1965 - 1970 Dodge Coronet Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
The Coronet was an automobile that was marketed by Dodge as a full-size car in the 1950s. A coronet is a small crown consisting of ornaments fixed on a metal ring. The Dodge Coronet was Dodge’s entry into the midsize segment. The Dodge Coronet was introduced with the division's first postwar body styles. The Coronet was totally redesigned in 1953. It gained an optional 241 cu in (3.9 L) "Red Ram" Hemi Engine and set over 100 land speed records at the Bonneville Salt Flats. The direction was somehow given for the future models to come. The Coronet disappeared between 1959 and 1965. It reappeared in 1965 model year as the intermediate sized B-body using a 117-inch wheelbase. For 1965, Dodge sold slightly over 209,000 units, making the Coronet the most popular model sold by Dodge that year. Trim levels initially were base Coronet including a Deluxe version, Coronet 440 and Coronet 500. The 440 designation did not indicate engine displacement as commonly assumed (both then and now, which helped sales to an extent). The top of the Coronet line-up was the Coronet 500 and was available only as a two-door hardtop or convertible, and later as a coupe. With R/T trim, and packing some serious power, the Coronet was a true muscle car sleeper. Coronet sales still easily trounced Charger sales, even in the Charger’s best years; the Charger would only have its revenge years later, as resale prices turned out to be insanely high.
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