If youve always wanted the chance to own a top notch, investment grade Chrysler, but dont really care for all the over-hyped regulars that seem to dominate the hobby, youre looking at your next trophy winner! Our teams goal was to keep the car as close to 100% Chrysler Corporation as possible, so they went to work straightening, flattening and finessing the bodys clean, existing panels into laser-straight surfaces. Since that body had never been wrinkled, or had any unfortunate run-ins with a drag strip guard rail, its panels displayed good gaps to begin with, and stellar gaps when reassembled. And finally, weeks of primer and sanding counted down to a fresh coat of Chrysler code E Dark Blue Metallic paint and a glossy clearcoat shell. Fully detailed, covered in HEMI Orange paint and wearing only break-in miles since a complete rebuild, this slick Dodges 426 cubic inch warranty replacement V8 is spectacular in every measurable way! Of course, the cars engine bay wasnt always this glorious and, while our team definitely knows their way around a 2G 426, we opted to enlist Mopar legend Larry Shepard for a full powertrain overhaul. Behind that legendary HEMI street block youll find a correct A727 Torqueflite 3-speed which sends power to factory 3.23 gears via an original 8.75 inch Sure Grip rear end. And at the corners of the suspension, original steel wheels spin period correct F70-15 Goodyear Speedway Red Streaks around fratzog branded hub caps that are seated in Dark Blue Metallic paint. Open this B-Bodys elongated doors and youll be greeted by a showroom fresh blue vinyl interior thats been restored to the same brilliant standards as the rest of the car. Professionally finished in every way, this sinister convertible is a fully-sorted classic that will show well at any major event and hold its own at any stoplight in America. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this world-class Coronet!
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