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    1966 Dodge Coronet 500 Convertible

    I am selling my 1966 Dodge Coronet 500 Convertible with 73,000 original miles. The car was originally sold in Tennessee and spent most of its life there. It had been parked in a garage for almost 30 years and is in exceptional condition. It’s not a survivor just because it received a coat of paint at some point, but there is no perforation. The body is in great shape. Underneath is solid as well.

    The engine is a 361, but the car is badged as a 383 tribute. A four-barrel intake and Carter carburetor give it the 383 appearance, but I still have the original intake manifold and carburetor for the purists. It has been fitted with aftermarket dual exhaust that sounds great. The aluminum radiator and electric fans are a major improvement over the original radiator, but I have the original radiatoras well. The front end is upgraded withaftermarket disc brakes and a power disc brake booster, but again, I have the original single reservoir master cylinder. The wheels and tires have been upgraded to give the vehicle a resto-mod look, but, you guessed it, I have the original wheels, tires and wheel covers. I also have a second set of wheel covers that are included. All original parts are included in the deal.

    The interior is outstanding. The seats have been recovered to the original appearance, but otherwise the interior is in original condition. No holes, no modifications. The convertible top goes up and down with no issues.

    The car starts reliably and runs well even after long distances. The 727 transmission is rock-solid. The car has been driven to many car events, but even though it is now in Michigan it has never been driven in winter weather, snow or even rain.

    Included is a light-weight fiberglass hood with scoop. It has never been installed because it would need finishing, painting and reinforcement to put it on the original hinges, but it would be a nice addition for those who want to see the car take on a more performance-oriented appearance.

    This car presents very well and it has been a lot of fun. With all of the upgrades it could still be taken back to original condition in one day because no holes were drilled or other modifications made. I don’t have the sticker or original bill of sale, but I do have the original broadcast sheet. This car is offered for sale to someone who wants to own the car. No dealers or resellers, please. I am offering the car for sale at $22,900 and would be negotiable with the right buyer. Please feel free to contact me at "" or at (248) 719-6750.
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    Last edited by j57little; 07-02-2018 at 09:18 AM.

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