A Rare “Little Crown”

We revisit the Dodge Coronet’s five generations of designs from time to time and the jury is still out on the best model year during its nearly 20-year run. When it was introduced in 1949, it was available as a two-door club coupe and convertible, a four-door sedan and a four-door station wagon. Several redesigns later and the name was retired in 1959. It made its return in ’65 as a mid-sized B-body and dominated the industry. By ’67, big blocks were added and the lineup included a 383 two-barrel or four-barrel, a 440 Magnum and a 426 HEMI® engine. With so many trim options and other details to choose from, many of the Coronets that survived until today have a combination that was one of very few. That’s why we love to see every 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T 426 HEMI Convertible survivor. What generation of the Coronet did you like the most?