"The Coronet was completely reskinned in 1970, which included a
bold new face with twin-snorkel grilles, each side rimmed by its
own chrome bumper. With the headlights peering out, it looks like
someone looking through binoculars. The body extended down the
center between the twin grilles. It was all molded smoothly
together, helping to streamline the somewhat boxy body." -
This 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T Clone although not a factory R/T is a
number's matching Coronet 500 Convertible with original 383 cubic
inch motor mated to the 3 speed 727 Torqueflite automatic
This 1970 Coronet Convertible is finished in its original color of
Dark Burnt Orange Metallic, with a black interior, a white
convertible power top and white bumble bee stripe. The Mopar engine
starts and runs well. The car looks great while cruising or just
while sitting still on its Cooper tires with Cragar wheels.
This Dodge Coronet R/T Clone is the epitome of a 70's muscle car
that has great sound, power, and is fun to drive.
If you would like to learn more about this vehicle, please contact
us at Legendary Motors LLC.
W - Dodge Coronet
P - Premium
27 - 2-door Convertible
N - 8cyl, 383ci, 4-barrel carb
0 - 1970
G - Saint Louis, MO
165887 - Production Number
2468130 - 11
Vin located on front passenger side, just above oil pan.
Chrysler A-727 (3-Speed Automatic)
"Mopar 727" "TorqueFlite"
Vin located on front passenger side, middle.
PK3410668L 2972 6996
PK = Plant Kokomo, Indiana
3410668L = 1970 8cyl, 383ci, 4bc
2972 = Assembled September 16th, 1969
6996th transmission assembled that day
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