Coronet

Solid Project: 1967 Dodge Coronet 440

The Dodge Coronet 440 was the middle-of-the-road offering in the model’s lineup for 1967, and even though this one needs restoring it seems to have some strong bones to work with and appears pretty much complete, plus it’s always… more»

Scat Pack Mopar: 1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

It was 1967 and Dodge had a problem. In masterful anticipation of the market’s needs, Plymouth was ready to offer a low-priced muscle car, called the Road Runner. Buyers needed the Road Runner. Muscle cars had grown in size,… more»

One Inside, One Outside: 1955 Dodge Coronets

While we all have the best of intentions when we embark upon a restoration project, sometimes life gets in the way. Days turn into weeks, weeks turn into years, and, before you know it, your enthusiasm has dimmed, and… more»

“Spring Special” Edition! 1958 Dodge Coronet Royal Lancer

Chrysler set the U.S. auto industry on its ear in 1957 with its “Forward Look” styling across all its divisions. These cars were more futuristic in appearance compared to what some of the competition was peddling. Given the radical… more»

440 Six Pack/4-Speed 1970 Dodge Super Bee Project

This 1970 Dodge Super Bee here on eBay is another offering from Mark Worman and no doubt comes with a fine pedigree, as it left the factory in the coveted FC7 Plum Crazy color and was originally equipped with… more»

Original Paint: 1973 Dodge Coronet

Though the nameplate had been around since the 1950s, the Coronet spent most of its life as a mid-size car (1965 to 1976). By 1971, it was only offered as 4-door sedans and station wagons. The seller’s ’73 edition… more»

Worth Fixing? 1970 Dodge Coronet Project

In the late 1960s, the Dodge Coronet played second fiddle to the Charger. It was more pedestrian overall, though it was also a B-body intermediate, but without hidden headlights or a tunnel back roof. This 1970 Coronet is the… more»

Running Project: 1970 Dodge Super Bee

Witnessing the almost instant success Plymouth was enjoying from their new 1968 Road Runner offering, it didn’t take long for Dodge to get in on the low-budget muscle car action themselves, resulting in the Coronet-based Super Bee coming into… more»

LL1 Turquoise AC Car – 1968 Dodge Coronet R/T

Look past the fifty shades of primer on this Allen, Texas classic and you might find an interesting project. The 1968 Dodge Coronet R/T comes to market here on eBay, and the seller sets themself above most by including… more»

Cool Patina! 1970 Dodge Coronet 440

Patina paint is one of those visuals that most people either appreciate, in the right circumstances, or just don’t like at all no matter what.  But even if you aren’t typically a fan, check out how this 1970 Dodge… more»

First Year R/T: 1967 Dodge Coronet

The Dodge Coronet was already well into its fifth generation by the time 1967 rolled around, but it wasn’t until this year that a new R/T model was introduced, which was available as either a convertible or hardtop and… more»

383/4-Speed: 1967 Dodge Coronet 500 Hardtop

Defining the parameters of what is a genuine survivor can be challenging for some people. That could be the case with this 1967 Dodge Coronet 500 Hardtop. It presents beautifully but raises the question of whether a repaint in… more»

32k Mile Survivor: 1956 Dodge Coronet Lancer

Thanks to a big loan from Prudential, Chrysler redesigned their cars for 1955-56, making them sleeker than their predecessors. That included the Dodge Coronet, the mainstay of the division’s line-up. All of Dodge’s 2-door hardtops were also called Lancers,… more»

D-500 Equipped: 1958 Dodge Coronet

The 1958 Dodge Coronet was a nicely styled automobile on the outside no matter what was under the hood, but buyers who got the D-500 engine also had a strong powerplant to go along with those good looks, although… more»

BF Auction: 1950 Dodge Coronet

Downsizing a collection can be a tough decision, but that is the one made by the owner of this 1950 Dodge Coronet (they are auctioning the rest of the vehicles in the background as well). It is a rust-free… more»

West Coast Wagon! 1970 Dodge Coronet

The Dodge Coronet was one of Chrysler’s intermediates in the 1960s and 1970s and was the basis for the Charger and Super Bee. Family sedans comprised most of Coronet sales, but station wagons were in the mix, as well…. more»

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