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1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee 2-Door Hardtop - 440 Six Pack - One of 1,072 Produced - Same owner since 1981 - Sublime (code FJ5) Paint Color (Please note: If you happen to be viewing this vehicle on a website other than our main website, its possible that only some of our many photographs of this car are not presented due to website limitations. To be sure you access all the photographs, please go to our main website: Garage Kept Motors.) Garage Kept Motors is honored to represent such a cool 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee for consideration. This is a true, numbers matching 440 Six Pack car wearing the correct Sublime paint color. The original owner of the car owned a Chrysler Dealership in Dearborn, Michigan. He ordered the car new as he preferred the 440 Six Pack to the problematic Hemi. The vehicle sat in the corner of his building through the late 70s. Our client then purchased the car in 1981. It has been owned and cared for like the prized possession it is, garnishing awards and trophies at multiple high end shows. Our client drove only 6,384 miles in 39 years of ownership. As stated above, the car is finished in original Sublime (code FJ5) color paint with the Fresh Air Hood (code N96) ordered option. It remains in remarkable condition. The roof color is also FJ5 Sublime over a high trim grade Black Vinyl (code H2X9) interior, which includes rare factory headrests. And what a powerplant it is under the hood! This beautiful MOPAR is powered by the coveted 440ci/390 3x2bbl V8 engine, more commonly known as the 440 Six-Pack. All numbers match; it is original to the car. These motors were often preferred to the Hemis for being more robust and more reliable. The 727 TorqueFlite Automatic transmission is also original to the car. There are five different locations where the VIN has been verify: on top of the dashboard, on the motor, transmission passenger side, behind the radiator support member, and under the weather stripping on drivers side trunk rail. The block casting number is 2536430, which designates a 1970 build date. The car runs and drives incredibly well, and sounds phenomenal doing it. Be sure to check out the video. Our client purchased the car with the chrome Cragar Mags but added a stainless steel exhaust system with side cut-outs. They make this beefy car sound even more exciting. The car was undercoated right after purchase as that was common practice for the era. On the Super Bee registry, the car is listed as number one on the list. Furthermore, this car was professionally photographed and featured in the Snap-On Tools Classic Car calendar for April. It has also won best B-Body at the Gilmore Car Museum MOPAR Show. If desired, the original Good Year Polyglas F70-14 tires can accompany the sale. In summary, what we have here is an awesome MOPAR with all known ownership history, and is one of only 1,072 produced. This is an amazing collector car at a more than fair price point considering whats mentioned above. Be sure to check out all the photos and video on our main website: Garage Kept Motors. Call if interested or e-mail with any questions. Thank you for looking. VIN Decoder: W - Car Line: Dodge Coronet, Dodge Charger (1971) M - Price Class: Medium (WM - B-Body: Dodge Coronet Super Bee 1969-1970) 23 - Body Type: Two-Door Hardtop V - Engine: 440 3-2bbl V8 0 - Year: 1970 A - Assembly Plant: Lynch Road, MI 125811 - Production Sequence Fender Tag Decoder: E87: 440-6 Barrel High Performance D32: HD A-727 TorqueFlite Transmission WM23: Dodge Coronet 2-Door Hardtop V0A: 440 390HP 3-2 bbl 8-Cylinder, 1970, Lynch Road, MI 125811:Production Sequence FJ5: Sublime (Body Color) H2X9: High Trim Grade, Vinyl Bench, Black (Interior) TX9: Black Upper Door Frame 917: August 17, 1969 Build Date 023127: Order Number FJ5: Sublime (Roof Color) N96: Fresh Air Hood 26: 26-inch Radiator
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