Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is proud to present this 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T Tribute. The 1965-67 Coronet entered the market with a whopping 17 models including coupes, sedans, convertibles, and wagons. Four trim levels were produced including Coronet, Coronet Deluxe, Coronet 400, Coronet 500 and the Coronet R/T debuted in 1967. The R/T was launched by Dodge to compete with the Pontiac GTO during the muscle car craze. Built with the largest engine of the time, the 440 Magnum V-8 pumping out 375hp. and 480ft/lb. of torque. Every R/t came with 11″ drum brakes, heavy duty police car suspension, and a Dana 60 rear axle as standard features.
This 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T Tribute is painted in dark red. Highlighted with the R/T scooped hood, badging, and B.F. Goodrich raised white letter tires mounted on factory Magnum 500 five-spoke chrome wheels. The white vinyl interior consists of bucket seats, chrome center console w/ floor shifter, full gauges, wood steering wheel, seatbelts, and the factory AM radio. Under the hood of this powerhouse is the 440 V-8 that has been modified with updated features including a Crane Cam, aluminum rockers, Headman ceramic headers, Mopar high performance intake manifolds, solid lifters Demon 850 double pumper carburetor, and Magna Flow exhaust. The High Upshift 727 Torqueflite automatic transmission transfers all this raw power to the rear wheels through an 8 rear end with a 323-gear ratio. This 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T tribute is also equipped with factory power steering.