1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee - RED - 'Original Numbers Matching HEMI'

Price: - Item location: Rochester, New York, United States
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Coronet
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 21,893
  • VIN: WM23J9Axxxxxx
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: HEMI 426ci V8
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Red
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1969 Dodge Coronet

  • 1 of 38 4-Speed Manual Transmission
  • Original Numbers Matching 426ci HEMI V8
  • Original Broadcast Sheet
  • Rare #1 Condition Car (Only Super Bee with this color combination)
  • David Wise Inspected
  • Featured in Mopar Muscle Magazine
  • Believed to be 21,893 original miles
  • Red exterior
  • White vinyl top
  • Red interior
  • The only Hemi Super Bee with this exterior/interior color combination
  • Bumper Guard Package
  • Carb Fresh Air Package
  • Ralleye Hemi Suspension
  • Firm ride shock absorbers
  • Power front disc brakes
  • 70 amp/hour battery
  • Console
  • Bucket seats
  • Tachometer
  • AM radio
  • Heater/defroster
  • Super Bee front floor mats
  • Restoration photos and receipts
  • Dodge's Coronet Super Bee was created to take advantage of the budget supercar era launched by the 1968 Plymouth Belvedere-based Road Runner; it gave Dodge's so-called Scat Pack an important vehicle price-wise between the A-body Dart GTS and premium Coronet R/T and top-of-the-line Charger R/T. However, with that stated, Super Bees like the 1969 model offered here were far from budget machines, stickering out closer to R/T territory. Parked during one of the 1970s-era gas crunches and showing 21,887 believed-original miles, this J-code stinger was a car Don Fezell passionately pursued and for good reason. For one, it is equipped with a matching-numbers 426 Hemi engine complete with the Ramcharger twin-scoop fresh-air package. The car also got the Trak Pak option consisting of an A833 4-speed and 3.54:1 Dana 60 differential, plus Hemi equipment like extra-duty suspension parts, power steering and power front disc brakes. But most telling was the stunning level of optioning on this classic muscle car. The interior features red vinyl buckets with center console, factory Hurst wood-knob shifter, padded dash including optional Tic-Toc-Tac, wood-grain applique and 3-spoke steering wheel, and AM radio with rare rear speaker. Moreover, this red interior exactly matches the R6 red exterior, all beautifully complemented by a white vinyl top, white scat stripe and premium chrome trim group. With the 15-inch rims mandated by the Hemi, this car even has body-color steel wheels with poverty-style caps and white-stripe tires. Complete with optional chrome bumper guards, the stunning appearance of the restored car is verified by its original broadcast sheet, and it is presently believed no other 1969 Hemi Super Bee was built with this red/red/white color combination. With Super Bee front floor mats as the final touch, this magazine feature car has been documented from its retrieval through its restoration with extensive receipts and numerous photos. Needing nothing more than this introduction, you will find this very special Dodge will exceed any red-hot Hemi desire.