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Dodge Coronet. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! Dodge Coronet 500 Station Wagon (1968) Has a two-way tailgate. A magic window that cleans itself. And a price that lets you put on air. Priced just about enough below comparably equipped Impala and Galaxie 500 wagons to let you start thinking about optional Airtemp air conditioning. Chrysler Motors Corporation. Coronet Brougham (1971) You're a four-door sedan man? And you've been looking for one you like? Then here it is. Drawing by Kraus reprinted from The New Yorker Magazine, 1964. It's a lot of car for the money, assuming you want a lot of car and have the money. Dodge Coronet Station Wagon (1971) Question: If our wagons have the style, the space, and the features you want, why pay more? The great looking wagon priced right in between the too smalls and the too expensives. (1949) See the daring new cars for today's Bigger, Taller, More Active Americans! When Army physical exams revealed that our wartime generation was far bigger, taller and more active, our engineers started planning this great new car! With Gyro-Matic transmission, frees you from shifting. The Coronet was a full-size car from Dodge in the 1950s, initially the division's highest trim line but, starting in 1955, the lowest trim line. In the 1960s, the name was transferred to Dodge's mid-size entry. Manufacturer: Chrysler Corporation. Production: 1949-1976. Successor: Dodge Monaco (Downsized). Enjoy these vintage ads for Dodge Coronet while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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