1968 Dodge Coronet Hemi Convertible – 9 Made
1968 as a model year saw a major redesign of the whole Dodge mid-size lineup, including their muscle car offerings. The Charger got its famous Coke bottle shape and the Coronet got new sheet metal. For those who wanted more out of a regular Coronet, Dodge prepared a great-looking convertible with a 426 Hemi as an option. Only nine people decided to purchase this rare, powerful cruiser (via Street Muscle Mag).
What was the reason for such low production? It was due to the fact that even though the mainstream Coronet offerings were popular, the unique models were expensive and rarely seen. Most customers opted for 383 or 440 models, which provided enough power but without the high price tag. However, only a handful chose the Hemi and the even rarer convertible.