1966 Dodge Coronet

Vehicle: 1966 Dodge Coronet
Owner: Hans VanderMeer, Jr.
Engine: Chrysler RB 440 Big Block
Features: Demon 850 carburetor; Torqueflite 727 Transmission; Custom bodywork and paint; Custom-built air box

Comments:
“66 Dodge Coronet. Custom bodywork and paint job done by myself. Smoothed out bumpers. Ford 9”. Wilwood disc brakes, Custom built air box topped off with a air cleaner from Summit. Demon 850 carbon. 727 Torqueflite trans with stage 2 shift kit. 500hp 440 with a high rise intake. Wheels off of a 92 IROC┬áZ powdercoated black and pinstriped by myself. Black interior with buckets and center console with a quick silver shifter from Summit as well.”

Car Facts:
Dodge redesigned the Coronet in 1966 and introduced a 4-door model to the typically 2-door B-Body car. The redesign complemented the 1966 Dodge Charger Fastback, and Dodge added a Deluxe trim to the Coronet.

Dodge introduced a 426 Street Hemi V8 in 1966, though only 732 were reportedly built.

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