Saturday, June 7, 2014

15k: Pink Panzer: 1959 Dodge Coronet Hardtop

You are probably more familiar with the mid-sized 60s version, but the Coronet name was originally used in 1949 by Chrysler as the Dodge division's first post war design product offering.  The full-sized Coronet survived until 1959 by which time it had become a giant tank sized tribute to chrome, tail-fins and body-roll.  Find this 1959 Dodge Coronet Hardtop currently bidding for $13,099 via ebay, located in Cottage Grove, WI with less than 1 day to go.

This pink accented classic isn't going to appeal to everyone, but that doesn't stop the seller from saying he has an out of ebay buy-it-now price of $27k...but the car is selling for no reserve, so you could get a deal. However, it is important to point out that car sales on ebay motors are non-binding per ebay's user policy.  You may be the highest bidder when the gavel hits electrons in this auction, but I wouldn't count on walking away with this thing at $10k less than what the seller could happen...just not likely.

The inside of this Coronet has been customize with some seriously bright pink accents - which isn't going to get too many buyers excited about it.

 See bigger pink tail fins?

1 comment:

  1. Jumping Pink Jesus.why destroy the interor of this with some sort of uber Liberace nod of the bewigged cranium? What gets into people?

    I would buy this model had it had its OEM interior. Other than that.Brng A Poodle Skirt


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