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This 1965 Dodge Coronet has the unmistakable look of a cool classic drag racer. And while this crisp build got all the details right, the one we know youre going to love the most is under the hood. Thats because this has a big block RB 426 setup to look like Max Wedge! The body is beautifully finished in white, which gives it the instant look of a classic lightweight Super Stock racer. But the glow of the new clearcoat paint is unmistakable. It proves that someone has taken extra time and car in this cars creation. It has great details, like bright chrome bumpers and good bodylines that showcase the Coronets full-length body crease. Of course, the large hood scoop, period-correct stickers, and competition-style wheels with wider rear tires are something every NHRA and Mopar fan instantly recognizes and gravitates towards. Open the door to a competition-ready machine. There is a freshness inside that instantly conveys the time and money spent on this car. This is not just about restoring the major pieces like the dash, carpets, and door panels, but also this includes the little things that really make the difference, like low-back bucket seats borrowed from the A100 and lightweight seat mounts. While the Coronet was a fine family car, the lightweight racers were all about eliminating any unnecessary bulk. With a deleted radio, heater, rear window cranks, and even the back seat, this is pure performance motoring. In fact, they added proper racing harnesses, a custom roll cage, and even a classic helmet. The original gauge package is supplemented by a large Sun Super Tach mounted on the dash. Also within eyesight is a period-correct Sun auxiliary readout package with oil, water, and battery. All of this is a good indication that there is an exceptional motor worth keeping you constantly updated. Under the hood is a sight that makes Mopar fans weak in the knees. The 426 cubic-inch V8. The ultra-clean engine bay, bright block, and correct Ramcharger decals make this juggernaut ready to show off. Its a true 1964 block, and everyone loves pointing out the offset dual four-barrel carburetors on the special aluminum intake. The V8 knows how to bring the power, and the Hedman headers know how to bring the thunder. And when you really want to scare them all off with your growl, there are electronic cutouts on the dual exhaust. Getting this power to the ground means the right components. So you get a strong Torqueflite 727A three-speed transmission. This feeds an 8.75 rear end with Sure Grip and 3.55 gears. Plus, front disc brakes and modern tires help you harness this beastly Mopar. This car is clean everywhere, right down to the undercarriage. And you know its definitely a mean machine, too. That makes for an awesome classic you need to get your hand on right now. Call today!!!
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