1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

$64,900

1969 Dodge Coronet
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Body Color
Red
Stock
21KCC181
Vin
WM21H9A239269
Miles
99,981
Engine Size
440 Six Pack V8
Transmission Type
Automatic
Body Color
Red
Stock
21KCC181
Vin
WM21H9A239269
Miles
99,981
Engine Size
440 Six Pack V8
Transmission Type
Automatic

MOPAR Power

Red
Black
440 Six Pack V8
Automatic

1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

- Red over Black with Black Hood
- 440 6 Pack V8, Professionally Tuned
- Rebuilt Trans with 3500 Stall
- Edelbrock Heads
- Fast and Mean

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“The 1969 Dodge Coronet Was Classic Muscle” – MotorCities.org, December 2016

The website went on with Coronet Super Bee facts: "The Dodge Coronet… 'Super Bee'… was a surprise winner within the consumer market.... The Coronet 440 series was a No. 1 seller among the 1969 Dodge lineup…. The Super Bee models also offered special body features such as a stylish racing-type fiberglass hood panel, with a functional hood scoop and a great looking six-pack logo which gave the model that high performance racing design…. The Coronet Super Bee was easily identifiable by the racing stripes that had wrapped around the tail section of the rear end which most consumers thoroughly enjoyed.... Collectible Automobile magazine had once stated of the 1969 Coronet, 'The car was an instant hit. Dodge performance fans begged dealers for it and by the spring of 1968, they got it.'”

Offered here in bright red with a black vinyl top and matte-black hood over black, is an exceptionally well-maintained, beautifully refreshed-condition '69 Dodge Coronet Super Bee with the highly desirable 440 Magnum Six-Pack V8. The current odometer reading is 99,981 miles, or just under 2,000 miles per-year on average since new. In every respect, the car's appearance and condition is virtually showroom new; this is pure American Muscle.

The exterior bright red non-metallic paint is the original color and was an excellent choice to highlight the attractive mid-size body and especially its nicely sculpted, twin-brake-cooling-scoop flanks. The refreshed application resulted in a perfect, evenly glossy finish across the entire car. (To best assess the quality of the paint and trim finishes, be sure to view the close-up photographs of the car in the accompanying gallery.) There is no damage to the sheet metal; no dings , dents, or abrasions. All the tasteful chrome trim is in virtually flawless condition, as are the bumpers. The blackout front grille is complemented with a similarly styled taillight treatment on the rear deck. Super Bee graphics are in place on both the car's flanks with black stripes across the rear deck. A Super Bee emblem is prominent on the driver's side of the front grille with another emblem on the rear deck. Cabin glass is clear and undamaged; lighting lenses (including the yellow driving lights) are free of cracks. Polished CenterLine® wheels are mounted with Mickey Thompson® performance tires.

Inside, vertically pleated black-vinyl upholstery on the front split-bench and rear bench seats shows virtually no wear or other faults. (The rear bench seat has been removed to allow for the installation of a padded roll bar, but is included in the sale.) Black carpeting covers the floors with embroidered Super Bee protective carpet mats in place. A Dodge Division logo is embossed on the nicely trimmed black door panels (also free of damage or wear indications). The black dash features a 150-mph speedometer, engine-monitoring gauges, and an analog clock-tach combination arranged horizontally. A SunPro® Super Tach II 8,000-rpm tachometer is mounted on the steering column and auxiliary oil pressure and digital coolant temperature gauges are mounted below the dash. The stock black 3-spoke steering wheel center-cap shows the Dodge Division logo, and the automatic-transmission shift lever is column-mounted. (The automatic transmission has been rebuilt with a 3,500-rpm torque-converter stall.) The stock Chrysler Solid State AM radio remains mounted. All interior surfaces retain virtually as-new in look and feel. The car's trunk is pristine with the correct plaid-pattern vinyl floor covering in place.

The muscle is located under the hood: The 440 Magnum, 375-horsepower, Six Pack V8. How'd it perform? Ftom the HorsepowerMemories site: “For the January 1967 issue of Super Stock Magazine, famed drag racer 'Wild Bill' Shrewsberry was asked to put the Coronet through its paces. Shrewsberry's car was outfitted with the 440 Magnum and TorqueFlite 3-speed transmission. Several drags were made with the car which resulted in the best time recorded at 14.35 seconds running 99 mph.”

The engine bay is spotlessly clean and orderly, and nicely showcases the professionally tuned big V8 with its “440 Magnum Six Pack”-labeled open-sided air-cleaner (with rubber gasket to source cold air through the hood scoop), finned “Mopar Performance” valve covers, and orange engine-block paint. All components (including the aluminum radiator), wiring, and coolant hoses are properly located. Viewed from below, the chassis is very clean. Only expected light surface rust is present on untreated metal surfaces, notably on some of the low-restriction, racing style dual-exhaust components (the exhaust exits ahead of the rear axle).

The car's original VIN plate remains factory-riveted in place.

While the more than 175 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available on the GarageKeptMotors website showcase this '69 Dodge Coronet Super Bee in detail from every angle, including from below, we expect and encourage in-person inspections at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. Please call to arrange an appointment in advance as our showroom is not open to the public. And feel free to get in touch anytime by phone or email if you have questions.

The Dodge Coronet Super Bee name is still legendary. Today, the badge is proudly displayed on the 2007-13 interpretations of the Charger. But the '69 Coronet Super Bee will always hold a special place in muscle-car history. Chances are, this exceptional red Super Bee will also hold a special place in the heart of its next fortunate owner.

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