1965 Dodge Coronet

Streetside Classics-Charlotte
800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Concord, NC

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Concord, NC



Year 1965
Mileage 27090
Engine 8
Doors 2
Transmission Automatic
Make Dodge
Model Coronet

Coronet 1965

Title Status --
Exterior Color White
Interior Color Red


This 1965 Dodge Coronet has the right combination of originality and style that makes mid-60s Mopars so special. From the handsome design lines to the classic 318 Poly V8, this neat hardtop is a seldom-seen Dodge that delivers big car comfort in one sleek package.

This might have been the intermediate-sized car, but the styling tells a different story. The new-for-1965 Coronet line took advantage of a flat front with a full-width grille, wide chrome bumpers, and premium full-length trim that also highlights how straight the sheet metal is on this example. The result is a coupe that can own the road. Plus, detail lovers will enjoy how this one is correct, right down to the badging. In fact, those two Dodge logos up front set up a sheet metal crease that runs all the way through the door line - proving that stylists really were at the top of their game! Speaking of style, this one is done in a timeless shade of white. But the true distinction is the sharp-looking red vinyl top... and the trim tag tells us it was born this way. It's an overall presentation that feels authentic right down to the factory hubcaps.

The interior is a high-quality presentation two-tone where the darker elements on the seats and door panels seem to match nicely with the exterior roof color. The brighter red that dominates the rest of the interior has a fresh and attractive style. The center console is a Mopar work of art. And the same goes for the factory steering wheel and the big bright dash panel. If you're a Mopar lover, then you'll appreciate this devotion to keeping the interior authentic is appreciated right down to details you don't see working in other classics. This includes the console-mounted tach, AM radio, and courtesy lights. It all makes for an impressive hardtop.

Under the hood is the desirable 318 cubic-inch V8. This A-series motor has a cool history of being the bridge between the motors like the Red Ram Hemi and the later LA series. So it's nice to have the correct motor and even a casting date that puts it in-line with the car's production. It has the right upgrades today like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, a Champion aluminum radiator, and a newer dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. Its calling card was torque, and this runs strong to get you off the line cleanly. It makes for a cool cruising machine, and it's easy to enjoy thanks to features like power steering, power brakes, front discs, and the A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission.

The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, service manuals, build receipts, and restoration photos. You know this is a great deal on a distinct Mopar. So it's not going to stick around here for long. Call now!


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