Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee presents this 1969 Dodge Coronet
R/T. The Coronet name served Dodge dated all the way the back to
1949. When The muscle car ear really started to blow up in the mid
60's, the Coronet was one of the heavy hitters. These cars could be
equipped with giant high-performance engines like the 383, 440 and
the epic 426 Hemi. In 1968 the Coronet, Charger, Roadrunner and GTX
set the bar very high for young buyers looking for something not
stylish, but fast. Very fast! Mopar was notorious for building
muscle cars that stood out in the crowd. These cars were offered in
high impact colors like Sublime, Lemon Twist, Panther Pink and Plum
Crazy just to name a few. Few cars spark more imagination and awe
then the Mopar B-Bodies from 1968, 1969 & 1970! Our featured '69
Coronet R/T is equipped with Mopar's biggest motor available at the
time, the 440ci matched up to a 3-speed torque flight automatic
transmission. Wearing a stunning black paint job with the red
bumble bee stripe, this cool Coronet demands attention at every
traffic light, car show or drag strip! Adding to the tough yet
beautiful look, this Dodge also wears a black vinyl top and black
vinyl seats (bucket seats in front) and black carpet. The vehicle
is also equipped with power steering, power brakes, AM/FM radio,
3-speed windshield wipers, Sunpro tachometer and dual exhaust. This
vehicle is 1 of only 4810 Coronet R/Ts built with a 440 and
automatic transmission. This car sitting on BF Goodrich Radial T/A
tires (P215/70R15 Front and P275/60R15 Rear) mated to custom made
steel wheels with Dodge dog dish hub caps. Own a piece of Mopar
history with this stunning 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T!
1969 Dodge Coronet
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