1949-1952 Dodge Coronet
The Dodge Coronet was introduced at 1949 with the first postwar body styles division. 1949 Dodge Coronet lower trim were the Meadowbrook and Wayfarer. 1949 Dodge Coronet powered by 103 horsepower (77 kW) (gross), result from flat-head straight six cylinder 230-cubic-inch engine and matched with a Stromberg carburetor. The standard 1949 Dodge Coronet was a six-cylinder engine and could power the car to 90 miles per hour (140 km/h)+ with smooth running. 1949-1952 Dodge Coronet limited production model was an eight passenger limousine, four-door, and an extended version. 1949-1952 Dodge Coronet main features was a foot pedal on the floor operated three speed fluid-driven transmission with required no shifter.
The Dodge received a facelift for 1950 Dodge, but like previous model, Dodge still devided into Meadowbrook, Wayfarer and Dodge Coronet lines. 1950 Dodge Coronet models can be marked by the new 3 heavy horizontal bars grille design. The lower and upper bars formed an oblong shape style. 1950 Dodge Coronet with oblong grille was a large chrome plaque in the center bearing the Dodge crest and a thick center bar with parking lights on each end.
1951 Dodge remained virtually unchanged and still divided into Meadowbrook, Wayfarer and 1951 Dodge Coronet lines. The grille of the 1951 Dodge Coronet and 1952 Dodge Coronet model was similar shape to the 1950 grille, but with the addition of six vents running horizontally between center bars and the top, and the elimination of the thick vertical center bar to made a new look. The 1952 Dodge Coronet Diplomat was the first convertible-hardtop, featuring with no pillar steel roof styled, circular spreedometer, and rectangle gauges.
1949-1952 Dodge Coronet Station Wagon Picture
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