1965 Dodge Coronet 500
1965 Dodge Coronet 500 Convertible For Sale
The Dodge Coronet was marketed in seven generations. These cars were introduced in 1949 and was the divisions highest trim package at that time. In 1965 the Coronet reappeared as the intermediate sized B-body. Dodge sold over 209,000 cars that year and was the most popular model sold by Dodge. The Coronet 500 was the highest trim level of this model. Just over 33,300 Coronet 500's were sold in 1965. Standard equipment for these 500's were a V8 engine, exterior trim and badging, bucket seats, padded dash and a chrome center console.
1965 Dodge Coronet 500 Convertible. This Coronet comes with a 318 V8 engine and an automatic transmission. The car does run and drive but will require more work to be roadworthy. Previous owner had done a lot of work to this vehicle and we have receipts for work that was done. Comes with power steering. Has power brakes with drums on the front and rear. Has all four original wheels and has all four hubcaps. Four brand new tires. Currently has a new California plate for the car and is currently registered.
The interior of the vehicle is complete and is in decent shape. Dash is all original and not been cut up. Original gauge cluster is there and has the factory radio. Comes with a center console and has the optional RPM gauge as well. The electric top does work. The glass on the vehicle all there and in decent shape. Solid car. Some loose parts are included with the sale. California car with a clean title.
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