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    Dodge Coronet (7th gen) 1975-1976

    The Coronet is an automobile that was marketed by Dodge as a full-size car in the 1950s, initially the division's highest trim line but, starting in 1955, the lowest trim line. From the 1965 to 1975 model years the name was on intermediate-sized models. A coronet is a small crown consisting of ornaments fixed on a metal ring.

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    In 1975, the cars received a refreshening with the body appearing squarer and after a four model year absence since the close of the 1970 model year, the Dodge Coronet 2-door model returned for just the 1975 model year only, it also would share a lot in common with the Dodge Charger Sport 2-door model, which would appear for just the following model year only. The front fascia was redesigned with two round dual beam headlights, which was shared with its then-concurrent Plymouth Fury counterpart.

    Dodge Coronet history:
    Dodge Coronet (1st gen) 1949-1952
    Dodge Coronet (2nd gen) 1953-1954
    Dodge Coronet (3rd gen) 1955-1956
    Dodge Coronet (4th gen) 1957-1959
    Dodge Coronet (5th gen) 1965-1970
    Dodge Coronet (6th gen) 1971-1974
    Dodge Coronet (7th gen) 1975-1976

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    1976 was the final model year for the Dodge Coronet, at least so far as the name Coronet went, also its body style choices were relegated to just only two four-door models, the four-door wagon and the four-door sedan. The former Dodge Coronet 2-door model, which appeared for just the previous model year only was replaced by the Dodge Charger Sport 2-door model, which, itself, appeared for only one model year. During the next model year (1977), the mid-size Dodge Coronet would be renamed Monaco, which would be given stacked rectangular headlights and other minor cosmetic changes, that would provide a prompt sales boost, also, during that same model year, the full-size Dodge Monaco would be renamed Dodge Royal Monaco, which would appear for just one model year only and after that, both Dodge and Plymouth (which would include Dodge Royal Monaco's entire Plymouth Gran Fury counterpart line up as well) would discontinue all production of any more full-size models. During the following model year (1978), the mid-size Dodge Monaco (which would include its entire Plymouth Fury counterpart line up as well) would make its final appearance (for all during the remainder of the 1970s).

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