1965 Dodge Coronet
318 Polyhead V8
727 Automatic Transmission
Dual 4 bbl Carburetors
The Coronet first appeared in the Dodge line-up in 1949 as a full size car and continued through the 1959 model year with the highest trim level of the brand. Model year 1965 saw the Coronet re-join the Dodge line-up, but as an intermediate-size car. The B-body Coronet enjoyed much success in the market outselling other cars in the Dodge Line-up.
The car presented at auction is a restored California car. The 318 Polyhead V8 was rebuilt 3 years ago and features 2 Edelbrock four bbl carburetors. Under the hood is well adorned and includes a new battery and radiator. The dual exhaust produces a sound that gets attention and the 727 Transmission powers through the gears with excitement.
The interior is shows very well with bucket front seats, and a floor Hurst Shifter. The exterior was repainted three years ago and the bumpers and trim enhance the presentation of the car. New tires and Keystone rims provide a stance that says “Look at Me!”. This is a good looking and driving Mopar.