The Dodge Coronet Crestwood Wagon 1973 is a classic American station wagon with a long and illustrious history. This vehicle is powered by a 440 engine and is equipped with a four-barrel carburetor for maximum performance. The exterior has a unique design, with the grille featuring a prominent metal crossbar, and the long body boasts a sharp contour along the sides. The grille is finished off with a chrome Coronet badge, whilst chrome-rimmed headlamps and a chrome trim along the roof-line provide additional styling touches. The black steel wheels contrast nicely with the white walls for a classic look. This vehicle has a maximum capacity of 8 passengers, with the backseat featuring an adjustable split-bench design for added flexibility. The interior features an abundance of modern amenities such as air conditioning, power steering, power windows, and an AM/FM radio. The upholstery is plush and comfortable, with a two-tone woodgrain dash that matches the woodgrain trim on the doors. From fast speeds to slow cruises, the Dodge Coronet Crestwood Wagon 1973 is the ultimate way to take a ride into the past.
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