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1967 Red Dodge Coronet 440 Hardtop 2-Door 5.2L

1967 Dodge Coronet 440

Make: Dodge
Model: Coronet
SubModel: 440
Type: Hardtop
Trim: 440 Hardtop 2-Door
Year: 1967
Mileage: 39,025
VIN: WH23F77184791
Color: Red
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: U/K
Interior color: White
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Alvaton, Kentucky, United States

Description for Dodge Coronet 1967

Up for auction is my 1967 Dodge Coronet 440 2 dr. hardtop with a 318 v8. I purchased this as a project but unfortunately life got in the way. During the time I have owned it I have done quite a bit of work on it. I started out on the brakes with replacing all four wheel cylinders. While replacing the cylinders. I put new brake hardware all the way around. The shoes had plenty of sole left on them so I didn't replace those. I then replaced the brake hoses all the way around plus the rear axle hose. So far everything has been purchased from Rock Auto. I then moved on to the hard lines for the brakes and I went with the Right Stuff brake line kit. This included the two rear axle lines and the front to rear brake line. I also replaced the two front brake lines and the two lines from the master cylinder to the distribution block. After that I bought a master cylinder from Oreilly's Auto. That completed the braking system after bleeding the brakes. They are manual brakes. I had plans on converting it to power brakes in the future and may still do that if I don't sell it. After the brakes I moved up to the exhaust. I first purchased a set of Summit headers and Dynomax Super turbo mufflers also from Summit Racing. I installed the headers according to the instructions provided. It was a very easy install if you do exactly as directed in the instructions. It had some cool vintage looking manifolds on it that will go with it. After I installed the headers. I ordered a new gas tank and sending unit. I got the tank from 1a-auto and the sending unit from Rock Auto. I then drove it to Mark Muffler up the road from me a few miles and had a complete exhaust installed. They did a GREAT job of installing the exhaust tubing with perfect bends and exiting out the back like from the factory. They are very well mounted and do not rattle at all. Very happy with the install. After the brakes and exhaust I started working on the electrical side of things. I went with a new battery from Wal-Mart which are made by Johnson Controls. a very reputable company. I then had the alternator checked and it was bad. So I purchased one plus a new regulator from Oreilly's. I also replaced the plugs and wires using accell super stock 8mm wires. Also from O'reillys. I used GM style wires because I installed a Skip White H. E. I. Distributor With this setup you don't need the ballast resistor but you will need an E-core type coil. I went to napa and told my part man what I was doing and he brought out an IC24 coil. He said this is one of the most powerful coils but it's for a ford. So I had to fab up some brackets and plugs but I think it turned out just fine. The car starts so much better now than it did with points. I thought I would drive it some this fall and winter so I replaced the heater core from spectra premium. Now with this engine. it was a stock 318 2bbl. Now it is a 318 with a cast iron 4bbl intake with an Edelbrock 750 manual choke. It has 360 heads with a small cam. Don't know what size the cam is. At the time I got it. passing gear was not hooked up. So I purchased a Lokar 727 Kickdown kit. I have it installed but not fine tuned yet. I also installed a set of Sunpro Gauges just to monitor the vitals. As far as the body. I have not touched it. I did go over it with a small magnet and it stuck everywhere I checked. Thats all I know at this time about that. Well. thats the particulars on the car. For questions just contact me and I will do my best to answer them. Thanks for looking!On Dec-05-14 at 18:45:24 PST. seller added the following information:I forgot to add that I also have the fender tag. certi-card and broadcast sheet.