Having recently covered the Arizona collector car auctions, one might have believed our taste for muscle cars would be sated by now. But then something fun and outrageous and oh -so-American pops up to show us why we fell in love with those beasts in the first place. It's a 1966 Dodge Coronet Wagon. It's powered by a 440 Magnum Six Pack manipulated through a Hemi 4-speed and routed through a Hemi Dana 90 rear end. Now, we know this isn't a numbers matching, all-original, ultra-rare option code vehicle. In fact, we know for a fact that the factory never even built one of these.

No, this is what happens when an enterprising soul has a totaled '70 Challenger sitting around with an intact drivetrain and a spare '66 Coronet Wagon waiting for a Mopar upgrade. Total wolf in sheep's clothing here. The body looks straight and clean and so does the interior. But when you twist the key, 60 is just over 5 seconds away. The first person to pony up $19,000 gets this sleeper, and for an extra $500, the seller even promises to deliver it within 600 miles of his Georgia home. It's eBay item number 130077506291, and there are still 2 days left to make it your own.

Thanks for the tip, Mike!

[Source: eBay]

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