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Make: Dodge
Model: Coronet
Type: Coupe
Year: 1968
Mileage: 864
VIN: WH23F8G135926
Color: Orange
Engine: 451
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Clarksville, Arkansas, United States

1968 Dodge Coronet Additional Info:

Thank you for looking at my listing. What I have for sale is a very nice 1968 Coronet Superbee restomod. Let me be clear this is not a real Superbee. It is, however, a great looking car built to drive. The 451 roller stroker engine made 550hp on the dyno. It is super reliable and does not get hot even in the Arkansas heat with the A/C blasting. It has been driven approximately 800 miles since restoration in 2014. Clear rock guards have been installed on the rockers and quarters to prevent rock chips. This car has had many modifications to make it easy to drive and very reliable. The motor is the smoothest running engine I've had in a muscle car, and with the EFI it starts up every time with no drama. The specs are as follows:
Full roller 451 Stroker Engine - Custom built by Louie Carbone:

Roller hydraulic cam

Roller rockers

10.2 to 1 compression

Edlebrock aluminum heads

Custom Momar fuel injection system topped by a 1000cfm throttle body

6 quart Hemi oil pan and pick-up

Custom fiberglass air cleaner base with lid painted to match the body

MSD billet distributor

MSD 6AL ignition box

Aluminum water pump housing and high flow water pump

Mopar Performance finned aluminum valve covers

Chrome power steering pump

Custom built 4 core heavy duty aluminum radiator

March Performance billet aluminum serpentine pulley system

Sanderson Headers polished ceramic coated outside and thermal coated inside installed with copper gaskets

2.5” TTI aluminized exhaust with stainless TTI tips

727 automatic transmission with custom torque converter

Balanced drive shaft


Custom 2” drop front spindles

New Just Suspension Polished Stainless Steel upper control arms

New Just Suspension Heavy duty 11/16" tie Rod Ends and Adjusting Sleeves

New Just Suspension Control Arm Bushings

New Just Suspension Strut Rod Bushings

New Just Suspension Pitman Arm for 62-72 B Body

New Just Suspension Idler Arm for 68-72 B Body

1” front sway bar

K-frame was stripped, notched for Hemi pan, re-welded all of the way around and painted before re-installation

Front disc brakes

Hemi rear drum brakes

Edlebrock shocks on all 4 corners

Rear sway bar

Silhouette cut sub-frame connectors welded in place

2” drop leaf springs rear

Totally rebuilt 8 ¾ rear with 3.55 posi


Sound deadening mat installed in the entire cockpit (ceiling, door skins, 1/4s, dash, package tray, floor)

Real “Viper” seats on custom pedestals

Custom sewn rear seats and door panels sewn to match the Viper front seats

New headliner and carpet

Fully restored steering wheel

NEW refurbished “Rare” 150 mph speedo and tach

New stock looking radio with ipod jack

Electric windows

NOS Hurst His/Hers floor shifter

Vintage Heat and Air System


Nitto 555 tires

Front 245-45-17

Rear 295-45-18

Foose Nitrous Legend Wheels

I can trade up or down for the right vehicle, either late model or classic. Please understand I will not be interested in everything.

A little back ground on the car. It was a very dry car that came out of the southwest. It has been painted since 2010 and there is no evidence of rust anywhere. The paint is really strong. I have extensive pictures of all the door jams, gaps, chrome trim, and overall fit and finish of the car. I also have taken a video of the car starting up, running, making the motor sing, demonstrating the lights, heat and air, and wipers all operating. I also have a book and several restoration photos. The car came from the Denver area and was mostly built by Mopar guru Louie Carbone. You can look up his work on the famous Mopar Project Six Pack. I bought car about 85% done. We finished up the interior, installed vintage heat and air, a new quick ratio steering box, completed the interior, and addressed anything else that popped up while driving it. It's the only classic I've owned that does not leak! The new power steering box took care of that 2 years ago. I will be glad to text the vidoes, and email additional pictures. Just ask and provide me your number.

Please understand this car is being sold AS IS. Even though it has had an extensive restoration it is still a 51 year old car built by humans.

I am willing to ship anywhere in the world. Payment is to be in the form of cash in person, cashiers check, or wire transfer. I will not release the car for shipping until funds have cleared my bank.

I reserve the right to end the auction at anytime.

Thank you.