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'65 Dodge Coronet Convertible $14,500


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Looks pretty good for the price. I bet there's s very good reason that 6 pack intake is nor installed and it has a new 4 barrel. 

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/cto/d/carson-city-1965doodge-coronet/7485359913.html

Rust Free Nevada car, 383 engine, Runs great, Six pack intake and Air cleaner included, New tires, New brakes, New 4bbl Carburetor, Etc. Original Spinner Hubs, Clear title, Dennis (775) 315-8265

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Interesting car in that I almost never see these in convertible form nowadays. I like the look of it. Would six packs have been offered in '65? I don't know why, but I always thought of that as a late sixties option...and mostly on 440 engines. I know little to nothing about Mopars, but the car is neat.

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22 hours ago, Leif in Calif said:

I bet there's s very good reason that 6 pack intake is nor installed and it has a new 4 barrel. 

It probably won't fit on the 383. I don't recall factory 6 packs on low-deck B engines like the 383. Maybe an aftermarket manifold exists? My guess is it is a factory setup and it fits high-deck engines like the 440 it probably came on, or the 426 (wedge) that could have been ordered in this car but probably wasn't.

 

2 hours ago, JamesR said:

Would six packs have been offered in '65? I don't know why, but I always thought of that as a late sixties option...and mostly on 440 engines.

69-71 I think, plus some LA340 engines in 1970.

 

 

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