I bought this '67 Coronet "500" in January of '83 with 68,000 miles on it. It was in "primer" & in need of a lot of care, but rather solid. Mechanically this car was, and is, very sound. I began, but really didn't finish restoration completely in the late 80's, and did have a lot of fun with the car. The car was assembled at the St. Louis plant January 27, 1967. It was sold new at Colerain Dodge as a "Spring Special" in April of 1967. It was a summer version of the "White Hat" Special without the vinyl top. It was an air-conditioned car (rare for that era), has bucket seats and a console. The 727 automatic has been gone through to make it shift a bit better. Other changes include adding a '68 Super Bee intake & 440 AVS carb., Electronic distributor, high volume oil pump, Super Bee exhaust manifolds with 2.5" dual exhaust system, 3.55 limited slip rear gears, pinion snubber, stiffer rear springs,and a few chrome treatments. The car was originally undercoated way too much and weighs 4250 pounds with me in it and the trunk empty.