This 1965 Dodge Coronet boasts the ultimate Mopar powerhouse and is ready to show the world what it was made for.
We've all heard the incredible stories surrounding the legendary 426 ci Mopar Hemi powerhouse. First, a car would show up to a track day surrounded by 440s, 383s, and GM/ Ford dragsters with striking exterior and mechanical modifications. Next, automotive enthusiasts would watch the cars closely to know what was under the hood. Then, with the power of the Hemi V8, that one car would stomp all over the competition like they were nothing. This car is a perfect example of that "take what's yours with no apologies" attitude as it pays tribute to the classic racers of old.
Check out the baddest Coronet around here.
As you can probably already guess, this beautiful 1965 Dodge Coronet is powered by a massive 426 ci Hemi V8. This car was a severe racer in its hay day with such ridiculous features as a lack of inner wheel wells, a gas filler that sits behind the license plate, and some incredible performance upgrades. Those performance add-ons include a magnesium cross-ram intake manifold, aluminum heads, and an aluminum water pump. Power is transferred through an efficient and smooth TorqueFlite manual valve body transmission, making quarter-mile runs a breeze. This thing is a race car through and through, as you can see upon the first look.
Many deletes were performed from the factory, such as sound deadening, High-beam headlights, sun visors, armrests, and the heating system. If you have any doubts regarding the integrity or performance of this incredible '65 Mopar monster, those doubts are gone now. This Dodge also boasts a couple of packages, including the A990 Hemi engine and the W01 option, which means that it is exceptionally unique. The insane vehicle is the perfect tribute to the racers, and their cars, who spent god knows how many hours racing on the drag strip.