1970 DODGE CORONET
HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER BODY STYLE
SUPERBEE TRIBUTE COUPE
ONLY ABOUT 80K MILES SINCE NEW
The Coronet moniker was produced in many body styles by Dodge. Hard to find a two door hardtop and this one is ready for its new owner.
Decals added as a tribute to the Superbee. Upgraded engine and original interior. One of my favorite color combinations.
Older repaint in the original Jamaican Blue Metallic. Paint has some chips and wear, but it is in good condition. Original Blue vinyl interior
except new front seat cover and headliner. Original door panels and dash. (New correct replacement door panels on order).
Original Black vinyl top in excellent condition. Originally a 318 V-8 car, the engine was upgraded with a rebuilt 1973 440 V-8 with 4BBL carb. Original rebuilt 727 transmission
and 8 3/4 rear end. Newer dual exhaust. Power steering and brakes. Original AM radio - new hidden AM/FM/MP3 stereo. New white letter radials and Cragar chrome wheels.
FEATURES AND OPTION INFORMATION
100% laser straight body panels
Older dual stage repaint in correct Jamaican Blue Metallic
Excellent new Black bench seat interior
Blue vinyl interior, headliner & door panels
Great chrome and soft trim throughout
Rebuilt 440 V-8 with 4BBL
Factory 727 automatic transmission
Power steering and brakes
Original factory radio
New Cragar chrome wheels & newer white letter radials
BELIEVED DRIVEN ONLY 80K MILES SINCE NEW
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