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1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee 2 Dorr Hardtop

1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee Hardtop 2-Door

Condition: Used
Make: Dodge
Model: Coronet
Type: Hardtop
Trim: Super Bee Hardtop 2-Door
Year: 1969
Mileage: NA
Color: Red
Engine: 7.2L 7211CC 440Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: U/K
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: South San Francisco, California, United States
Extras
Air grabber, Side scoops, Power steering, AM Radio
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Description for Dodge Coronet 1969

This car has a 440 that runs fairly well but has a lifter tick and blow by. Paint shines pretty good, has typical scratches/dings. There are a few small bubbles in the low quarter panels, but I put POR-15 on the inside and they haven’t gotten bigger. It has a tick-toc tach and all gauges work well (except gas gauge due to the repro sending unit). AM Radio, heater, fan, wipers, etc all work. The 727 shifts well. This car has power steering, manual brakes, bucket seats, air grabber, and a 8 ¾ inch 3.23 open rear end. It appears the original dash of the car was swapped out with a dash from a Super Bee post car. The VIN on fender tag and radiator support both match and is the true VIN to this car. There is not a VIN on the trunk lip. Please ask any questions before bidding.

Fender Tag:

10130 193878 9A194205

926 593 093

8X N96

R6 R6 H2X X9

WM23 E63 D32 C17 220534

VIN on fender tag and radiator support: WM23H9A194205

VIN on dash tag: WM21H9A233647 (the car is registered with this VIN)

Bigger things I’ve done to the car:

New torsion bars: 0.92”

Firm Feel rebuilt steering box level 2

Complete front steering/suspension

New H-pipe exhaust w/ correct stainless tips

Upgrade to MOPAR electronic ignition (orange box)

Gauges rebuilt at Redline Gauge Works

New bumpers

Rebuilt 3 speed wiper motor

Legendary Interior, carpet and repro pebble grain dash

Rubber (bumpers, windows, etc)

Too many other small things to list.

On Feb-27-17 at 22:32:52 PST, seller added the following information:

This car has a 440 that runs fairly well but has a lifter tick and blow by. Paint shines pretty good, has typical scratches/dings. There are a few small bubbles in the low quarter panels, but I put POR-15 on the inside and they haven’t gotten bigger. It has a tick-toc tach and all gauges work (except gas gauge due to the repro sending unit). AM Radio, heater, fan, wipers, etc all work. The 727 shifts well. This car has power steering, manual brakes, bucket seats, air grabber, and an 8 ¾ inch 3.23 open rear end. It appears the original dash of the car was swapped out with a dash from a Super Bee post car. The VIN on fender tag and radiator support both match and is the true VIN to this car. There is not a VIN on the trunk lip. Please ask any questions before bidding.

Fender Tag:

10130 193878 9A194205

926 593 093

8X N96

R6 R6 H2X X9

WM23 E63 D32 C17 220534

VIN on fender tag and radiator support: WM23H9A194205

VIN on dash tag: WM21H9A233647 (the car is registered with this VIN)

Bigger things I’ve done to the car:

New torsion bars: 0.92”

Firm Feel rebuilt steering box level 2

Complete front steering/suspension

New H-pipe exhaust w/ correct stainless tips

Upgrade to MOPAR electronic ignition (orange box and distributor)

Gauges rebuilt at Redline Gauge Works

New bumpers

Rebuilt 3 speed wiper motor

Legendary Interior, carpet and repro pebble grain dash

Rubber (bumpers, windows, etc)

New gas tank and 3/8 fuel line

Too many other small things to list.

Miscellaneous:

The paint is at least 12 years old

Non-original 440. Has 906 heads, Carter 4BBL carb. and Chrysler HP cast iron exhaust manifolds.

The 727 AT is probably not original to the car.

Headliner is in decent shape.