1953 Dodge CoronetReview
A Beautiful And Rare Car - Wish I Still Had It — I purchaced my 1953 Coronet Sierra 2 door wagon from a wrecking yard in Guelph Ontario in 1971. It had been driven up from California in 1961 and the owner blew the engine and left it here. I rebuilt it and redid the body and drove it many miles, including from Waterloo to PEI and back. Very capable car. good mileage in overdrive, good ride, and lots of power.
Owner for 7 years, 0 months
Pros: very rare car in Canada - have not seen another.
Cons: very rare car in Canada - hard to get parts.
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