The 1974 Dodge Coronet was still the same as the year before with a slight revisions. Torqueflite transmission is standard on every full-sized Dodge along with Torsion-Bar Suspension. Standard options on the Coronet included a 318-cid V8 or 225-cid 6-cylinder engine as well as vinyl or cloth and vinyl interior combinations and a 19.1 cubic foot trunk. Inside the Coronet Station Wagon there is 86.8 cubic feet of cargo space – imagine a four-foot-by-eight-foot sheet of plywood lying flat. Station wagons were available as 2 or 3 seat models and all came equipped with a 318 cid V8.
1974 Dodge Coronet Specification and Production
Body Type & Seating
Factory Price (6-cyl)
4 dr Sedan - 6P
4 dr Station Wagon - 6P
4 dr Custom Sedan - 6P
4 dr Custom Station Wagon - 6P
4 dr Custom Station Wagon - 9P
4 dr Crestwood Station Wagon - 6P
4 dr Crestwood Station Wagon - 9P
Production for Coronet and Chargers totaled 6,013. 3,315 were 6-cylinders and 2,698 were V8s.
Production for Coronet Customs totaled 55,599. 2,252 6-cylinders and 53,347 V8s.
G78 x 15
Coronet Station Wagon
LR78 x 15B
Serial Numbers were on the instrument panel, visible thru the windshield, and on the bottom line of a separate plate(fender tag) under the hood.
NOTES: The first Paint Code identifies the roof or accent color. The second Paint Code identifies the body color. (For example, the combination W1-B5 on a Dodge would indicate the roof or accent area is in Eggshell White and the body is finished in Lucerne Blue Metallic.) Paint code plates are located in the engine compartment on the left wheel housing, the fender side shield, or the radiator yoke.