1966 Dodge Coronet 500. I am the second owner, having owned it since 1980. 361 w/MP intake and carter 4-bbl, console auto, ps, pdb, front sway bar, 3.23 8-3/4" SG, factory tach, woodgrain wheel, clock, gauges, AM, air, heater, 26" HD radiator. Build sheet and fender tag. One of the very first cars that Galen decoded, back in the mid-80s. Low VIN. Really cool history, was a factory show car at the Denver Stapleton Int'l Airport, cover car Oct '85 CC, short blurb in a 1986 issue of Chrysler Power magazine, featured in a 2010 film called "Heaven's Rain". 107K miles. Very fun car! LOTS of pics available to a serious buyer. I found another vehicle I want, so my Coronet is now for sale after 32 years of ownership. Car is stored inside my shop in Oklahoma City. Always garaged, other than my first two years of ownership. It is a very nice older resto (car painted in 1985, engine rebuilt in 1983). Not concours, this is a car you can actually DRIVE and enjoy without worryiing about whether you have date-coded air in the tires! NO trades, cash only.