- $84,500 Get Financing
- Seller: cmcatlanta
- Phone: 770-738-7111
Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta is extremely excited to offer this unique Mopar lover's dream! It is a 1965 Hemi Coronet restomod. The build was completed in May of 2020.
It underwent a complete rotisserie restoration including full media blast followed by new lower quarter panels, trunk pan, front floor pans and fenders. The body is laser straight, and solid! It has been repainted in base coat/clear coat black and the interior is chrysler red.
The most compelling thing about this car has to be the 572 inch hemi. It is fully documented in the included binder. The engine builder estimates it to be 750HP at the flywheel. It is a brand new steel block, aluminum Edelbrok hemi heads, magnesium cross ram intake with period correct 770 Holley carbs! Fuel is fed to the hemi via a stealth pump inside the brand new factory fuel tank. In case you are worried about trying to read spark plugs to tune a cross ram with two holley four barrels, the builder installed two wide band O2 sensors, one for each exhaust bank. The exhaust starts with 2" TTI headers and goes back through 3 inch pipes and sounds unbelievable.
Power is sent through a fully rebuilt Torqueflite 727 with billet rotating assembly and then through a Gear Vendors overdrive which is very nice for highway driving given the rear axle is a chrysler 8 ¾ with a Detroit TrueTrac and 4.10 gears (brand new). There's even an indicator light on the shifter console to let you know when the OD is engaged. The switch to engage the OD is a button on the T handle of the Cheetah shifter which is also brand new.
The axle is held to the frame by super stock leaf springs that were moved 3 inches inboard to make room for huge tires. The rear fenders were tubbed as well. Every step was done with painstaking attention to fit and finish. The front suspension is a traditional torsion bar setup with heavy duty, hemi torsion bars, brand new as well! There are adjustable shocks and disc brakes at all four corners. The wheels are 17" vintage five spoke style American Racing mags and there are Mickey Thompson drag radials at the rear to put the horsepower to the street.
The interior is also all new and all custom. The seats are reupholstered bucket seats that came from a 1965 Dodge A100 van. These were the lightest seats available in the 60s and were always used in hemi Coronets. The wiring is brand new and from Painless Wiring. The gauges are all Autometer and placed in a custom instrument panel that is perfectly complemented by the one off Con2R steering wheel. And although nothing can prevent the sound of the 572 hemi from getting inside, the entire floor, roof and doors were lined with Dynamat.
Although this car is not for someone that obsesses about creature comforts, there is a short console with cup holders and a roll bar mounted iphone holder! If you're looking for a naturally aspirated hemi Mopar with unrefined power and a nostalgic blunt force appeal, this is your car