1951 Dodge CoronetReview
Dodge Coronet 1951 — The Gyromatic trans is GREAT when in a parade or line of traffic! The vacuum assist works great; for a big, heavy car, it stops well. Power steering would have been nice but don't think it was available yet. This is a great car to take on a picnic; large trunk and very comfortable and spacious rear seat. Oh and 4 doors!
Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)
Pros: It's in original condition with 36K miles.
Cons: I can lift it! Ha!
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