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Dodge Coronet 500 1965 on 2040cars

US $9,999.99
Year:1965 Mileage:0 Color: Black / Black
Location:

Halethorpe, Maryland, United States

Halethorpe, Maryland, United States
Transmission:0
Body Type:hard top
Engine:none
Vehicle Title:Clear
For Sale By:Private Seller
VIN: xxxxxx Year: 1965
Number of Cylinders: 0
Make: Dodge
Model: Coronet
Trim: 500
Warranty: none
Drive Type: none
Mileage: 0
Disability Equipped: No
Exterior Color: Black
Number of Doors: 2
Interior Color: Black
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ... 

1965 DODGE CORONET 500 FOR SALE . I THINK AFTER LOOKING ON THE INTERNET THAT THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST OF THE UNRESTORED CORONET'S THAT I HAVE SEEN IN A LONG TIME. DONT GET ME WRONG I SAID UNRESTORED AND IS A EASY RESTO JOB .YOU WILL SEE BY MY PICTURES . .SO LET S START AT THE FRONT PASSENGER FENDER WAS REPLACED LOOKS LIKE SOMEONE HAD A FENDER ONLY BENDER INSIDE WHEEL WELL IS FINE JUST SHEET METAL DAMAGE I DO HAVE A REPLACEMENT FENDER THAT IS IN NEED OF SOME WORK . I HAVE TWO GRILLS TO DO AWAY WITH INNER HEAD LIGHTS .HOOD HAS A DENT IN THE PASS CORNER BUT CAN BE STRAIGHTEN. FIRE WALL AND INNER FENDER WELLS ARE GREAT  BOTH DOORS HAVE SOME DENTS I WAS GOING TO MAKE THIS CAR A ALTERED WHEEL BASE OR GASSER SO I HAVE TWO SEDAN DOORS THAT DO NEED SOME WORK . QUARTERS ARE ALMOST PERFECT BUT HAVE TWO LITTLE RUST SPOTS IN BOTTOMS OF THEM SEE PICTURES .INTERIOR IS IN GOOD SHAPE IT NEEDS A HEADLINER I HAVE A NEW ONE AND IT NEEDS CARPET I HAVE ALSO NEW .THIS CAR HAS NO HOLES IN THE FLOOR PANS OR TRUNK  YES NO RUST HOLES AT ALL .TRUNK LID IS PERFECT TRUNK EXTENSIONS ARE PERFECT .CAR HAS A  VINYL TOP THAT HAS SOME BUBBLES UNDER IT . I DO HAVE A A990 HOOD SCOOP THE I WILL SELL SEPARATE TO THE BID WINNER FOR 300. IF HE OR SHE IS INTERESTED IN IT  . THE CAR DOES HAVE A BRAND NEW STRAIGHT AXLE UNDER IT RIGHT NOW THAT IS SPOT WELDED IN ONLY BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO HAVE THE WEIGHT OF THE MOTOR AND TRANS IN THE CAR AND THAN SET THE 6-8 DEGREE RANK ON THE AXLE AND THEN WELD IT IN . NO STEERING BOX IS HOOKED UP . I DO HAVE A SMALL MANUEL BOX THAT GO'S WITH THE CAR . ALSO I HAVE ALL THE ORIGINAL FRONT END THAT CAME OUT OF THE CAR THAT GO'S WITH THE CAR AND THE DRUM BRAKES . CAR HAS A 8-3/4 REAR UNDER IT FROM THE FACTORY . THIS IS A BIG BLOCK CAR HAS THE FACTORY K MEMBER IN IT .NOTICE THE CAR HAS ONLY HAD ONE PAINT JOB THE ORIGINAL GOLD IS STILL ON THE FIREWALL AND UNDER NEATH THE HOOD .IT DOES HAVE NEW FIRESTONE GUM WALL TIRES ON THE FRONT ON NEW TORQUE THRUST WHEELS AND ONE THE BACK CHEATER SLICKS ON 7 " STEEL WHEELS .SO TAKE A LOOK AT MY PICTURES AND BID IF ONLY PLAN TO BUY THIS CAR .PLEASE NO TIRE KICKERS AND I DO HAVE THIS CAR ADVERTISED LOCAL SO CAN END AUCTION AT ANY TIME IF CAR SELLS. I WOULD BE INTERESTED IN A TRADE OR SWAP FOR A 33 OR 34 PLYMOUTH OR DODGE COUPE AT THE SAME VALUE .THANKS FOR LOOKING  ANY QUESTIONS SEND ME A EMAIL .  

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