1967 Butch Leal Dodge Coronet Super Stock


If you were growing up in the 60’s and had a love of cars, you may have heard mention of a racer by the name of Butch “The California Flash” Leal. At the time, he became known for match-racing one of the fastest gasoline-burning altered wheelbase Mopars in the nation, winning five events in a row. You can own a piece of Butch’s legacy with the 1967 Butch Leal Dodge Coronet Super Stock that’s just entered the market by way of Fastlane Classic Cars in St. Charles, Missouri. It’s one of only 16 factory Hemi Super Stocks produced in 1967 and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, signed by Butch Leal himself. It’s only one piece of documentation among many more collected painstakingly to prove this one is the real deal. You can see many more photographs in the ad, all showing how incredible the fit and finish is, and also showcasing some of the other collectible aspects, like the signature on the dash and the aforementioned documentation. This is part of racing history!

This car has been SOLD.

This 1967 Butch Leal Dodge Coronet Super Stock was a standout in the Cars On Line Newsletter this week. Click here to see this week’s Cars On Line Newsletter.

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