The 1966 Dodge Coronet 440 Hemi is this weeks Muscle Car of the Week. It was the birth of the street Hemi. A plain Jane wrapper only seems fitting. This car was all about go. And go it did. Video after the jump!
Seller claims original paint California car with correct correct crossram, carbs and engine. Looks pretty neat to us, what do you think? Buy it now price is set at $50,000. More pics after the jump. Or check it out on eBay!
Bring A Trailer has a piece on this 1967 Coronet wagon featuring conservative white paint, durable steel wheels, a practical bench seat and a 528 Hemi power plant. Wait. What? Also hidden from view is a Ron Mancini built 727, Wilwood brakes and exhaust cutouts. It is for sale on For B Bodies Only. More pics after the jump!
Lucas Marquardt takes us on a video tour of a veritable field of dreams in the back lot of an undisclosed location. It consists of a 1969 Coronet R/T 440, a 1968 Hemi Charger, a 1969 Hemi Charger, a 1969 Charger 500, a 1968 318 Charger and two first generation Chargers! Unfortunately, of the 68’s and 69’s, only one has a powertrain; a big block in place of it’s original 426. Find more info at Street Legal TV. Video after the jump!
Lots of auctions are going on during auction week in Phoenix. Barrett-Jackson and Russo and Steele are the biggest but Gooding is pretty big, too. They tend to have more high end and European cars but they had a couple of Mopars. Of course we had to check them out…
One Mopar was a 1970 Dodge Charger R/T. Was not so impressed with this car as it was missing its fender tag and was a 440-4 car. It is a 4-speed car though. Auction estimate was $80-100k!