Less than 100 miles on the rebuilt 1969 383 hp engine and 727
transmission. Factory power front disc brakes were added and the
complete brake system was gone through. Rear end was rebuilt.
Magnum 500 style rims were added with BF Goodrich tires. Factory
air conditioning system was recently replaced with the much more
efficient Vintage Air air conditioning system. Factory AM radio is
currently not working.
Medium turquoise metallic paint was done quite a long time ago but
still shows well with some flaws (see pics). Black vinyl interior
is clean. The car runs and drives great.
Trim tag decode:
CAR: Dodge Coronet 440 2 Door Hardtop
ENGINE: 383cid 2-bbl V8
TRANSMISSION: 3-Speed Automatic
TIRES: 7.75x14 White Sidewall
MODEL YEAR: 1968
BUILD DATE: December 02.
AXLE: Unknown Axle Code
INTERIOR: White on Tan Interior.
OTHER: Medium Dark Turquoise Metallic (Dodge), Surf Turqoise
Metallic (Plymouth) Upper Door Frame Color. Unknown Color Racing
14: Sill Mouldings
25: Drip Rail Mouldings
30: Body Belt Mouldings
78: Wheel Lip Mouldings
A1: 26in Radiator
C4: Unknown Option
H1: Power Brakes
P6: Rear Seat Speaker
R1: AM Radio
S1: Air Conditioning
X1: Tinted Glass (all)
Y7: White Vinyl Top
h7: Fender or Hood Mounted Turn Signal Indicators
u1: Sold Car When Built (Somebody Ordered It)
1968 Dodge Coronet 440
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