Over the course of seven generations, Dodge marketed a full-size
automobile named the Coronet and at the time of inception in 1949
was the companys highest trim level, although moved to the lowest
in the 1955-1959 time period. The nameplate "Coronet" is a type of
crown worn by Royalty. The fifth generation would encompass 1965
through 1970 models during the height of the muscle car era as well
as some major milestones for Chrysler during the Nascar wars. The
likes of the SuperBee and Road Runner would be built on the Coronet
platform. Now down to some cool stats on what I think might be the
nicest restored Coronet I have seen here at the shop, not to
mention from the research I have done and others have done, out of
the over 15,000 Coronets produced for 1970, I believe this car to
be one of 55 that was produced with a 383/330 HP V8 engine, 4-speed
and 4-barrel combination. Not to mention the awesome FK5 Burnt
Orange Metallic under White Vinyl which I can find any comps. The
engine is original, the transmission is not original and was not
with the car when the car was picked up at a swap meet years ago.
The mileage of 3000 is post restoration miles that was completed to
a very high level in 2017. The original broadcast sheet is with the
car as well as the original fender tag. The fender tag is in rough
shape but can easily verify info with the broadcast sheet.
Supposedly the rest of the car was remarkably solid and it appears
to be absolutely strait as an arrow. This was a frame off
rotisserie restoration with a changed interior color from Orange to
a much more desirable black and white and the console interior has
been changed to a bench seat. I have a full write up from the
previous seller as well as the numbers gone through. This car is
worthy of serious a collector or just go show off. Furthermore,
this car starts, runs and goes down the road perfectly with power
steering, brakes and disc brakes on all four corners. The underside
is spotless as well. Please give us a call with any questions.
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1970 Dodge Coronet
Exterior Color:Burnt Orange
Interior Color:White and Red
Stock Number:BTC0620 C
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