Toplesss Tuesdayz: 1967 and 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T Hemi

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‘R/T Hemi Coronet was powered by Mopar’s most prominent engine to date. 1967 was the first year Dodge Coronet offered the R/T package. Standard engine was Magnum 440ci with up to 375 hp, but there was an optional choice. The 426ci Hemi with 425 hp. It was an expensive upgrade which pushed the price tag into luxury land and only three Coronet convertibles were ordered with this setup. R/T two-door hardtop convertible would return in 1970 for another spin after the recent makeover. Two additional models were ordered pushing the total production numbers to 5. In addition, there were 5 Dodge Coronet R/T Triple White convertibles for the Canadian market. They were promotional copies fitted with the 440ci Magnum engine and the Super Bee emblem.’

- Autowise, 10/25/2019 & Photo from Autowise

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