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Nearly one right after the other came these two big-block Dodge Coronet project cars, which means you get a choice for your Hemmings Find of the Day today: a 1965 Dodge Coronet 500 or a 1968 Dodge Coronet R/T. From the R/T seller’s description:
All of the pieces are here to build your dream muscle car! This 1968 Dodge Coronet R/T is a perfect project: a 440 big-block with bucket seats and automatic transmission. The vehicle is equipped with the rare combination of metallic light blue paint, light blue interior and white bumble bee stripes. This car has as solid a body as you will find, with very little rust from a life spent in the desert West. Nearly complete set of restoration components are included, purchased from Year One, including seat upholstery, headliner, package tray, door panels, decals, and much more. Too many projects and too few garage spaces!
And from the 500 seller’s description:
1965 Dodge Coronet 500, 426/365 HP Wedge four-speed original engine needs to be assembled. Good rust-free body, needs paint. Interior is all original, should be redone. Bucket seats and console. This is a complete car that had the engine disassembled a few years ago. It just needs some money spent on it to make a super nice car. Priced to sell. Not many of these were ever made, only about 180 or so. Colorado car originally.
So which one would you take home to finish?
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