Dodge Coronet RT 1967 - 1968 Emblem Novelty License Plate
1967 - 1968 Dodge Coronet RT Emblem Novelty License Plate
Dodge, despite its monster Hemi, had fallen behind in the muscle car image race: The Coronet 500 name didn’t have the requisite sizzle, despite crisp new lines for 1966. Meant to convey the impression of a dual-purpose performance machine (for Road and Track), the Coronet R/T was available only as a full-on performance car–fast engines, cop-car suspension, a 150 MPH speedo, and no nonsense. The R/T version was introduced as two door hardtop version, and a 2 door convertible. Standard engine was Chrysler's largest, the 440-cid V-8, it was tweaked to 375 bhp and christened the Magnum. The only engine option was the 426-cid Hemi, now in its second year in "Street" trim and again rated at 425 bhp. The R/T version sold well - over 10,000 examples were produced. The 440 cubic-inch V8 engine was capable of propelling the car from zero to sixty in seven seconds.
Perfect for all car enthusiasts that want to enhance the front look of their 1967 - 1968 Dodge Coronet RT. These Novelty License Plates look great on the front of the car or a wall at home, garage, office, workshop, Man cave, private roadways or anywhere you feel you deserve a special deco spot. This is the ideal gift for any car enthusiast.
Available in: Top Banana, Black Velvet, Bright Blue, Dark Burnt Orange, Dark Blue, Dark Green, Go Mango, Gray, Light Blue, Panther Pink, Plum Crazy, Red, Sublime and White
Made of .032 Aluminum
6" x 12" (153 x 306 mm) standard automotive license plate size
4 holes for easy mounting
UV protected for outdoor use and durability
Made in USA
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