Release by Dodge in the 1950’s, the Coronet was considered a full sized car in a postwar body style. Based off other Dodge brands, the Coronet body style went under consistent changes. With a six cylinder engine and a single barrel carburetor, this model was one of the smoothest running vehicles of the time. During the early 50’s the models didn’t undergo many changes due to Dodge’s focus on manufacturing military vehicles. By the late 50’s and early 60’s, the Coronet received multiple “facelifts” and size changes before Dodge settled on a “deluxe” style. The R/T version was available in a two-door hardtop as well as a convertible. By the late 60’s the style underwent further modifications until the 70’s when the Coronet hit its sixth generation. 1976 was the final year for the Coronet while Dodge moved on to manufacture other models under different brand names.