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1967 Dodge CoronetReview
Geoff_Poz writes:
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Awesome Muscle Car — This is a great muscle car. It was the very first Dodge w/ a branding of R/T on it. This car has a 440 with a 4 speed. It was an original Air Conditioned vehicle. I have owned it since 1983 and am the third owner.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Looks, Power, Acceleration.

Cons: No Gas Mileage

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1967 Dodge CoronetReview
Tully writes:

This Is A Car That Was Almost Cool. — The one I had was a 4-door, which stunk, and the 318 was a little worn out by the time I was driving it. It definitely wasn't a hot rod, but in its prime got a lot of looks.

Pros: Roomy, nostalgic, pretty smooth ride.

Cons: Surprisingly slow.

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1967 Dodge CoronetReview
Grant writes:

1967 Dodge Coronet Deluxe 4door — This one has a 273 v8 LA engine. I have the original tires/rims and the Build Sheet. Selling this summer.

Pros: Big, fast, Suprisingly good gas mileage!, Fun,tuff,has a/c.

Cons: Not very nimble,Body style you either love it or hate it,No rear defrost.

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1967 Dodge Coronet Review
Nate says:
Fun car classic
vs2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat RWD
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1976 Dodge Coronet Reviews

Not What Your Grandma Had In Mind For Her Car By PoppaSmurf

trying to present a different attitude towards the mid 70's 4 door BIG Dodge, this car has a power train that would warm the hearts of any racer, and the custom looks, of any show, her interior is up ... Read More

1972 Dodge Coronet Reviews

The Bluesy Bunch. By falconhead

This wagonis unbelievable! It has factory air and runs like the day it was born. I've driven it on a couple of 2000 mile trips without a single issue. I think it deserves a set of custom wheels. C... Read More

Great Overall Car And I Wish My Dad Didn't Back In To It And Destroy The Door By Scott

I love my coronet because it feels great to drive and has classic American styling. It's cool yet practical, fun but not excessive or wasteful. It's been reliable and never really lets me down (except... Read More

1971 Dodge Coronet Reviews

1971 Dodg Coronet By Tiffany

This car was a gift from my daddy and I have to say I had to have been one of the most well running solid car I haveever owned. It's interior was immaculate and it ran like a beast. The only downfall... Read More

1970 Dodge Coronet Reviews

Don't Get Much Better Than This. By MOPARHEAD

It's a convertible musclecar... what else do you need. I just don't get much better than this. Engine is a 440, 4spd manual transmission, limited-slip rearend, Hurst pistol grip shifter and dual exha... Read More

I Wouldn't Want To Part With It By Larry

(acceleration) well im going by past experience since its still not road worthy yet, but i will snap your neck. Braking was poor. Handling i hope is better with the new front suspension components. ... Read More

1969 Dodge Coronet Reviews

I Built This By fhpautomotive

I got this car from my brother and completely rebuilt it a couple years ago after pulling it from storage, where it had sat for over 10 years. I love this car, almost as much as the roadrunner I used... Read More

Dodge By Chris

Big ass Dodge. I liked it, even if it wasnt a Chevy. Big and ugly, so people got the hell out of the way when they saw it coming. The 318ci motor was not bad, but not as strong as a lot of Mopars. Read More

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