Ever looked at a car and know it's a muscle car from the 60s? The Dodge Coronet is one of those cars, the iconic 60s styling and aggressive persona make the Coronet a posterchild of 60s performance and American car culture. The car we have today is not just another Dodge Coronet, but this award-winning 1968 Dodge Coronet Restomod; this car is reported to have clinched first place at MOPAR Nationals in Woodburn by the previous owner and is a restomod done right.
Driving this 1968 Dodge Coronet Restomod means you need to be ready for the many heads that will turn as you drive by. The 60s muscle car styling shines bright with this car sporting a unique dark green exterior. While it's an unusual color, it sure blends in well with this car. The chrome components are now blacked out, with the front spoiler, rear spoiler, and window trim all being powder coated. The car sits on a set of silver 18" American racing wheels with the rear sporting tires, which are 12" wide for added stance. The alarm system has been refurbished, and a matching side mirror has been installed for added safety. The interior on this 1968 Dodge Coronet 440 Restomod sports a gray/tan color theme and is entirely custom, and that's not a bad thing considering the tasteful upgrades done. Upgrades include Dakota Digital Gauges instrument panel, Flaming River tilt steering, Vintage A/C, Lokar shifter, and lastly, a Memphis amplifier to ensure your tunes are done justice.
When you decide to engage the push button start on this 1968 Dodge Coronet Restomod, you are treated to the tune of a V8 growling away. Pop open the hood, and you won't find the car's factory V8 but a 5.7L Hemi in its place, which bestows over 350hp; sufficient for a good time. This engine also sports TTI headers, AP900 cruise control, and a cold air intake as upgrades. The suspension has been raised by 1 inch and now sports a Hotchkiss suspension for better handling. Power is sent to the car's rear wheels through a 5-speed automatic transmission.
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