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1957 Dodge Coronet

Sale price: $10,000.00 make an offer

Car location: Bee Spring, Kentucky, United States

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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1957 Dodge Coronet for sale

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Checkout this 1957 Dodge Coronet! 

Beautiful paint and great body lines! 

Still has the factory clear seat covers!


Ready for car shows or cruising!  

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325 Cubic Inch

2 Barrell Carb

245 Horsepower

Single Exhaust

Pushbutton Automatic Transmission

Power Steering

Power Drum Brakes

Original Generator 

Original Air Cleaner Assembly

Original Radiator

Original Distributor

Original Carb

Windshield Washers

AM Pushbutton Radio

Fender Mount Antennae

Factory Gauges

Day/Night Rear View Mirror

Vinyl Flooring

Full Wheel Covers

Coker Wide Whitewall Radial Tires

Original Spare tire and Jack

Dual Horns

Dealer Installed Clear Seat Covers 

The 1957 model year debuted a new D-501, which replaced the D-500 from the year before as the top Coronet. The D-501 received Chrysler's proven 354 cu in (5.8 L) Hemi V8, which were actually leftover engines from the 1956 Chrysler 300B production. Camshafts from the 1957 Chrysler 392 cu in (6.4 L) engines were installed in the 354 cu in (5.8 L) V8s. A pair of Carter four-barrel carburetors fed the 10.0:1 compression ratio to produce 340 bhp (250 kW), shared with the DeSoto Adventurer and the Chrysler 300C. Other changes included the addition of the Torsion-Aire Ride (torsion bar) front suspension and a heavy-duty suspension with heavy-duty shock absorbers and a heavy-duty leaf-sprung rear. A 3.73:1 rear axle was standard with the three-speed manual transmission and automatic cars included a 3.18:1 rear axle. There were 13 optional rear axles available, ranging from 2.92:1 through 6.17:1. The D-501 received 7.60x15 tires on 15x8-inch wheels. Brakes were 12-inch (300 mm) diameter drums. Only 101 D-501s were produced. A padded dash was optional.In the September 1957 issue of Popular Mechanics, owners of both the Coronet six-cylinder and eight-cylinder were surveyed.  Many people (37.6% of I6 owners and 34.8% of V8 owners) complained that there were too many water leaks. When PM tested a V8 Coronet for water resistance, water got into the engine and pooled in "two spark plug wells" which had to be siphoned out before the engine could run with all cylinders again. However, many did like the exterior styling and the ride comfort. 0-60 mph on 90 octane gasoline was 12.3 seconds. -WIKIPEDIA

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