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1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee 440 Six Pack Hardtop 1969 Super Bee 440 Six Pack

Make: Dodge
Model: Coronet
Trim: Super Bee 440 Six Pack
Doors: 2 Doors
Year: 1969
Mileage: 1398
VIN: WM23H9G106959
Color: Blue
Engine: 440 Six Pack V8
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee 440 Six Pack Additional Info:

Expertly restored, exceptionally mean-looking, and upgraded for serious power, this is exactly everything you want in a rare Mopar. So when you're ready for true muscle car distinction, it's time to step up to this 1969 Dodge Super Bee 440 Six Pack. The Chrysler B-bodies were the meanest street machines. You see it immediately on this one because the metallic blue was applied less than 1,400 miles ago. It has a terrific modern clearcoat and a deep shine that highlights all the well-defined creases of this Super Bee's broad shoulders. It gets all of the performance pieces right, with the big scoops on the hood, more on each rear fender, hood pins, and a genuine set of Mag wheels. And everyone loves the look of the iconic stripe package wrapping around the rear. But this one also has a premium side. The black vinyl roof looks terrific, and the bumpers look freshly re-dipped. These chrome kings look like the huge grin of a man who knows he can beat up every last person in the joint, but he'd rather just enjoy his beverage... for now. A classic always looks great when the roof color is also a preview of the interior color. You paid plenty more for a Super Bee, and so the upscale bucket seat interior looks great thanks to the right investments during restoration. It looks fantastically correct, right down to the AM radio with 8-track (there's also an AM/FM/CD stereo already mounted in the glovebox.) This presentation combines with the big Dodge's generous interior space to make it great for family and friends. But you're the one who's always the most important in this hardtop, and the features prove it. The black vinyl's darkness is broken up by plenty of wood-like paneling on the center console, steering wheel, and iconic pistol grip gearshift. That last one goes particularly well with the Rallye instrument cluster with large tach sitting prominently in the center. This is a real-deal Super Bee, and it was upgraded during the restoration to be the ultimate muscle machine. So when you lift the hood, there is plenty of orange radiating out to tell you this is the mightiest Mopar of them all. This is a period-correct 440 cubic-inch V8 with the triple-deuce carb "Six Pack". This is a true Dodge legend, so they made sure to go all-out when building this beast. The whole engine bay has a very tidy presentation so that nothing gets in the way of people seeing the massive air grabber and the big block that fills all the space between the fenders. You are in complete control of this massive V8 and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. And because this has great driving features like power steering, a thick front sway bar, and front disc brakes, it's easy to show off this freshly restored Super Bee everywhere. This is the sharp-looking and sharp-driving serious muscle machine. Don't let something this complete and desirable slip away, call today!!!