Arbor Day Special: 1966 Dodge Coronet For $600!

1966 Dodge Coronet

Arbor Day is next week, so it’s time to get out there and plant a tree! Just be sure to move you classic before doing so. This 1966 Coronet has a sapling taking shape in the engine bay so it would be a good idea to get it moved before you have bigger problems. It may not be worth restoring, but there might be more than $600 worth of parts left there. Take a look here on craigslist and let us know what you think. Thanks goes to Bill M for the tip!

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Comments

  1. JW

    IMHO he would have to pay me to haul it away.

  2. Leon

    Coral reef donor. Sink it

  3. Dirty Dingus McGee

    Easily $600 worth of parts for someone resurrecting a vehicle out of the rust belt.

  4. piper62j

    You guys said it all.. Boat anchor..

  5. mike

    I would be afraid to get in trouble for the damage it would to to the lake if it was used as a anchor or a reef!!!!

  6. james burton

    i bet if it was a chevy there’d be 30 of you raving what a great car and great buy this is. i’ve noticed every time there’s a mopar on here you just can’t wait to tell what a piece of junk it is. anybody can own a chevy but it takes a real lover of old cars to own a mopar. guess witch one the engs. dead in.

  7. james burton

    sorry post didn’t download pic. of my point

  8. Perry

    So why do you guys even look at barn finds if you’re scared to get close to Any ,,, you scared ?
    With a little help she could go a long way.

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