1967 Dodge Coronet R/T

1967 Dodge Coronet R/T

Because it is priced so affordably the owner of this 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T is afraid buyers will think it is a clone. Not so, he says. This car had been in Cheyenne, Wyoming all of it’s life with no rust ever, the way he writes the copy. The engine which he says is a #’s matching 440 was redone 5,000 miles ago with Crane cam and roller rockers and Keith Black pistons. Meanwhile the tranny was done at the same time. He says the body is lazer straight and has good paint and the drive train is flawless. It will be hard to find another this nice for the price. We’ve chosen it to be our DEAL of the DAY this Saturday because this would seem to be a lot of car for the money, don’t you think? Have it inspected to make a better decision. The asking price is $19,995

This car has been SOLD.

In the popular DEAL of the DAY preview we give you first shot at all the cars that will be featured in the DEAL of the DAY “rear view mirror” seen daily on the Cars On Line home page. Our fans wait eagerly each day to see which bargains will be highlighted. But often these cars sell right here in the newsletter before they have a chance to be viewed on the front page. If you aren’t a newsletter subscriber you’ll never know what you’re missing. Newsletter readers are able to preview the best bargains on our website right here in the DEAL of the DAY feature. You’ll always see it here first.

To see the rest of the DEALs of the DAY in this week’s newsletter click this link. The link goes to the section of our Cars On Line newsletter where we let our newsletter readers preview all the ads that will be in our DEAL of the DAY feature for the upcoming week. When you are a newsletter reader you get the news before it happens.

, ,

2 Responses to 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T

  1. Dave June 5, 2014 at 9:09 am #

    I would like to know where that grille came from. That is not the typical R/T grill for 67, and is more like the Dart G/t for that year.

    Just an observation.

    • Dave June 5, 2014 at 9:14 am #

      Now that I’ve done some searching, that’s actually a 1966 Coronet grill on a 67 R/T.

Leave a Reply