This classic Dodge needs a loving new home.
Handed down from one generation to the next, this 1950 Dodge Coronet Six has been kept in the same family since it was purchased new in 1951. Few cars have such a history, especially of this age. It’s never been in an accident, meaning you get a straight body and frame. On top of that, this Dodge is in solid condition and ready to be cared for lovingly by a new owner.
A restoration in 1985 helped to keep up the looks of this beautiful car. It wears a nice coat of Enron paint that shines off nicely, the dark hues complimenting the curvaceous body quite well. All the brightwork is in decent condition, but along with the original badges and that iconic Ram hood ornament, could be elevated to the same level as the body for a drop-dead presentation.
The interior has the original controls, gauges, steering wheel, and even AM radio, but could use some conscientious restoration work to bring it back to full glory. What appears to be newer ivory upholstery on the seats and door panels, plus ivory carpeting is in good condition with no obvious stains or damage. The front seats have lap belts, while there’s the original seatback ashtray for the rear passengers. A new ivory headliner also presents well.
While the 230ci inline flat-head six-cylinder and its compartment are a little dusty, it runs. A three-speed manual fluid drive transmission and rear-wheel drive makes driving this classic plenty of good fun. With just 80,172 miles this car is in good condition.
Produced from 1949 to 1976, the Dodge Coronet is known as the father of the Super Bee. It was Dodge’s top-of-the-line vehicle when it first launched, thanks to trim and styling upgrades. Main Street Motors Denison is offering you the chance to scoop this well cared-for Dodge classic before someone else does.