Dodge Coronet 1965



33.000,00 - 38.000,00

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Kavelnummer: 157 - 68

Kaveltype: % BTW


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  • Brand

  • Dodge

  • Model

  • Coronet

  • Body

  • Coupe

  • Year

  • 1965

  • Registration

  • Dutch documents

  • License plate

  • DZ-65-37

  • Chassis number

  • W155172629

  • Date of first admission

  • 28-02-1965

  • Date of first admission (NL)

  • 23-10-2018

  • Fuel

  • Gasoline

  • Odometer reading

  • 90000 Miles

  • Color

  • Blue

  • Transmission

  • Automatic

  • LHD or RHD

  • LHD

  • Is in a driving condition

  • The car is in running condition


The appearance of the 1965 Dodge Coronet is typical of its era, with its distinctive rectangular body and chrome accents. The design is robust and exudes a sense of power. It was available in several body styles, including coupé, sedan and station wagon, so buyers could choose the style that best suited their needs.

Under the hood of the 1965 Coronet, buyers could choose from several powerful V8 engines. The example offered here features a 440 cubic inch, 7.2 liter big block engine with a four-speed manual transmission. The engine was recently subjected to a service.

As for the driving experience, the 1965 Coronet was known for its speed and power on the road. The car could accelerate quickly and had enough power to beat the competition, especially on the dragstrip. The suspension was suitable for comfortable highway cruising, but could also provide a thrilling driving experience on twisty roads.

All in all, the 1965 Dodge Coronet is an unforgettable car from an exciting period in automotive history. It is a symbol of the Muscle Car culture of the 1960s and remains a beloved classic among car enthusiasts who want to relive the power and style of that era.

We invite you to see it all in person on viewing day.

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