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1969 Dodge Coronet A12 Super Bee Hardtop 440 Six Pack V8 3 Speed Automatic Class

1969 Dodge Coronet A12 Super Bee

Condition: Used
Make: Dodge
Model: Coronet
SubModel: A12 Super Bee
Type: Hardtop
Trim: A12 Super Bee
Year: 1969
Mileage: 10
VIN: WM23M9A270631
Color: Red
Engine: 440 Six Pack V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only
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Description for Dodge Coronet 1969

A big block V8 Mopar is a rare treat, but when you're looking to be a king amongst kings, you need this real-deal numbers-matching 1969 Dodge Coronet A12 Super Bee. Seriously rare (1 of 661) and carrying the famous Six Pack carbs on its 440 V8, you're looking at a restored hardtop that's true muscle car royalty. The A12 was all about speed, so it's on a diet of minimal options to keep the weight down. But you also can...tell they couldn't resist some muscle car flair. The factory-correct Bright Red is a rarer mid-year paint, and so they took the time to give it a nice modern clearcoat respray. That means when you take this out in the sunlight, it has the right shine to highlight the crisp sheetmetal and the seriously sporty rear fenders. And everything from the shine of the bumpers, to the way the door close with authority tell you this one has been given the right investments. But what you really love on this Super Bee it its dark side. The black vinyl roof and Super Bee stripe over the rear are factory-correct, and they have received the right attention so you'll love showcasing them. Plus, this goes well with the black steel wheel with factory hub covers. But the best black element is the hood. It's the special lift-off lightweight unit that the factory gave these A12 cars, and it truly reminds everyone it's a race car for the streets. Even the scoop on top looks like it wants to inhale all other vehicles as it passes them. All the dark elements of the outside are also a nice preview of the factory-correct black interior. You can tell there have been more great investment in this one just by the way the carpeting, door panels, dash, and headliner all have a fresh feeling. And the seats have a crisp presentation with the correct pattern. So you'll happily keep all the windows down on this pillarless hardtop to showcase this interior. This sea of black is tastefully broken up by the wood-like center console and sporty wood-rimmed three-spoke sports steering wheel. Plus, this has the right factory features still on display – from the rally gauge package to the AM radio. Under the beastly hood is the best part of this whole package. It's the original numbers-matching 440 cubic-inch V8 with the legendary Six Pack on top. This is properly done with Hemi Orange paint on the block, valve covers, and air element that correctly seals to the hood. So the appeal of this tidy engine bay goes well beyond the thunderous exhaust note it produces. And as you dig deeper, the best details are correct, too – including the triple set of dual Holley carbs on the Edelbrock hi-rise intake. Mopar had some of the stoutest transmissions around, so the Torqueflite A727 three-speed can handle all this extra muscle. But don't forget this automatic is also nice for cruising. And so is the power steering and power brakes. There's even a limited-slip Dana 60 rear end for great all-around performance. This is the ultimate muscle car that was restored to be the ultimate crown jewel in your garage. So if you demand the best in seriously rare Mopar performance, don't let this opportunity slip by. Call today!!!