Class, power, and rarity - we know exactly why you want this 1967 Dodge Coronet convertible. And as you look over all the details, you will realize this Mopar was given all the right investments to make sure this lives up to its desirable first impression.
There's just something about a classic Mopar that makes you pay attention. You know there were fewer of these made compared to the Fords or Chevys back in the '60s. So when you see something as nice as this drop-top, you know it will .....
always be desirable. Plus, we love how the exterior conveys a look of both premium and aggressive. The white convertible top is an upper-class detail, but it also coordinates with the delicate pinstripes and the sporty rocker stripe. The blue paint Is an update later in life, and it's a quality application that makes sure this convertible continues to radiate in the sunshine. It all has the look of a fun car that's an easy choice to drive. After all, these Coronets were made to own the streets. Dodge really got the design right in '67. It has a wide blocky stance that can make this intermediate look full-sized. There are plenty of style touches like the creases along the side that flare out on the quarters, and that electric shaver-style rear end. Bright chrome bumpers, complete trim, and Mopar road wheels are all part of the shine that adds distinction.
This Dodge gets even more distinctive when you power down the top. The two-tone interior is distinctly different shades than the exterior, but they all harmonize under a sea of blue. So it has that designer's touch that you get on the best 1960s cruisers. And speaking of a cruiser, two wide bench seats and plenty of legroom is a terrific classic setup. The two-tone seats, matching door panels, and soft carpeting all have a nice look that makes this far more inviting than just ice cream runs. And you'll appreciate the level of classic detail with the stylish Dodge steering wheel, AM radio for display, full trim seatbacks, and there are even courtesy lights that greet you when the door opens.
Under the hood is a clean-looking and correct-style 383 cubic-inch big block V8. This looks exceptionally stock in all the main areas with just features like the radiator and battery updated over the years to keep this a strong runner. Right now this is for true vintage Mopar fans who love the factory appearance and easy cruising nature. Of course, there are also plenty of you out there who understand just how much power can be unleashed from this classic big block. And no matter how you choose to motor, power steering, power brakes, a three-speed automatic transmission, and wide BF Goodrich T/As all contribute to an overall comfortable driver.
Complete with maintenance records, this is one of those Mopars that has quality, rarity, style, and fun all delivered on day one. So if you want to turn heads tomorrow, you need to call today!