Attention All Mopar Enthusiasts 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T This is a "Tribute" Car (Coronet with R/T options and badging when restored) Fresh Restoration (Just Done) One of the Nicest example of what Mopar Muscle should look like From top to bottom, this car is like NEW. Finished in Copper / Burnt Orange with lots of shine over a matching interior... Complimented with a correct Black Vinyl Top and Tail Stripe Just to name a few,,, Built Fresh 440ci V8 727 Automatic High flow performance radiator Console Shifter High Back Bucket Seats New exhaust with correct tips R/T quarter scoops Vinyl Top Lots of pictures so you can judge it yourself, Take notice of how straight the body lines are... Body seams and door edges display workmanship quality throughout. Look under the hood and see the quality of components and assembly. Undercarriage is as nice as topside. Floors, mounts, hardware, nuts and bolts... Impressive! The interior looks as if this Coronet just rolled off the assembly line There's definitely a lot to appreciate on this Coronet! Everything is either New or Reconditioned! Once you get past admiring its looks, start it up! That's where you'll salivate from raw power you can hear and feel. This 440ci V8 delivers on all your senses,,, Love that rumble! We are Proud to offer this quality Mopar and we're sure you will be Proud to own it! Am/Fm Radio, Armrests - Dual Front, Automatic Transmission, Bucket Seats, Center Console Storage, Dome Lamp
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