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1972 Dodge Coronet

1972 Dodge Coronet Base

Condition: Used
Make: Dodge
Model: Coronet
Type: Wagon
Trim: Base
Year: 1972
Mileage: 99,999
VIN: WL46G2Axxxxxx
Color: Green
Engine: 318 2bbl
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Green
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Lubbock, Texas, United States
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Ok, for those of you following my 1971 Coronet wagon here on Ebay, here are the other two cars I have in one auction. I have for sale a two for one deal. The first car is a 1972 Dodge Coronet 6 passenger wagon that has been wrecked hard on the passenger side. I was told the car can be fixed, just more money than I want to spend. Both pass. side doors are gone. The car is a 318 2bbl car. It has a 8 1/4 open rear end with 2.45 gears. The dash and wiring harness are gone (but I have the dash frame with cars Vin. #) as is the engine and trans. It has no front seat either. The entire front clip is also gone(hood has been left on as I have no place to put it, but is not for sale) The K member is also not for sale. This car has rust in the floors and in the rear storage area. So, basically all that you will get is a shell with rear seat and everything behind it. This car has a clear New Mexico title that is signed along with a signed Bill of Sale all ready to be transferred. The other car, a 1972 Plymouth Satellite also has a title and is a better car. It too has been wrecked on the front pass. side, both driver side doors and the dr. side quarter have been replaced as well as the dr. side rocker. This car is a 9 pass. factory big block car(383 2bbl) auto trans., with a 8 3/4 rear, factory A/C, pwr. steering and pwr. disc brakes. The engine and tranny are gone, but the rear is still there. The dash is gone, but steering wheel is there. I have the dash frame with the vin # to the car, but no wiring or gauges. This car also has a factory front sway bar. Something else about this car that is unique is that it is an Export car. It was built for shipment overseas and the fender tag has the code letter "E" in the second row of the fender tag to show this. This was a very high option car as it has two fender tags. I think between these two cars, one good one could be put together. I was going to use them as parts for the 1971 Coronet, but now I will let someone else decide what to do with them. And, those of you in the know about the early '70's B body cars know how many of these parts interchange with the Chargers and Roadrunners/Satellites of the same years. So, these cars, in parts alone, are worth what my opening bid is. If you have a question, contact me or call me at 1-eight 0 six-4 seven zero-3 three eight 1, between 8 AM and 10 PM CST, ask for Dean.
These cars are used and as such are being sold "As Is" with no warranties, guarantees, or returns of any kind written, implied, or otherwise. Be sure before bidding as the end of auction is a final sale.
The winner will be expected to make a 300.00 non-refundable deposit within 48 hrs. of the end of the auction and the cars will need to be paid for in full within 10 days of end of auction or at the time of pickup, which ever comes first. This can be done through Pay Pal or by cash at pickup. If you have an issue, contact me so we can work it out to everyone's liking. The cars will need to be picked up by the end of August/first week of September. After this, I will charge 25.00 per day storage fee until the cars are picked up.
The buyer is responsible for all shipping arrangements and costs. I will assist with loading the cars any way I can, but it is up to the buyer to make sure you have a way to load them on a trailer.