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Found 6 results

  1. [TABLE=width: 510, align: center] <tbody>[TR] [TD=width: 135, bgcolor: #ffe4ca, align: center] 1956 dodge 3 1956 dodge 4 1956 dodge 5 1956 dodge 6 1956 dodge 7 1956 dodge 8 1956 dodge 9 1956 dodge 10 [/TD] [TD=align: center][h=1]Dodge 1956[/h] # Matching Classic ! Price: $7995 For sale in: North Carolina Status: Available [TABLE=width: 95%] <tbody>[TR] [TD=width: 28%]Car Type:[/TD] [TD=width: 72%]Sedan[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Miles: [/TD] [TD]108500[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Doors: [/TD] [TD]4[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Engine: [/TD] [TD]270 V8[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Transmission:[/TD] [TD]Automatic[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Color:[/TD] [TD]blue[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Features: [/TD] [TD] [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=colspan: 2]Accessories: [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=colspan: 2]Descripton: 1956 Dodge Coronet, "The Forward Look", 4 door sedan, original V-8 runs strong, dash mounted push button selector for the automatic transmission, light blue, with nice, clean, black and white interior, good brakes and tires. It is a very enjoyable daily driver car to enjoy. NEW: battery, carb rebuild, tuneup, tires, $1116 front end rebuild just completed, valve cover gaskets, master cylinder, fuel pump, brakes, rear window gasket, front end alignment, front end rebuild, alternator, front transmission seal, and more. This 1956 Dodge is a product of Virgil Exner's design team called "The Forward Look". When you see it, what strikes you, though it will take some time for you to figure it out, is the long, gentle, sweeping arc stretching uninterrupted from headlight brow to tail light tip. And those headlights, unlike the previous year's Dodge—and unlike those of Ford and Chevrolet—are hidden from the side by forward-canted hoods. The taillights are hooded with a complimentary rearward cant. It gives the new Dodge a sense of being in forward motion even while standing still. The doors open and close with a solid thunk, not a hollow metallic whap like today’s cars. The front grille is a handsome, massive affair, and it looks spectacular between those hooded headlights. Because of its "flight sweep" styling, this car draws a crowd.Selling for less than amount invested, $7995. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery suggestions available world wide Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market [/TD] [/TR] </tbody>[/TABLE] [/TD] [/TR] </tbody>[/TABLE]
  2. 1955-1956 Plymouth torque converter and air cooled transmission, from a V8 automatic transmission car from California. Both were working when removed from car, the transmission fluid was not burned. $225. 336-765-8312 steering column $60 Winston salem, North Carolina
  3. 1956 Dodge coronet, 4 door sedan, 270 V-8, automatic transmission, exterior is blue, 109K, mechanically strong daily driver car, fun to drive and elicits many compliments, few 1956 dodges survived. selling below investment for $7995, my loss your gain. 336-765-8312, Winston salem, N.Carolina email for more pictures wwhitfield@triad.rr.com
  4. 1955-1956 Plymouth torque converter and air cooled transmission, from a V8 automatic transmission car from California. Both were working when removed from car, the transmission fluid was not burned. $225. 336-765-8312, wwhitfield@triad.rr.com steering column $60
  5. 1956 Dodge Coronet, "The Forward Look", 4 door sedan, original V-8 runs strong, dash mounted push button selector for the automatic transmission, light blue, with nice, clean, black and white interior, good brakes and tires. It is a very enjoyable daily driver car to enjoy. NEW: battery, carb rebuild, tuneup, $1116 front end rebuild just completed, valve cover gaskets, master cylinder, fuel pump, brakes, rear window gasket, front end alignment, front end rebuild, alternator, front transmission seal, and more. This 1956 Dodge is a product of Virgil Exner's design team called "The Forward Look". When you see it, what strikes you, though it will take some time for you to figure it out, is the long, gentle, sweeping arc stretching uninterrupted from headlight brow to tail light tip. And those headlights, unlike the previous year's Dodge—and unlike those of Ford and Chevrolet—are hidden from the side by forward-canted hoods. The taillights are hooded with a complimentary rearward cant. It gives the new Dodge a sense of being in forward motion even while standing still. The doors open and close with a solid thunk, not a hollow metallic whap like today’s cars. The front grille is a handsome, massive affair, and it looks spectacular between those hooded headlights. Because of its "flight sweep" styling, this car draws a crowd.Selling for less than amount invested, $7500. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery available world wide Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market.
  6. 1956 Dodge Coronet, "The Forward Look", 4 door sedan, original V-8 runs strong, dash mounted push button selector for the automatic transmission, light blue, with nice, clean, black and white interior, good brakes and tires. It is a very enjoyable daily driver car to enjoy. NEW: battery, carb rebuild, tuneup, $1116 front end rebuild just completed, valve cover gaskets, master cylinder, fuel pump, brakes, rear window gasket, front end alignment, front end rebuild, alternator, front transmission seal, and more. This 1956 Dodge is a product of Virgil Exner's design team called "The Forward Look". When you see it, what strikes you, though it will take some time for you to figure it out, is the long, gentle, sweeping arc stretching uninterrupted from headlight brow to tail light tip. And those headlights, unlike the previous year's Dodge—and unlike those of Ford and Chevrolet—are hidden from the side by forward-canted hoods. The taillights are hooded with a complimentary rearward cant. It gives the new Dodge a sense of being in forward motion even while standing still. The doors open and close with a solid thunk, not a hollow metallic whap like today’s cars. The front grille is a handsome, massive affair, and it looks spectacular between those hooded headlights. Because of its "flight sweep" styling, this car draws a crowd.Selling for less than amount invested, $7500. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery suggestions available, Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market.
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