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Paint by Erik Solorio | The Minister's 1965 Dodge Coronet
A nice, custom 1965 Dodge Coronet with shaved doors, tubbed rear end and a lot of other custom bits. Paint by Erik Solorio, Hollister, California.
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The Minister’s `65 Dodge Coronet

Lou’s official title is “Minister of War and Finance”… we know it’s true because it says so on his business card and business cards don’t lie.

So anyway, this is one of The Minister’s latest projects. It’s a 1965 Dodge Coronet and contrary to the habits of most Mopar guys, The Minister went about doing a lot of custom bits to make this car special. Everything from the shaved exterior to the full on red leather interior is special for this car.

In the year that has passed since the car was finished, it’s already undergoing some changes and will be relaunched next Summer perhaps. Or maybe not… We’ll just see.