NOT MINE 1975 Dodge Monaco Royal Monaco Station Wagon - $5,000 - Knoxville, Tennessee

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1975 Dodge Monaco Royal Monaco Station Wagon - $5,000 - Knoxville, Tennessee

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VIN : DH46M5D2286667
1975 Dodge Royal Monaco Wagon
Located in Knoxville TN
400 Engine
Automatic
3 row seats

Awesome patina.
The engine bay looks incredibly original.
It has the original Fender tag and owners manual, along with numerous stickers around to speak to originality.
Recent tuneup on it (plugs, wires, cap, rotor, etc).
All new front disc brake lines and hardware.
Newer tires with repainted rims to match the body.
99% complete car.
All the seats are in good shape for the most part. Front bench has the most wear as seen in the photos.
All rear seats fold flat as they should.
Original spare tire cover in rear.
It has the third row facing backwards.
Electric headlight doors operate.
Original AC stuff is all there, but I haven’t tested it.
Headliners coming down in the middle of the car and towards the rear But it is likely original.
All glass is good.
Tires are pretty new with repainted rims to match the car.
Some rust in rear bottom quarters but overall pretty solid.
Rear fiberglass spoiler and roof rack is still there.
I haven’t had the time to go through it and make it road worthy to my standard. I've lot driven it but not on the open road, as I wanted to get a new carb fist but didn’t get around to it. Too many toys and I need to sell some toys so it’s gotta go.
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Interior wasn’t cleaned prior to photos.

It starts well with starting fluid, but the carburetors tired and probably needs a rebuild. A new OEM rebuilt carb from rock auto is like $200. (There may be some vacuum line leaks lurking too as it has all the emissions lines still hooked up and many look original). It should be able to get onto a trailer fine after being warmed up.


I was told by the previous owner that it may need wheel bearings, as the shop he went to supposedly installed new ones but he heard a sound when driving and suspected them to be the root cause. I haven’t driven it myself on city roads, so I don’t know. I’m just passing along the info. But he did drive the car a bit before and after having the work done so I’d imagine it will be a minor fix.


Tons more photos available.
Clean title in my name.
Located in Knoxville TN.
Feel free to call me at (805) 405-0765
$500 non refundable deposit due upon purchase.
 
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