3-speed 727 automatic transmission shifts smoothly and surely, with the grace one would expect from a new car...only this one is 53 years young! Inside the passenger compartment, youll find that the black vinyl seats are in great shape, as is the carpet; and the original dash pad is in great condition too. The A/C blows cold and the heat is hot, so this is ready to be your year-round classic ride to all of those car shows youll want to take it to. For more information on this 1966 Dodge Coronet 500 for sale, to see all the HD pictures and videos of it, copy the URL below, and see it at this direct link: www.gatewayclassiccars.com/show/HOU/1402 . Alternatively, if you want to see it in person, come to our Houston Showroom, located at 1910 Cypress Station Dr, Bldg 200, Houston, TX 77090. You may also call the showroom at (832) 243-6220, or email us at Houston@gatewayclassiccars.com.
This car is in great shape. the car was painted about 5 years ago. the engine runs great and it drives great. I have put allot of work into it. The buyer gets allot of parts with car. 1966 Dodge coronet, 318 engine , 4 speed on floor. front disk brakes. The interior was dynamated and the new rug put in. The truck pan was completely replaced and speckle coated. you have to see car to appreciate...then you also have to see the parts that buyer gets. 440 engine , heads, pistons , crank , and engine stand. You also get complete center console for 4 speed which is quite expensive. The car also has original rims and tires that were purchased.
This car is the first year for the legendary 426 street Hemi and the first year for the new Coronet body style. This car is 1 of 288 total Hemi cars produced, and all casting dates and numbers are correct. It is an all original sheet metal, no rust car and has the original fender tag. The 49,785 miles on the speedometer are believed to be correct. The car is equipped with the 5 blue streak tires which are a one year only option correct for 1966. The powertrain is original and proper with the 4-Speed original transmission and the right Inland shifter plus the original Dana 60 rear-end with 3.54 ratio. The car also has a rare optional perfect woodgrain steering wheel.This Hemi is extremely tight and vigorous running and represents one of the fasted appreciating investment grade cars available!