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1965 Coronet

About this Mopar:

Year
1965
Make
Dodge
Model
Coronet 500
Finally starting to build again after several years. Hopefully, I can finish this time. My first car was a Coronet and I sold it to get a little 280z. I had wished ever since that I had kept it so I bought another one but had not had the time to build it until now.

Latest updates

Got my wheels and tires still working on the engine and transmission

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Riverdawg
Riverdawg
Great color and wheels. That’s going to be a sweet ride.
JB65
JB65
Thanks! It's not original by any means but I like it. The color is B7 blue and the wheels were powder coated in Prisimatic "Misty Midnight" The engine I painted with Eastwood's ceramic hemi orange. Its coming together but has taken a lot longer than I hoped.

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congrats and good luck with the build. What are the plans for it? Stock? Day 2?
Thanks, the engine is a 440/493 stroker with a Molnar crank and rods. I finally got all the parts for the Trick Flow top end kit. It will be one that I will take to the local cruises and shows. Waiting on the Legendary interior kit now.
Jerry B.
 
Thanks! The cam is a comp solid roller custom grind from Bob Mazzolini. .574 lift 255/262
 

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